Each week the Official Football League website will bring you the Team of the Week. Produced by the Press Association, the Teams of the Week feature the eleven top performing players from each division from the weekend's matches.
Tom Pope maintained his red hot form in npower League 2 as he added two more goals to his season tally, taking it to 11, in a 2-0 win over Exeter City.
The front man, who takes his place up top alongside Bradford City's Nahki Wells in the Team of the Week, scored his first in the 40th minute before adding another in the 62nd minute, sealing the three points for the Valiants.
Wells also scored twice, for Bradford City, but it wasn't enough for the Bantams as they succumbed to a 4-3 defeat against Dagenham and Redbridge.
Unsurprisingly, the Daggers have two of their players in the Team. Defender Luke Wilkinson was on target, in the 51st minute, while midfielder Michael Spillane also found the net, and impressed throughout.
Alongside Spillane in the middle is Tom Pope's Port Vale team-mate Sam Morsy. The 21-year-old was pivotal for Micky Adams' men in their win. Port Vale stopper Chris Neal takes the spot between the sticks, as he became just the second goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet against Exeter this season.
Southend United's Kevan Hurst and Rashid Yussuff of AFC Wimbledon occupy the wide-midfield slots.
Hurst scored a late equaliser for Southend as they rescued a point at home to Barnet after being 2-0 down, while Yussuff scored a last-gasp winner for the Wombles as they secured three points on the road against Plymouth Argyle.
Bristol Rovers' Garry Kenneth is included at centre-back. The former Dundee United man found the net in the Rovers' 3-1 victory against Northampton Town, which was their first home win of the season.
Full-backs Sido Jombati and Joe Martin complete the XI. Jombati found the net for Cheltenham Town as they drew 2-2 with Fleetwood Town, while Martin impressed for Gillingham in their goalless draw at the Kassam Stadium against Oxford United.
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