Out in front with Sheffield United.

Leeds United, Sheffield United and Hull City fly the flag in Yorkshire's Team of the Week

A PLETHORA of candidates were in consideration for our latest Yorkshire Post Team of the Week with seven clubs represented.

Here are those who made the final cut. Please feel free to differ, as always. The formation is an attacking 3-4-3.

Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday)'Outstanding in the 2-1 loss at Blackburn Rovers and did not deserve to be on the losing side.

1. GOALKEEPER

Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday)'Outstanding in the 2-1 loss at Blackburn Rovers and did not deserve to be on the losing side.
Steve Ellis
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Jordy De Wijs (Hull City).'Proved a colossus at the back as Hull repelled plenty of pressure en route to a head-turning victory at Craven Cottage.

2. DEFENDER

Jordy De Wijs (Hull City).'Proved a colossus at the back as Hull repelled plenty of pressure en route to a head-turning victory at Craven Cottage.
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Ben Richards-Everton (Bradford City).'On a day when the Bantams' backline had to show their mettle against a lively Exeter side, Richards-Everton stood tall.

3. DEFENDER

Ben Richards-Everton (Bradford City).'On a day when the Bantams' backline had to show their mettle against a lively Exeter side, Richards-Everton stood tall.
Simon Hulme
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Chris Schindler (Huddersfield Town).'Unflappable and solid and played his part in full as the Terriers registered a fourth clean sheet in six matches in an excellent away-day win at Brentford.

4. DEFENDER

Chris Schindler (Huddersfield Town).'Unflappable and solid and played his part in full as the Terriers registered a fourth clean sheet in six matches in an excellent away-day win at Brentford.
Tony Johnson
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