After the conclusion of the weekend's Sky Bet Football League matches, we've picked out a squad of the best performers from the divisions to make the Team of the Week.
Here's our best XI and a manager from the week's Sky Bet Football League matches:
Goalkeeper: Matt Gilks (Blackpool)
Relegation-threatened Blackpool were 2-0 winners at Wigan Athletic and the springboard for that result was a first-half penalty save from Matt Gilks.
Defender: Alex Wynter (Colchester United)
The on-loan Wynter netted a powerful header for Colchester United in their vital 4-1 victory against already-promoted Brentford.
Defender: Scott Malone (Millwall)
Millwall looked on their way to a narrow defeat at Queens Park Rangers on Saturday before Scott Malone popped up to net an injury-time equaliser.
Defender: Alan Sheehan (Notts County)
Notts County needed a good result on Saturday to boost their survival hopes in Sky Bet League 1 and Alan Sheehan's early goal set them on their way to a valuable three points against Swindon Town.
Defender: Craig Woodman (Exeter City)
Defender Woodman rifled in an exquisite free-kick for his first ever Exeter goal - and his first for three and a half years - in the Grecians' impressive 2-0 triumph against Sky Bet League 1-bound Scunthorpe United.
Midfielder: Jeff Hendrick (Derby County)
Derby County will head into the Play-Offs with momentum and that's largely thanks to Jeff Hendrick, who scored twice on Saturday in the Rams' 4-2 home victory against Watford.
Midfielder: Jay O'Shea (Chesterfield)
Jay O'Shea netted a second-half brace for Chesterfield away at Burton Albion and that sealed the Spireites passage into Sky Bet League 1.
Midfielder: Lloyd Dyer (Leicester City)
Lloyd Dyer was another midfielder who played a significant role this week with the 31-year-old scoring the all-important goal at Bolton Wanderers that secured the Sky Bet Championship title for the Foxes on Tuesday.
Midfielder: Lloyd Isgrove (Peterborough United)
Isgrove, on loan at Peterborough from Southampton, scored his first senior goal on Saturday in Posh's 4-2 win at Shrewsbury Town, also grabbing an assist.
Striker: Ivan Toney (Northampton Town)
Sky Bet League 2 strugglers Northampton moved out of the relegation zone after a 3-0 victory at Dagenham and Redbridge and homegrown youngster Toney, making his first start for the club, was at the double.
Striker: Hallam Hope (Bury)
There was an eight-goal thriller at Gigg Lane between Bury and Portsmouth on Saturday and three of the Shakers' goals were scored by Everton loanee Hallam Hope.
Manager: Keith Hill (Rochdale)
Hill became the first manager to win promotion twice with Rochdale as his side overcame Cheltenham Town 2-0 at home to return to Sky Bet League 1 after a two-year absence.
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