Which Leeds United, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Hull City and Huddersfield Town players make our Team of the Week?

SEVEN clubs are represented in our latest Yorkshire Post Team of the Week, with Leeds United, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday leading the way.

Here's our latest Team of the Week

There were wins for the Blades, Owls, Hull and Leeds.

But some teams who suffered in a losing cause are also represented.

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Here's our line-up, in a 4-3-3 formation.

Kiko Casilla (Leeds United). Made a couple of big saves at important junctures as Leeds came away with the bragging rights at the John Smith's Stadium.
Djed Spence (Middlesbrough). Former Fulham player enjoyed an outstanding league debut against Charlton, with his pace and composure catching the eye. It's his shirt to lose now, says Jonathan Woodgate.
Luke Ayling (Leeds United) Solid defensive performance amid the derby cauldron and again showed his wonderful consistency.
Dominic Iorfa (Sheffield Wednesday) Enjoying himself immensely in the blue and white stripes of Wednesday and produced another imposing weekend performance.
Gjanni Alioski (Leeds United). Scored a scorching strike to break the derby deadlock and was diligent in his defensive duties, while linking up well with Jack Harrison.
Jake Reeves (Bradford City). Back on the park and is making up for lost time. Showed authority and calmness in City's victory over Newport.
John Fleck (Sheffield United) One of a number of Blades players to step in up in the second-half at Norwich and the Scot was at his tenacious and probing best.
Oliver Norwood (Sheffield United). Sprayed the ball around with aplomb at Carrow Road and showed just what he brings to the table for Chris Wilder's side.
Jarrod Bowen (Hull City). Scored his 32nd and 33rd goals since last December and his importance to the Tigers' cause is simply incalculable. Outstanding.
Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday). Now into double figures for the season and en route to his best ever goals tally in England. A leader and an attacking talisman for the Owls.
Josh Koroma (Huddersfield Town). Made the most of his surprise opportunity and posed problems for Leeds. One cross should have led to a certain goal for Elias Kachunga in a big derby moment on Saturday.
Chris Wilder (Sheffield United). Another big win for Sheffield United at the end of a busy week.
Our final selection.