There’s a full round of fixtures this weekend which could see a number of our loan players in action for their sides.
In Sky Bet League One the likes of Shrewsbury Town, Northampton Town and AFC Wimbledon all have games this weekend. Jan Žambůrek, who missed the midweek draw with Accrington Stanley last night, could be involved when Town host Charlton Athletic on Saturday.
Luka Racic missed Northampton's 1-0 win over Fleetwood this week. The side are 16th in the league table and will be looking for another win when they host Doncaster Rovers on Saturday.
Jaakko Oksanen was absent through injury from AFC Wimbledon's first win since returning to Plough Lane in midweek as they beat Peterborough United 2-1 with goals from Ryan Longman and Joe Pigott. The Dons are 11th in the table and host Bristol Rovers this weekend.
In Sky Bet League Two Arthur Read was an unused substitute for the trip to Walsall on Wednesday evening. Aramide Oteh found the net for the away side before they were denied all three points in stoppage time when Josh Gordon fired home. Arthur will be pushing for more game time when the side host Southend United this weekend.
Said Benrahma's West Ham United are fifth in the Premier League after their win over Aston Villa on Monday night, and they will now welcome Manchester United in the 5:30pm kick-off on Saturday.
On foreign soils Patrik Gunnarsson's Viborg FF return to action looking to maintain their strong form at the top of the Danish First Division. They travel to Fremad Amager still top of the league with 33 points.
Joel Valencia's Legia Warsaw will welcome Lechia Gdansk as they look to continue their push at the top of the table in Poland. They are currently second on 23 points and Joel will be pushing for more game time.
Halil Dervişoğlu and his FC Twente teammates face a tough to trip to take on Ajax this weekend. Halil and his side are fifth in the Eredivisie, nine points off the Dutch giants who are top.
Julian Jeanvier looks set to miss Kasımpaşa S.K's action when they trave to Besiktas in Turkey due to injury,