Pablo Hernandez, Alex Mowatt and James Coppinger
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Beaten twice against Coventry, but without him, Barnsley would have suffered a first home defeat in just over a year and first in 20 matches. Made several vital saves. Unquenchable, barnstorming performance going forward and scored a rare goal into the bargain against Millwall. Helped the Tigers record a welcome clean sheet on the road at Ipswich and was solid and strong in his defensive duties throughout. Continued his impressive start to life with Wednesday with another assuring performance to help the back four register a shut-out at Stoke. Form is temporary, but class is permanent. Another impish performance from the veteran. When he shines, Rovers invariably do. One of the few Bantams players able to hold their head up high this season and delivered another good performance in the engine room at Charlton, albeit in a losing cause. Class act for the Reds this term and they are likely to rely on him throughout the run-in. Strong display against Coventry, crowned by a goal. At his majestic best to drag Leeds over the line against Millwall in arguably the most memorable performance of his time at Elland Road. Irrepressible. Scored a goal and won a penalty and produced a dazzling, bewitching performance which caused Walsall plenty of problems. Linked up play superbly and impressed and caused problems to the Millwall rearguard. Has definitely got something. Took his season's tally to seven goals with a double at Ipswich. The hosts struggled to contain him at times. Manager: Grant McCann (Doncaster Rovers).