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Tuesday 25th February 2020

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from The Terrace TV selects his SPFL Team of the Week, with Alloa Athletic midfielder Kevin Cawley the star man...

GK - Robbie Thomson (Raith Rovers)
Raith kept their lead at the top of Ladbrokes League 1 thanks, in large part, to a terrific late save from their goalkeeper to deny Clyde a point at Stark’s Park.

DF - Jamie McCart (St Johnstone)
St Johnstone may have conceded twice against Rangers but the centre-backs still deserve credit for their performance, particularly McCart. He helped keep Alfredo Morelos in check and wasn't at fault for either of Rangers' goals.

DF - Mark Connolly (Dundee United)
Connolly was a colossus on Friday night as Dundee United returned to winning ways, beating Inverness CT 2-1 in a first v second clash in the Ladbrokes Championship. The victory extended United's lead at the top to 21 points.

DF - Jordon Forster (Dundee)
The defender scored the only goal and put in a commanding performance as Dundee climbed to third in the Ladbrokes Championship with a 1-0 win at Queen of the South.

DF - Josh Kerr (Airdrieonians)
Ian Murray's men have only conceded once in their last five games and continued their impressive defensive record with a 2-0 win away at Peterhead. Kerr was the pick of the defence.

MC - Kevin Cawley (Alloa Athletic)
Cawley scored a superb goal and had a hand in two others as Alloa Athletic took a 2-1 lead, fell behind 4-2 before the break but came roaring back with two goals in the last five minutes to take a point at Greenock Morton. He is this week's star man.

MC - Callum McGregor (Celtic)
McGregor was superb as the deepest man in Celtic's midfield, making Neil Lennon's men tick as they battled back from a goal down to defeat 10-man Kilmarnock 3-1.

MC - Craig Sibbald (Livingston)
The former Falkirk midfielder was the pick of the bunch as Livingston went to Easter Road and eventually left with a deserved 1-1 draw after a spirited second-half showing.

FC - Florian Kamberi (Rangers)
He may only have played for 45 minutes, but you cannot underestimate the impact made by Florian Kamberi during Rangers' 2-2 draw with St Johnstone. The striker scored a superb equaliser before setting up Joe Aribo on a plate to grab the second.

FC - Billy Mckay (Ross County)
The forward netted twice as Ross County claimed the upset of the weekend in the Ladbrokes Premiership, coming from behind to defeat 10-man Aberdeen 2-1 at Pittodrie.

FC - Anton Dowds (East Fife)
Dowds led the line terrifically - and scored the opening goal - as East Fife bounced back to winning ways following the midweek defeat to Falkirk with a convincing 4-2 win over Stranraer.

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