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Loan Round-Up: Key fixtures on the horizon for our loan players

The latest details on our loan players

6 May 2022

There is still lots to play for over the coming weeks for our players who are currently out on loan and they will be looking for more minutes over the course of the weekend.

Starting abroad over in Australia, Lachlan Brook’s Adelaide United have already secured themselves a place in the upcoming A-League Mens finals. They will round off their regular season on Sunday when they welcome Western United FC.

Looking to Denmark, Mads Bidstrup’s FC Nordsjælland will be looking to continue their positive run of form when they welcome OB to the Right to Dream Park in the Danish Superliga. In the same country, but in the Danish First Division, Luka Racic’s HB Køge host Esbjerg on Saturday and they go into the game following three successive draws.

In Turkey, Galatasaray will be aiming to bounce back from defeat to Sivasspor last time out when they take on İstanbul Başakşehir in the Turkish Süper Lig. Halil Dervişoğlu will be aiming for more minutes for the Turkish giants. The side are in 13th place on 47 points and take on a side who are looking to confirm a place in next season's Conference League Qualifiers.

As for Joel Valencia’s AD Alcorcón side in Spain, they head to Real Zaragoza on Sunday and they still sit bottom of the Segunda División and in serious threat for relegation. They go into the match having won just once in their last five league games.

Turning attentions to England, the Sky Bet Championship season comes to a close this weekend and Charlie Goode’s Sheffield United have a place in the Play-Offs currently within their grasp. They are fifth on 72 points and face recently crowned league winners Fulham at home on Saturday. The likes of Middlesbrough and Millwall are just outside the Play-Off places and will be looking to make the most of any slip up.

Marcus Forss’ Hull City are 18th in the league table and they host third place Nottingham Forest. As for Ellery Balcombe and his Bromley side, they are 11th in the league table and were last in action on Monday when they lost 3-0 at Solihull Moors. Ellery didn’t feature in that fixture but the side now look to their match with Dover on Saturday. Bromley have four games remaining this season- including their FA Trophy Final with Wrexham on 22 May.

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