With another round of EFL games in the bag, WhoScored.com take a look at the top performing players from the weekend's action. Accrington fans are sure to enjoy the rundown this week after their 4-1 win over Crewe...
5. Sean Raggett (Portsmouth) - 8.89 rating
On the back of a six-game winless run, Portsmouth have now earned back-to-back victories, following up their 2-1 win over Burton with a 4-0 thrashing of League One basement boys Doncaster. Centre-back Sean Raggett played a starring role in the win, earning a WhoScored.com rating of 8.89. Raggett bagged his third league goal of the season late on, netting with his only effort on goal, and worked hard defensively to ensure a clean sheet as he made two tackles and one first half clearance off the line to secure a spot in the side.
4. Alex Pattison (Harrogate) - 9.32 rating
Harrogate and Rochdale played out one of the games of the weekend in the EFL, sharing the spoils in an entertaining 3-3 draw at the Crown Oil Arena. Alex Pattison had a direct hand in all three Harrogate goals on Saturday, scoring a first half brace and then turning provider for Jack Diamond shortly after the restart. Those came from respective returns of three shots and three key passes with Pattison good value for his inclusion having earned a WhoScored.com rating of 9.32.
3. Marlon Fossey (Bolton) - 9.34 rating
Were it not for Marlon Fossey's impact in the final third, Bolton would have fallen to defeat at Oxford over the weekend. The 23-year-old had a direct hand in two of Bolton's three goals on Saturday, firing the Trotters level late in the first half and then providing the assist for Amadou Bakayoko late on to wrap up the three points. Nine aerial duels won, four interceptions, three clearances and two tackles saw the youngster return a WhoScored.com rating of 9.34.
2. Ross Sykes (Accrington) - 9.41 rating
Ross Sykes was excellent in Accrington's 4-1 win over Crewe and he would have had a clean sheet to go with his brace were it not for Daniel Agyei's late consolation for the Alex. Sykes hit the back of the net with two of three efforts on goal in the comfortable victory, and was dominant in the air, winning 10 aerial duels. Seven interceptions, two clearances and one tackle means the centre-back is a worthy inclusion in the EFL team of the week with a WhoScored.com rating of 9.41.
1. Sean McConville (Accrington) - 10.0 rating
With a perfect 10 rating, Sean McConville is the WhoScored.com EFL player of the week. McConville had a direct hand in all four goals in Accrington's 4-1 win over Crewe. The 32-year-old registered a hat-trick of assists to take his total for the season to 12 from four key passes at the Wham Stadium and then got on the scoresheet midway through the second half, finding a way past Dave Richards with one of three shots to help secure the accolade.