Nine Arsenal loanees made appearances over the weekend, with four players returning from injuries to make their clubs’ squads.

Friday, April 9th

Harry Clarke of Oldham Athletic warms up before the Sky Bet Championship behind closed doors match between Millwall and Middlesbrough at The Den, London, England on 20 March 2021. Copyright: Vince Mignott
Harry Clarke of Oldham Athletic warms up before the Sky Bet Championship behind closed doors match between Millwall and Middlesbrough at The Den, London, England on 20 March 2021. Copyright: Vince Mignott
  • Harry Clarke started for Oldham Athletic against Colchester United after recovering from his knock in the previous game. He helped his team to a 5-2 win.

Saturday, April 10th

Jordi Osei-Tutu with Cardiff City (Photo via cardiffcityfc.co.uk)
  • Matteo Guendouzi played 90 minutes for Hertha BSC against Gladbach in a 2-2 draw.
  • Daniel Ballard started for Blackpool away to Lincoln City, playing 90 minutes in another 2-2 draw.
  • Zech Medley passed the concussion checks after his last game to return with a start and 90 minutes for Kilmarnock in the third 2-2 draw of the day.
  • James Olayinka came off the bench for Southend United against Crawley Town in a 0-0 draw. Olayinka will need minor surgery on his recent groin injury, but the club are putting it off until the end of the campaign.
  • Jordi Osei-Tutu finally returned from his long-term injury problems to make the Cardiff City squad on the bench against Blackburn Rovers.
  • Mark McGuinness made the bench for Ipswich Town against MK Dons but didn’t come on.
  • Konstantinos Mavropanos played the first 61 minutes of VfB Stuttgart’s 3-2 defeat to Borussia Dortmund. He came off when Stuttgart were 2-1 down.

Sunday, April 11th

William Saliba playing for OGC Nice against Paris Saint-Germain on 13th February 2021 (Photo via FEP / Panoramic)
William Saliba playing for OGC Nice against Paris Saint-Germain on 13th February 2021 (Photo via FEP / Panoramic)
  • Joe Willock made the bench for Newcastle United away to Burnley, but he didn’t come on.
  • William Saliba played 90 minutes and completed 99% of his passes, helping OGC Nice keep a clean sheet against Stade de Reims.
  • Sead Kolasinac dropped to the bench for the first time since joining FC Schalke on loan, coming on for a 16-minute substitute appearance in a rare 1-0 win for the side.
  • Lucas Torreira played 42 minutes as a substitute in a 1-1 draw with Real Betis, his first appearance since his special leave to South America for personal reasons.