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Tuesday 1st February 2022

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from A View From the Terrace names his SPFL Team of the Week, with Livingston midfielder Stephane Omeonga the star man...

GK - Liam Campbell (East Fife)
What a day for the 17-year-old this past weekend. On his second appearance, Campbell saved a penalty in the 0-0 draw at home to Peterhead in cinch League 1; the club's first clean sheet since early September.

DEF - Sam Denham (Cowdenbeath)
The on-loan St Johnstone centre-back, shifted to the right due to a lack of options, impressed again for the SPFL's last-placed team as they managed to dig out a huge victory away to Albion Rovers. The 1-0 win means the Blue Brazil are now just six points behind the Coatbridge club.

DEF - Aidan Quinn (Montrose)
Quinn was a rock in the heart of the defence as Montrose overcame a first-half setback to defeat Falkirk 2-1 at Links Park, bringing them back to within one point of second-placed Airdrieonians.

DEF - Coll Donaldson (Dunfermline Athletic)
The former Dundee United defender seems to be forging a productive partnership with Lewis Martin as Dunfermline made it three matches unbeaten in the cinch Championship with a 2-0 triumph at Queen of the South.

DEF - Mark Docherty (Clyde)
The full-back earned plaudits on the left side of the back four as Clyde defeated Alloa Athletic 2-1 at Broadwood to move into fifth place in League 1, just a point outside the play-offs. 

MID - Amad Diallo (Rangers)
Rangers fans may have seen their team slip up at the weekend but they were still purring about seeing the Manchester United loanee in a light blue shirt. Diallo scored one goal and played a key role in another as Rangers drew 3-3 at Ross County.

MID - Stephane Omeonga (Livingston)
This week's star man comes from the match at Easter Road as Livingston twice erased a deficit to eventually win 3-2. Omeonga was incredible against his former club, whether it involved breaking up play, driving his team forward or being the attacking architect in the centre of the park.

MID - Rory McKenzie (Kilmarnock)
The club stalwart is in excellent form for Derek McInnes' men and produced yet again as Kilmarnock got themselves a huge three points against fellow title contenders Inverness CT thanks to Kyle Lafferty's early goal.

MID - Regan Charles-Cook (Ross County)
Another stand-out from the County-Rangers clash was the man now in sole possession of the cinch Premiership's top goalscorer honour. Charles-Cook is enjoying a superb campaign and netted his 10th goal of the season during the 3-3 draw.

FWD - Liel Abada (Celtic)
Celtic left it very late but were able to take full advantage of Rangers dropping points with a 1-0 win over Dundee United. Abada got the winner and was a fitting hero for his dominant display across the 90 minutes.

FWD - Ellis Simms (Heart of Midlothian)
A thoroughly imposing full debut from the January signing from Everton helped Hearts defeat Motherwell 2-0 and move 10 points clear of the chasing pack in third place. He was at the heart of his side's most threatening attacks and managed to get his first goal for his new club.