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 features the eleven top performing players from each division from the weekend's matches.

Second-placed Port Vale kept the pressure on league leaders Gillingham with a win against Torquay United, and two of their best performers have made it into the npower League 2 Team of the Week.

In the middle of the park is Ryan Burge, who impressed, while Doug Loft is at left-back. The Valiants' goal came from a Loft shot that deflected off team-mate Calvin Andrew.

Burton Albion and Northampton Town also kept up the pace at the top of the division with wins against Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle respectively, and they both have one player each in the team.

For Burton, it's Anthony O'Connor, who shone at right-back, while Northampton's representative is midfielder Ben Harding, who played a key role for the Cobblers in their success against the Pilgrims.

On the opposite flank to Harding is Oxford United's Liam Davis. The U's didn't get the win they would have liked in their match against York City - they drew 0-0 - but Davis put in a solid display.

It was a lively afternoon at Accrington Stanley's Crown Ground with Stanley drawing 2-2 with Cheltenham Town, and the two players who scored both goals for either side are included in the squad.

Striker James Beattie was Stanley's two-goal hero, and he takes his place up top, while centre-midfielder Marlon Pack grabbed the Robins' double, and he completes the midfield four.

Partnering Beattie in the forward positions is Aldershot Town's Danny Hylton. The striker bagged twice for the Shots as Andy Scott started his tenure as Aldershot manager with a 2-0 victory against Fleetwood Town.

At centre-back, Barnet's Bondz N'Gala partners Gillingham's Leon Legge. Both players helped their respective teams to a clean sheet as the Gills beat Chesterfield 1-0 and lowly Barnet picked up a respectable point in a 0-0 draw with Rochdale.

In goal, and rounding off the team, is the experienced Neil Sullivan, who kept AFC Wimbledon's first clean sheet in eight matches, in a 1-0 away triumph at Dagenham and Redbridge.


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