Here’s the line-up, with Sheffield Wednesday leading the way with three representatives.
Goalkeeper: Pontus Dahlberg (Doncaster Rovers): Made a key save to deny Portsmouth’s Michael Jacobs at the Keepmoat Stadium and was the hero after saving a penalty from Shaun Williams to end Pompey’s 100 per cent record and secure a first point of the season for Rovers. Just gets the nod ahead of Bailey Peacock-Farrell, Lee Nicholls, Illan Meslier and Joe Lumley.
Defence: Dominic Iorfa (Sheffield Wednesday): A grand week for the fit-again and influential defender with a new contract following hot on the heels of a strong and resounding display amid the derby cauldron at Rotherham United.
Chey Dunkley (Sheffield Wednesday): Stood tall on derby day in his first league start of the season - in the absence of Sam Hutchinson - to help the parsimonious Owls register their fifth successive clean sheet in all competitions at the start of the campaign in a 2-0 victory at the Millers.
Levi Colwill (Huddersfield Town): Produced an excellent early challenge to deny the Blades and was on message in his defensive duties and was bestowed with the bouquets at the death after pouncing to score a dramatic stoppage-time winner. A young player who people will be hearing a fair bit about in years’ to come.
Midfield: Massimo Luongo (Sheffield Wednesday): Tenacious and aggressive and showed what he brings to the table for Wednesday in a commanding display at Rotherham.
Ethan Galbraith (Doncaster Rovers): His promise has represented a bright spark in a tough start to the season for Rovers and the Manchester United loanee was impressive against Pompey.
Romal Palmer (Barnsley): Continued his love affair at QPR - the place where he made his league debut for the Reds - with another eye-catching performance, which underlined his importance to the Barnsley cause. Dovetailed well with Josh Benson and Callum Styles.
Alex Pattison (Harrogate Town): The summer recruit showed just why Simon Weaver was so keen to bring him to North Yorkshire with a two-goal haul to see off Barrow as Town recorded their first league victory of the League Two campaign.
Forwards: Charles Vernam (Bradford City): Unplayable in the second half in front of a packed away end as City continued the early season feel-good factor with a memorable win at Mansfield. Found the net and provided an assist.
Andy Cook (Bradford City): Some things are just written in the stars. Followed up his historic midweek hat-trick against Stevenage with a late winner against his former club - and fully underline the fact that if he is provided with good opportunities, he will score a fair few goals at League Two level.
Raphinha (Leeds United): Continued his penchant for high-quality contributions against Everton by treating himself to a third successive goal in consecutive games against the Toffees.
And what a delicious strike it was, a technically perfect, clinical and unerring curled finish to earn Leeds their first point of the Premier League campaign.
Manager: Carlos Corberan (Huddersfield Town)