Team of the Week: Who made the XI in a weekend of just one win for our teams?

In wasn't the brightest of weekends for the teams on The Star's patch with only Doncaster Rovers managing to register a victory.

By The Newsroom
Sunday, 26th November 2017, 4:17 pm
Updated Sunday, 26th November 2017, 4:23 pm
The Star's Team of the Week
The Star's Team of the Week

Here, The Star's football writers pick our the main men and put together our team of the week from Saturday November 25. We're sticking with tradition and going 4-4-2...


Ian Lawlor - Doncaster Rovers

A key figure in Rovers’ win against MK Dons with a series of fine saves when his side were 1-0 down


Niall Mason - Doncaster Rovers

A solid if unspectacular display from Mason who grew into the win for Rovers and was tidy in possession

Jake Wright - Sheffield United

Another impeccable performance from a player who continues to prove those doubters wrong

Joost Van Aken - Sheffield Wednesday

Thrown in after an injury to Tom Lees, the Owls defender was a dependable performer in their 0-0 draw at Reading

Jerome Binnom-Williams - Chesterfield

Excellent at left-back both from a defensive point of view and providing an attacking threat on the flank


Joe Rowley - Chesterfield

Wreaked havoc on the right and scored a great goal in the Spireites' draw with rivals Mansfield

John Lundstram - Sheffield United

Showing a lot of character under-pressure in stepping in for the hugely popular Paul Coutts

Barry Bannan - Sheffield Wednesday

One of the only Owls players who looked like providing the spark they needed to break down Reading

Andy Kellett - Chesterfield

Excellent on the flank and popped up with a fine headed goal to put the Spireites 2-1 up at their rivals.


David Ball - Rotherham United

The goalscorer and shining light in an otherwise forgettable day for the Millers against Wigan

Leon Clarke - Sheffield United

Another who keeps silencing the critics, Clarke earned a draw with his ninth goal in his last four games, against Birmingham City