Stuart Dallas, Callum Robinson and Kamil Grabara are three of those picked for this week's YP Team of the Week.

Team of the Week - Sheffield United, Leeds United, Barnsley and Hull City lead way in latest Yorkshire line-up

NO wins for any Yorkshire club in the Premier League or EFL at the weekend maybe, but the cupboard was far from bare in putting together our latest YP Team of the Week.

Here it is in all its glory in a 3-4-3 formation, with five representatives from last week's XI getting the nod again.

Followed his sound performance against Reading with another reliable showing against Luton, even if he was beaten twice, the Liverpool loanee making a number of key saves.

1. Goalkeeper: Kamil Grabara (Huddersfield Town)

Followed his sound performance against Reading with another reliable showing against Luton, even if he was beaten twice, the Liverpool loanee making a number of key saves.
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Brought in from the cold and produced a performance of authority and showed leadership in an injury-hit and youthful Barnsley rearguard to ensure the Reds took a valuable point at Wigan.

2. Defence: Dimitri Cavare (Barnsley)

Brought in from the cold and produced a performance of authority and showed leadership in an injury-hit and youthful Barnsley rearguard to ensure the Reds took a valuable point at Wigan.
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Produced another strong display to indicate his importance to the Whites' cause and made a key first-half intervention to deny a certain goal. Looks classy, composed and fully in control.

3. Ben White (Leeds United)

Produced another strong display to indicate his importance to the Whites' cause and made a key first-half intervention to deny a certain goal. Looks classy, composed and fully in control.
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Conceded a penalty, maybe - but other than that the Belgian-born stopper was faultless. In an imposing arena, De Wijs got his head on most things and made a number of key challenges at Millwall as Hull secured an important point.

4. Jordy De Wijs (Hull City)

Conceded a penalty, maybe - but other than that the Belgian-born stopper was faultless. In an imposing arena, De Wijs got his head on most things and made a number of key challenges at Millwall as Hull secured an important point.
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