Sheffield Wednesday dominate Leeds United and Sheffield United in our Team of the Week

A new campaign and our first Yorkshire Post Team of the Week XI for 2019-20. Some old favourites from last season appear in a eye-catching showing from the Steel City in our maiden offering.

The Yorkshire Post's Team of the Week
The Yorkshire Post's Team of the Week

Here's our line-up (right to left). Feel free to differ. A 4-2-3-1 formation, since you are asking.

Dean Henderson (Sheffield United) Made one blinding save to deny Philip Billing and enjoyed a sound top-flight debut.

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Stuart Dallas (Leeds United) Strong performance from the Northern Irishman, who never seems to let Leeds down.
Julian Borner (Sheffield Wednesday) Already has an air of permanence and produced a domineering derby-day performance.
Anthony O'Connor (Bradford City). Stood tall in the wind at Grimsby and dealt with the physical stuff well.
John Egan (Sheffield United) Reassuringly consistent and attentive and carried on from where he left off last season.
Kalvin Phillips (Leeds United). Oils United's wheels and strutted around the centre ground in front of the back four with authority. Typical Phillips.
Oli Norwood (Sheffield United) Sprayed the ball around nicely and produced some good set-pieces and took to the Premier League surroundings seamlessly.
Jacob Murphy (Sheffield Wednesday) A debut to savour, crowned by a second-minute opener. Has quickly ingratiated himself with Wednesdayites.
Jarrod Bowen (Hull City) A goal and an assist on home soil. Par for the course for Bowen. If he is disappointed at not securing a top-flight move this summer, he wasn't showing it..
Kadeem Harris (Sheffield Wednesday). His pace and directness troubled the flummoxed Reds and Wednesday fans will be salivating at the prospect of seeing him and Murphy in tandem all season.
Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday). A masterful display of central forward craft. Bossed the Reds backline at times and scored an instinctive goal. Fine player on his day.
Lee Bullen (Sheffield Wednesday). Two wins out of two and top of the league. Not bad for an interim manager.
And here's our selection.