Find out who else makes the selection and give us your thoughts on whether you agree or disagree with our team and our 4-4-2 formation.
Adam Davies (Barnsley).
An alert performance and made a couple of excellent saves at a key juncture in the first half at Wimbledon. Enjoying a pretty fair season.
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Todd Kane (Hull City).
Ensured that a 70,000 a week winger in Yannick Bolaise got no change out of him whatsoever at Villa Park and continued his recent vibrant form.
Ethan Pinnock (Barnsley).
Enjoying a strong season and delivered another commanding performance against a physically strong Wimbledon side.
Jack O'Connell (Sheffield United).
An eye-catching performance full of defensive aptitude and authority at Swansea.
Morgan Fox (Sheffield Wednesday).
A target of the Owls boo boys a while back, the full-back has dusted himself down impressively and produced a very tidy performance against Wigan.
Mamadou Thiam (Barnsley).
Continued his fine recent form and scored a cracker for the Reds at the weekend. Quick, powerful and direct and with a penchant for the spectacular on occasions.
Kevin Stewart (Hull City).
At the hub of operations yet again for Hull and has been a dynamic presence in the club's play-off push.
Alex Mowatt (Barnsley).
Pulled the strings in the second half for Barnsley and is enjoying an excellent renaissance campaign. Picked just ahead of Huddersfield's Jonathan Hogg, who produced a typically industrious performance against Manchester City.
Kamil Grosicki (Hull City).
Some stellar contributions again at Villa and set up Evandro's goal in consummate fashion. In a good place. Gets the nod ahead of Rovers' Alfie May.
Tyler Smith (Doncaster Rovers).
Dream introduction to Rovers fans on his debut from the bench after signing on loan from neighbours Sheffield United. Two goals whet the appetite and he will not forget Saturday's events against Burton in a hurry.
Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday). An imposing performance by the Scot, who proved that he is as good a targetman as there is when he is fit and firing. Won most things in the air and led the way superbly and his fine display against Wigan was fittingly crowned by the match-winning goal.
Daniel Stendel (Barnsley).
Another impressive win for the promotion-chasing Reds, orchestrated by their German head coach.