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Tuesday 13th November 2018

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler selects his SPFL Team of the Week, with Eros Grezda of Rangers the star man after his two goals against Motherwell

GK - Mark Ridgers (Inverness CT)
Inverness CT jumped into the final play-off spot after defeating Partick Thistle in Glasgow. The visitors won 1-0 and Ridgers again impressed between the sticks, saving a penalty from Blair Spittal to help end ICT’s run of seven straight draws.

DR - Scott Taggart (Alloa Athletic)
Alloa moved above Partick Thistle in the Ladbrokes Championship table after defeating Morton 2-0 at Cappielow thanks to a pair of penalties. The Wasps’ defence remained resolute throughout, with Taggart in particular standing out.

DC - Daryll Meggatt (East Fife)
East Fife ended 30 years of hurt by beating local rivals Raith Rovers with a last-gasp victory in Methil. The key performer was Meggatt, who excelled in the heart of defence in the 2-1 triumph.

DC - William Edjenguele (Dundee United)
The French defender put in a vintage performance at the weekend, helping his side to a vital 1-0 victory away to promotion rivals Ross County.

DL - Greg Taylor (Kilmarnock)
The left-back excelled at Tynecastle as Killie went to the home of the Premiership leaders (who were knocked off the summit by Celtic on Sunday) without several of their first-team stars and came away with a 1-0 win.

MR - Eros Grezda (Rangers)
After a slow start to his Ibrox career, the summer signing from Osijek shone on Sunday, scoring twice – his first goals for the club – as Rangers thumped 10-man Motherwell 7-1 to move to within two points of Celtic and Hearts.

MC - Paul Paton (Falkirk)
The former Dundee United player put in a man-of-the-match worthy performance in the victory against their greatest rivals. The 1-0 win at Dunfermline was a huge boost to Ray McKinnon's men, who now sit just two points behind Partick Thistle at the bottom of the Ladbrokes Championship.

MC - Keaghan Jacobs (Livingston)
Everywhere Celtic turned on Sunday afternoon they found a yellow shirt blocking their path. Jacobs was immense and seemed to cover every blade of (artificial) grass in the 0-0 draw with the reigning champions, as he threw himself into challenges.

ML - Matty Kennedy (St Johnstone)
It's now five wins on the bounce for St Johnstone after they hammered Hamilton 4-0 at McDiarmid Park. Starting as the second striker supporting Tony Watt, Kennedy excelled in his new position, getting on the scoresheet and generally giving the visiting defence a torrid time.

FC - Andy Jackson (Brechin City)
Brechin got themselves a big victory over rivals Forfar in Barry Smith’s first game in charge, winning 4-0 at Glebe Park and moving to within two points of the play-offs. In a match with many home heroes, we've gone for Andy Jackson and his first-half double.

FC - Blair Henderson (Edinburgh City)
Henderson halted a run of three games without a goal by grabbing two in Edinburgh City's 2-1 away win at Albion Rovers to take his tally to 17 for the season. This result was enough to move James McDonaugh's men back to the top of the Ladbrokes League 2 table.