Team of the Week: A Bradford City takeover, as Leeds United and Hull City lead the line

TEAM of the week time in the Yorkshire Post and a healthy representation for Bradford City and Leeds United, along with Hull City.

Here's our latest selection

Here goes with our selection, in a 3-4-1-2 formation. Do you agree or disagree?

Marek Rodak (Rotherham United) The Millers' custodian was the best of a bad bunch in the first half for the hosts on Saturday and produced another composed and reliable showing - making some key saves against visiting Reading.

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Pontus Jansson (Leeds United). Stood tall and won the air miles on a cold, wet afternoon in Bolton and continued his imposing recent form.
Ethan Pinnock (Barnsley). Enjoying a resounding season and was back to his best against League One leaders Pompey.
Tommy Elphick (Hull City). Authoritative and domineering for the Tigers and underlined his immense value to the amber and black cause - not for the first time.
Paul Caddis (Bradford City). Fired home an emphatic opener in the Bantams' 4-0 routing of Walsall and produced a tenacious and assertive performance.
Pablo Hernandez (Leeds United). Showed some irresistible flashes of class against Bolton and was at the hub of operations for Leeds.
Herbie Kane (Doncaster Rovers). Different class for the umpteenth time this term and notched his sixth goal in eight games for Rovers, who are desperate to keep hold of him in the second half of the season.
Lewis O'Brien (Bradford City). Terrorised Walsall at times, with the loanee posting no end of problems on a red-letter day for Bradford.
Jack Payne (Bradford City). Another who had a beano in claret and amber on Saturday and was at his impish best against the sorry Saddlers.
Patrick Bamford (Leeds United). Proved the difference with a sweet goalscoring return for Leeds - netting his first league goal for the Whites with his first touch on his first game back from a knee injury.
Fraizer Campbell (Hull City). Bothered Brentford all game and netted a predatory first-half brace to take his season's tally to a solid eight.
David Hopkin (Bradford City) Taking the reins for the first time this season of our Yorkshire Select XI, and why not after a resounding win for the League One strugglers.