Arsenal’s loanees have featured less as the season has gone on but Mathieu Debuchy, Isaac Hayden, Chuba Akpom all started during the weekend.

The likes of Dan Crowley and Carl Jenkinson have returned from loans for various reasons while an injury looks to have ruled Jon Toral out until the end of the campaign. Yaya Sanogo, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Wellington Silva have battled minor injuries and eventually fallen out of favour at their temporary homes.

Bolton 1-0 Hull City: Chuba Akpom and Isaac Hayden

Both young Englishman started for Hull on Saturday but couldn’t help the Tigers take anything from the game.

Hayden’s impressive form could give him a chance to play in the play-offs, which Steve Bruce’s side are guaranteed to take part in.

Akpom hit the bar in the second half but it’s the closest Hull came to scoring.

Troyes 2-4 Bordeaux: Mathieu Debuchy

The French right-back played the whole 90 minutes as Bordeaux ran out winners in Ligue 1.

Debuchy has not featured regularly enough or performed well enough to force himself into contention for France’s Euro 2016 as he had hoped but he has at least helped Bordeauz safely into midtable.

St. Mirren 2-2 Rangers: Gedion Zelalem

Zelalem, who could yet return to Rangers next season, played 74 minutes before being subbed. Rangers have already won the Scottish Championship and are into the Scottish cup final.

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