Team of the Week - Leeds United lead way for White Rose XI with Hull and Barnsley

IT IS Team of the Week time once again and it has been a positive few days for the likes of Barnsley and Hull City - but in particular Leeds United.


Here is our latest line-up in a 4-1-4-1 formation, with Sheffield Wednesday, Doncaster Rovers, Rotherham United and Huddersfield Town also represented. Have a scroll through our gallery ...

Made a couple of key saves at Brighton and after an outstanding performance at Newcastle, this was a decent follow-up.

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Domineering performance by the seaside at Southend. Power and purpose going forward and strong in the defensive realm, especially after Jacob Brown went off.
Prominent on an evening for defenders in Monday's 131st Steel City derby. Underlined his growing importance to the Owls' cause.
Stayed strong and displayed all his experience when the pressure was on in a testing encounter against Charlton.
An absolute hive of energy down the left flank and swarmed forward at every juncture, with his intensity being a joy to behold.
Displayed his growing penchant for finding the net with two goals in the Millers' priceless victory over Blackburn. Physically imposing, athletic and with a growing eye for goal.
Closing in on the 20-goal mark following a double as he continues to enjoy himself immensely at the KCOM. Predatory early finish and a coolly-taken penalty which he had earned.
Continued his impressive form for the promotion-chasing Reds with another performance of stature at Southend, crowned by a goal.
A lively performance against Birmingham and posed Blues problems. Went close to a goal on three occasions.
Typically classy contribution and set the tone for a magical night for Leeds with a quite brilliant opener against West Brom.
Showed some beautiful touches and deftly set up two goals for Patrick Bamford. His movement was sublime as he tormented his former club.
Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United)