It was a busy weekend of action for Albion’s loanee with some in League action, while some were part of shock exits in the cup and below is how they got on:

Leo Ostigard (Coventry):

The defender celebrated his 21st Birthday in style on Saturday. He returned to the starting 11 and played the full 90 minutes as they drew 1-1 away at leaders Norwich.

Coventry are back in action tonight when they travel to the side at the foot of the Championship, Derby.

Matt Clarke (Derby):

Clarke played the full 90 minutes for Derby as they drew 1-1 at home to Wycombe.

Player/manager Wayne Rooney took charge of the Rams from the sidelines for the first time in the draw.

Derby could climb off the bottom of the table tonight as they host Coventry.

Viktor Gyokeres (Swansea):

The Swedish forward returned to Swansea’s squad, having missed their two games after self-isolating, due to testing positive for Coronavirus.

He was an unused substitute in their 1-0 win away at Nottingham Forest and the result took them within two points of leaders Norwich.

The Swans could go move to the table of the table tomorrow night if they beat Middlesbrough and other results go their way.

Glenn Murray (Watford):

Murray was not in the Watford squad which beat Preston 4-1 at Vicarage Road.

The 37-year-old will be hoping to return to the squad tomorrow night when they travel to Nottingham Forest.

Ryan Longman (AFC Wimbledon):

Longman came on in the 62nd minute for Wimbledon as they were knocked out of the FA Cup after being beaten 2-1 by League Two side, Crawley.

Wimbledon are in action in the league tomorrow as they host high-flying Peterborough.

Warren O’Hora (MK Dons):

O’Hora was not in The Dons squad on Sunday as they beat Barnet 1-0 in the FA Cup.

The Irish defender will be hoping to return to Russell Martin’s starting 11 tomorrow night as they travel to Charlton.

Taylor Richards (Doncaster):

The 19-year-old midfielder played 63 minutes before substituted as Doncaster beat Carlisle to secure their place in the third round of the FA Cup.

Doncaster now turn their attention back to the league and a tough test tomorrow as they travel to leaders Hull City.

Shane Duffy (Celtic):

Duffy was an unused substitute for Celtic as they were knocked out of the Scottish League Cup, after being beaten 2-0 by Ross County.

Celtic are back in Europa League on Thursday as they travel to AC Milan, although they cannot qualify for the knockout stages of the competition.

Percy Tau (Anderlecht):

Tau was not part of the Anderlecht squad which draw 0-0 against Standard Liege on Sunday.

Alex Cochrane (Union St Gilloise):

Cochrane was handed his first start for Gilloise in their 1-0 defeat to RFC Seraing.

The full-back played the full 90 minutes for the Belgium second division side, who remain top of the league despite their loss.

Jan Paul Van Hecke (Heerenveen):

Van Hecke played the full 90 minutes in Heerenveen’s 1-1 draw against Den Haag.

The result means they six in the Eredivisie and only five points off the European places.

Jakub Moder (Lech Poznan):

Moder played 78 minutes before being substituted as Poznan beat Lechia Gdansk 1-0.

They now to their attention to the Europa League as they travel to Benfica on Thursday night.

Michal Karbownik (Legia Warsaw):

The 19-year-old played 71 minutes in their 2-2 against Piast Gliwice before being substituted.

Tudor Baluta (Dynamo Kiev):

Baluta was an unused substitute for Dynamo Kiev in their 2-0 win over Vorskla on Saturday.

They turn their attention to the Champions League tomorrow night when they travel to Turin to take on Juventus.

Jan Mlakar (Maribor):

Mlakar started but only played 17 minutes before being substituted as Maribor beat NK Tabor Sezana on Saturday.