Most of Brighton's loanees were back in action over the weekend following the international break and here is how they got on:

Kaora Mitoma (Union St Gilloise)

Mitoma made his debut for Union last night, after coming off the bench in the 82nd minute to replace Damien Marcq in their 1-1 draw at Genk.

The Japanese international was then on the pitch as they scored with one of the last kicks of the game through striker Deniz Undav to secure a point.

That result leaves them second in the Belgian Pro League after seven games, having picked up 13 from a possible 18 points and means they are just a point behind leaders Club Brugge.

Mitoma will be hoping to make his full debut for Union at home against Zulte Waregem.

Leo Ostigard and Abdallah Sima (Stoke)

Ostigard played the full 90 minutes for Stoke and impressed as they beat Huddersfield 2-1 at the Bet365 Stadium.

The 21-year-old was full of energy and also made a number of good interceptions making the joint most in the match with fellow centre half Harry Souter (both three).

After the match he then did a post-match lap of the pitch with his shirt off and celebrates with the Stoke faithful who seem to be growing increasingly fond of him.

That win helped Stoke to move onto thirteen points and make it their best return from their opening six league games for 17 years.

The win over Huddersfield plus Fulham and West Brom dropping points means Stoke sit third in the table and just a point behind the Baggies who sit top.

Stoke are back in action tomorrow night (7:45pm) as they host Barnsley who have not won any of their last four matches and have yet to win a game on the road this season.

However, Abdallah Sima was not part of the squad as O’Neill confirmed in his pre-match press conference that the striker had to go through a visa process and would not be in the UK until yesterday evening.

Ryan Longman (Hull)

The forward came off the bench in the 81st minute to replace George Moncur in their goalless draw at the Liberty Stadium against Stoke.

It means the Tigers have now picked up five points from their opening six games and sit 20th in the table.

They are back in action tonight (7:45pm) as they travel to Ewood Park to face Blackburn.

Reda Khadra and Jan Paul Van Hecke (Blackburn)

Khadra was an unused substitute for Blackburn as they controversially surrendered a two-goal lead at home to Luton in a 2-2 draw.

His Albion teammate Van Hecke, who is also on a season-long loan at Rovers was not part of the squad through injury and is looking unlikely to feature tonight against Hull.

Jayson Molumby and Matt Clarke (West Brom)

Molumby was an unused substitute in their 1-1 draw at home to Millwall.

Clarke missed out against due to a hamstring injury he picked up prior to the international and looked set to be out until the end of October but on Friday manager Valerian Ismael hoped he could return sooner.

The Baggies are back in action tonight as they host Derby (8pm).

Jensen Weir (Cambridge)

Weir came off the bench in the 75th minute in their 5-1 defeat at home to Lincoln on Saturday.

Carl Rushworth (Walsall)

The keeper played the full 90 minutes in their 3-1 over Mansfield, a result which moves them into 16th in League Two.

Rushworth will not be involved tonight in Walsall’s Papa John Trophy tie against his parent club Brighton U21s.

Christian Walton (Ipswich)

Walton had a debut he and Ipswich will want to forget as he conceded five times in their 5-2 defeat to Bolton at Portman Road.

But the 25-year-old will be hoping to fare better tonight (7:45pm) as Paul Cook’s side host West Ham’s U21s at Portman Road.

Alex Cochrane (Hearts)

Cochrane and Hearts impressive start to the season continues.

The 21-year-old defender kept his and Hearts sixth clean sheets of the season in all competitions and their second consecutive shutout in the SPFL as they drew 0-0 at home to Hibernian on Sunday.

That leaves them third in the table with 11 points from their opening five league games.

Teddy Jenks (Aberdeen)

The midfielder was an unused sub in their 2-0 defeat at Motherwell on Saturday.

Andi Zeqiri (FC Augsburg)

Zeqiri came off the bench in the 63rd minute to replace Ruben Vargas and make his debut for Augsburg in their goalless draw with Union Berlin.

The striker did have a couple of efforts and did test Andreas Luthe in the 69th minute as he got on the end of the Raphael Framberger but his header was saved by the experienced German keeper.

Michal Karbownik (Olympiacos):

The young Polish defender made his debut starting at right back in their goalless draw against Astromitos.

Karbownik was replaced in the 69th minute by Thanasis Androutsos as manager Pedro Martins pushed for a winner.

Florin Andone (Cadiz):

Andone was an unused substitute for Cadiz in their 2-0 defeat to Real Sociedad. One of his former Albion teammates Maty Ryan was an unused substitute for Sociedad.