Three of our players earned game time at the weekend, two of which were in action abroad.
Patrik Gunnarsson kept up his impressive form with an eighth clean sheet in 10 games for Silkeborg as they beat top of the table Viborg 2-0. The goals came in quick succession from Nicolai Vallys and then Joel Felix two minutes later. The side, who occupy second in the Danish First Division, will take on Fredericia on Sunday.
There was a start for Halil Dervişoğlu for Galatasaray as he played the first 78 minutes in their win over Antalyaspor. The game was won by Mostafa Mohamed in the 77th minute as he found the net to keep the side third in the Turkish Super Lig, six points behind Beşiktaş who are top.
Staying in Turkey, Julian Jeanvier wasn't involved in Kasımpaşa S.K's 3-2 defeat to Fenerbahçe due to injury.
In Poland, Joel Valencia was absent from Legia Warsaw's 1-0 win over Lechia Gdansk. Tomáš Pekhart scored the game’s only goal from the spot on 71 minutes as they close in on the title.
In England, there was disappointment for Swindon Town and Dom Thompson as their relegation from SkyBet League One was confirmed as they were beaten 5-0 by MK Dons away from home. Will Grigg scored four of the five, with Scott Fraser also scoring from the penalty spot in a game where Dom played the first hour.
Jaakko Oksanen was in the match day squad for AFC Wimbledon but he didn't feature in their 0-0 draw with Ipswich Town. The Dons had the chances to win it, including an oppotunity from the penalty spot but Joe Pigott saw his effort saved by David Cornell. A win over Rochdale on Tuesday night will seal their place in the division for next season.
As for Doncaster Rovers, Ellery Balcombe wasn't involved as they were beaten 1-0 by Fleetwood Town. Barrie McKay scored the game's only goal on 51 minutes to give Rovers their ninth defeat in 12 games. They are 13th in the table and travel to Peterborough United on Tuesday.
Finally, in SkyBet League Two Arthur Read missed Stevenage's trip to Cambridge United which halted their automatic promotion as Luke Norris' header earned them all three points at The Abbey Stadium. Stevenage are 15th in the table.