Sheffield United dominate; Leeds United control midfield; Barnsley playmaker is back; Sheffield Wednesday and Doncaster Rovers represented - Team of the Week

SOMEWHAT unsurprisingly, Sheffield United lead the way with four representatives in our latest Yorkshire Post Team of the Week following their superlative result against Arsenal.

Sheffield United players dominate our Team of the Week.

Here's our latest line-up in a 4-2-3-1 formation.

Brad Collins (Barnsley). Outstanding performance to thwart Swansea on several occasions at the weekend and had a fine afternoon's work.

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Chris Basham (Sheffield United). Intercepted, headed, tackled and covered. An immaculate performance from one of the Blades' big unsung heroes.
John Egan (Sheffield United). Another dominant performance from the Irishman, who is proving one of the form defenders in the top-flight. Part of a backline who have conceded the fewest goals in open play of any Premier League side this term. Bravo.
Dominic Iorfa (Sheffield Wednesday). Turned in another mighty performance in Cardiff and is a player with confidence coursing through his veins.
Gjanni Alioski (Leeds United). Looked as likely as anyone for Leeds on Saturday and his drive, energy and enthusiasm is positively infectious. Should have scored a second-half goal, mind.
Kenny Dougall (Barnsley). Showed just what Barnsley have missed in his lengthy absence with a mature performance patrolling in front of the defence and screened a youthful Reds rearguard well.
Kalvin Phillips (Leeds United). Fittingly took centre stage at the end of his hometown club's centenary celebrations with the match-winning contribution. A class act on and off the pitch.
Ben Whiteman (Doncaster Rovers). Produced a thoroughly commanding performance for Rovers and set a captain's example. Set up the hosts' second goal and helped control the game.
Oli Norwood (Sheffield United). Pinged the ball around the park with artistry, with his range of passing proving exquisite. Has taken to the top-flight surroundings like a duck to water.
Jon Taylor (Doncaster Rovers). Produced his best performance in a Rovers jersey in a display full of threat, energy and persistence - and helped himself to his first league goal for the club.
Lys Mousset (Sheffield United). Picked an opportune moment to record his first goal at Bramall Lane to wholly justify Chris Wilder's decision to start with him. Gave absolutely everything and afforded Arsenal's backline no let-up.
Chris Wilder (Sheffield United). His side sit in the top half of the Premier League after a blue riband win over Arsenal.
Our selection in a 4-2-3-1 formation