GK - David Hutton (Airdrieonians)
We’ve plumped for Hutton, who helped his side record a 0-0 draw against Falkirk with a couple of strong saves, including one to deny Aidan Connolly in a one-on-one situation.
DR - Shaun Rooney (Inverness CT)
The right-back was in superb form as Inverness thumped Morton 5-0 on Friday night, which is why he gets the nod at the expense of team-mate James Keatings, who netted twice and set up another goal in the comprehensive victory.
DC – Calum Butcher (Dundee United)
The versatile defensive player stood out at both centre midfield and centre-back as Dundee United hammered rivals Dundee 6-2 at Tannadice, thanks in part to his two goals in the famous victory.
DC - Peter Hartley (Motherwell)
Motherwell picked up their second victory in successive league matches with a 3-0 thumping of Hibs at Fir Park. Hartley was the stand-out performer at the heart of the defence.
DC - Dario Del Fabro (Kilmarnock)
The Juventus defender came right into the starting XI for Killie's trip to St Johnstone and caught the eye with a man-of-the-match performance as the visitors left with a clean sheet and all three points thanks to Stephen O'Donnell's goal.
DL - Greg Leigh (Aberdeen)
Leigh put in another solid defensive shift and managed a goal as Aberdeen easily defeated Ross County 3-0 at Pittodrie on Saturday.
MC - Mark Kerr (Ayr United)
Kerr didn't start against Partick Thistle but seeing as he played 82 minutes we believe that's more than enough to get consideration for this side. After coming on for the injured Andy Murdoch, the veteran was excellent in the midfield as Ayr came from 2-1 down to defeat their nine-man hosts.
MC - Kyle Hutton (Dumbarton)
Another excellent midfield showing from an experienced campaigner, this time it came at Montrose where Dumbarton were able to continue their revival with a 2-1 win. Though Isaac Layne got the goals, Hutton was truly outstanding in the centre of the park.
MC - Jamie Masson (Cove Rangers)
Three assists for the Cove Rangers man was more than enough to get him a place in this team as the newly-promoted side extended their lead at the top of the Ladbrokes League 2 table to three points. He is this week's star man.
FC - Odsonne Edouard (Celtic)
A cool finish, an accomplished performance and a big hand in three points for the reigning Ladbrokes Premiership champions away to their arch rivals; it was a successful Sunday for Odsonne Edouard.
FC - George Oakley (Hamilton Accies)
Accies twice fought back from a goal down to earn a point at Tynecastle thanks to Oakley, who netted both replies for Brian Rice's side in the 2-2 draw.