Leeds United have three players in this week`s championship team of the week for their performance against Millwall.
Defender Tom Lees and midfielders Danny Pugh and Robert Snodgrass have all been included.
Lees helped the defence keep their second clean sheet in a row as Leeds beat Millwall 2-0.
Pugh switched from left back to left midfield and finished the game in the centre of midfield on Saturday to show his versatility.
Snodgrass claimed all the headlines with both goals in the game in the space of three minutes.
His first was a superbly struck free kick from the edge of the area and his second a brave diving header.
Also in the side is former Leeds United goalkeeper Caper Ankergren who kept a clean sheet for Brighton in their 1-0 home win over Nottingham Forest.
The team was dominated by Yorkshire players with Leeds, Barnsley, Doncaster Rovers and Hull City making up seven of the eleven players picked.
The team of the week is chosen by the Press Association for the top eleven performing players for their positions in the weekend`s games.
Casper Ankergren – Brighton
Kevin McNaughton – Cardiff City
Gordon Greer – Brighton
Tom Lees – Leeds
Danny Pugh – Leeds
Robert Snodgrass – Leeds
Chris McCann – Burnley
Jacob Butterfield – Barnsley
Robert Koren – Hull City
Billy Sharp – Doncaster Rovers
Craig Davies – Barnsley
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