As the international break came to an end, it was a much busier week for Liverpool’s loanees. Here is a round up of last week's action.
Ben Davies - Sheffield United
The central defender managed another ninety minutes as he starts to rid himself of the niggling injury problems at the start of his loan spell.
The Blades came from behind to score two late goals for a 2-1 victory.
Sheyi Ojo - Millwall
Millwall went down 2-0 at home to Luton Town with Ojo unable to influence the game sufficiently to turn it in The Lions favour.
On a positive note this was the first time Ojo has completed a full match this season.
Leighton Clarkson - Blackburn Rovers
After impressing for England under 20s earlier on the week, Clarkson was an unused sub as Rovers threw away a 2-0 lead at home to Coventry City with the game ending 2-2.
Sepp van den Berg - Preston North End
The Dutch youngster is one of the players out on loan who has secured a regular starting place at Deepdale.
He took his place in the right wing back spot as Preston played out a 0-0 draw with Derby County.
Rhys Williams - Swansea
The 20 year old was nowhere to be seen as Swansea ran out 3-0 winners against Cardiff City in an all Welsh affair.
It's unclear whether Williams has an injury or was just left out.
English League Two
Jake Cain - Newport County
After a disappointing few weeks for Cain, he eventually got some much needed minutes taking part in two fixtures in the last week.
On Tuesday, Cain played 87 minutes of a classic encounter against Arsenal's under 21s in the EFL Trophy with Newport going down 4-3 courtesy of an injury time winner.
Newport then travelled to Exeter City on Saturday coming away with a 2-2 draw. 20 year old Cain came on with five minutes remaining.
Paul Glatzel - Liverpool Under 23s
There was no place in the Tranmere squad for Glatzel as they travelled to Carlisle United.
As part of the agreement however, Glatzel is still allowed to play for Liverpool's under 23s and he marked his return for Barry Lewtas' team with a goal and an assist.
The Liverpool youngsters eventually ran out 3-0 winners against Arsenal at Anfield.
If Glatzel is not going to feature in Tranmere's matchday squad in future, it makes sense for him to get minutes for the under 23s whenever he can.
Ben Woodburn - Hearts
Hearts and Steven Gerrard's Rangers played out a 1-1 draw to leave The Gers a point clear at the top.
Woodburn was substituted in the 61st minute after a quiet performance from the Welsh international.
Scotland League One
Luis Longstaff - Queen's Park
Queen's Park went three points clear at the top of League One after a 3-0 away win at Dumbarton.
Luis Longstaff was on target scoring the third goal after coming on as as substitute three minutes earlier.
Ireland Premier Division
Vítězslaz Jaroš - St Patrick’s Athletic
St Patrick's went down to a 1-0 defeat at Derry City. Liverpool's Czech keeper Jaroš played 90 minutes in a match where both teams ended with ten men.
FAW Welsh Cup
Jakub Ojrzynski - Caernarfon Town
Ojrzynski returned from international duty buoyed by saving a penalty. On Saturday, however he was unable to prevent Caernarfon exiting the Welsh Cup.
The game with Penybont ended in another clean sheet for Ojrzynski as it ended 0-0 after 90 minutes.
Caernarfon went on to lose 3-1 on penalties with Ojrzynski missing the 4th penalty to give Penybont the victory.
Spain La Liga 2
Anderson Arroyo - Mirandes
Liverpool's 22 year old Colombian helped Mirandes to a clean sheet and a 2-0 victory at UD Ibiza Eivissa. Arroyo once again played in central defence.
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