Team of the week
Bartosz Bialkowski - Notts County
The former Southampton man helped to ensure that Notts County held on for a point in Saturday's 0-0 draw at Yeovil. The Polish keeper thwarted Ed Upson and Gavin Williams before stopping Dan Bunn's header to earn his third straight League One clean sheet as County extended their unbeaten away run to 21 games.
Neill Collins - Sheffield United
Sheffield United defender Collins sealed an important win for the Blades when he added the third in Saturday's 3-1 win at Carlisle, turning in Michael Doyle's strike. Danny Wilson's side had dropped off the pace in recent weeks after a flying start to the season but this result leaves them in third place just one point off leaders Tranmere.
Jean-Yves Mvoto - Oldham Athletic
The French defender gave Oldham the lead when he headed home Lee Croft's first half corner. The former Sunderland man then kept things tight at the back, looking solid throughout, and Oldham went on to record their fourth win in their last five games.
Mark Roberts - Stevenage
Stevenage captain Roberts helped his side return to winning ways and climb back into the play-offs with a commanding defensive performance in Saturday's 2-0 win at Hartlepool. The result saw Stevenage move up to fifth place, just three points off the top.
David McGoldrick - Coventry City
League One's top scorer McGoldrick took his tally for the season up to 13 goals when he bagged a double in Coventry's impressive 5-1 win over Walsall on Saturday. Both of his goals came within the space of three minutes and the on-loan Nottingham Forest striker helped Mark Robins' side to continue their climb up the table. Due to the number of in-form strikers this week, he will be operated on the wing.
Carl Baker - Coventry City
Winger Carl Baker scored a brace in Coventry's emphatic 5-1 home win over Walsall. He pulled the game level with a 29th minute equaliser and he added the gloss to the result with a late strike from outside of the box.
Bradden Inman - Crewe
Crewe's Inman, on-loan from Newcastle United, set up the opening goal and added the second in Saturday's 3-1 win over Preston at Deepdale. Crewe are now three games unbeaten and Inman caught the eye in midfield, scoring his first goal since joining on loan last month.
Wes Fogden - AFC Bournemouth
Bournemouth midfielder Fogden scored a bizarre goal which proved to be the winner in Saturday's 2-1 victory at Scunthorpe. Fogden had a stroke of luck when Scunthorpe goalkeeper Wes Mildenhall's clearance deflected off him and into the net, although he does deserve some credit as he was a constant thorn in the Iron's side as Bournemouth extended their unbeaten run to 12 games.
Ryan Flynn - Sheffield United
Flynn opened the scoring for Sheffield United and he caused Carlisle problems down the wing throughout, something which manager Danny Wilson praised him for in his post-match interview. He now has three goals to his name for the season as the Blades continue their promotion push.
Clayton Donaldson - Brentford
Another striker at the double this weekend was Brentford's Clayton Donaldson, whose late winner earned the home side a 3-2 win over MK Dons, condemning them to their first league defeat in six goals. His first came just before the break after Harry Forrester had set him up before he bundled in an 89th minute winner to the delight of the Griffin Park crowd.
Nick Blackman - Sheffield United
Young Sheffield United striker Blackman was on the score sheet and set up a goal in the Blades' 3-1 win at Carlisle. He crossed for Ryan Flynn to open the scoring before doubling the lead with a 34th minute strike, his 10th goal in all competitions this season since joining from Blackburn in the summer.