L2 Team of the Week
See who made Sky Sports' Team of the Week after a busy weekend in League Two.
Last Updated: 30/10/12 4:18pm
Team of the week
Scott Davies - Fleetwood Town
The Fleetwood keeper pushed Ashley Grimes' penalty early in the second half onto the post, and with Town reduced to 10 men later on it proved to be a crucial moment as Micky Mellon's men hung on for a point.
Keith Lowe - Cheltenham Town
Recalled to the side for the visit of Exeter City on Saturday, the right-back scored twice to help the Robins into the automatic promotion places.
Johnny Mullins - Oxford United
The centre-half's goal just after the hour helped put the seal on a fine derby win away to Wycombe to head the Us in the opposite direction in the table.
Clarke Carlisle - York City
Carlisle may have been in the media spotlight for his opinions on the current debate over racism in football, but it has not put him off his day job. The chairman of the PFA was a pivotal figure as York City secured the second of two consecutive clean sheets, with a goalless draw at Southend following the 1-0 win at Accrington.
Joe Widdowson - Northampton Town
The left-back was in fine form as the Cobblers bounced back from a defeat to Bradford by making amends when high-flying Port Vale were seen off at Sixfields.
Edgar Davids - Barnet
The surprise arrival of the former Ajax, Juve, AC Milan, Tottenham and Inter star at Underhill seems to be doing the trick as the Bees closed the gap with the rest of the table with their first away win of the season at Chesterfield. Davids was booked for the third game in a row but his influence is undeniable.
Mark Byrne - Barnet
Byrne held his nerve to coolly slot home a late penalty to secure Barnet's first win on the road this season.
Romain Vincelot - Gillingham
The French midfielder made an immediate impact after moving to the Gills from Brighton on loan. He scored the only goal of the game away to AFC Wimbledon as Gillingham stayed at the top of the table.
Jacques Maghoma - Burton Albion
The Congolese midfielder did not add to his tally of five goals this season, but was an influential figure in their win over Bradford City.
Calvin Zola - Burton Albion
Maghoma's fellow countryman pounced late on to notch his sixth goal of the campaign to give Albion a fine win over Bradford City.
Tom Craddock - Oxford United
While he could not match his four-goal haul of a week earlier, Craddock still found the net as Oxford put Wycombe to the sword at Adams Park, firing in a superb effort that left the home keeper clutching at thin air.