Team of the Week

Championship Team of the Week: Big wins for Norwich, Watford, and Bournemouth

The top of the second tier is getting squeezed at the moment with various teams separated by only a couple of points

 
11:41am on Monday 9th November 2020
By
Martin Macdonald

Round 11 of the Championship saw Norwich, Watford, and Bournemouth gain ground on Reading at the top of the table after the Royals were surprisingly defeated at home by Stoke.

In terms of players this round, Lyle Taylor (2.0) leads the Team of the Week after his two-goal haul for Nottingham Forest against Wycombe.

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Joining him in the three-man forward line is Adam Armstrong (8.6), who scored two as Blackburn beat QPR 3-1, and Conor Chaplin (8.6), who scored one and set up another for Barnsley versus Derby.

David Brooks (8.6) impressed for Bournemouth away at Birmingham with two goals, with Ryan Ledson (8.0) and Carel Eiting (7.8) making up the midfield.

The second best performer of the entire Championship weekend was actually a goalkeeper, with Millwall's Bartosz Bialkowski (8.9) making a magnificent seven saves between the sticks as they drew 0-0 away at Sheffield Wednesday.

In front of him in our 4-3-3 formation is Harry Toffolo (7.3), Dominic Iorfa (7.7), Grant Hanley (8.3), and Cyrus Christie (7.7).

Championship Team of the Week
Round 11
8.9
72
7.3
72
7.7
66
8.2
75
7.7
69
7.8
63
8.0
63
8.6
68
8.6
62
8.6
74
9.0
64

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