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Loan Round-Up

Gueye, Lundstram, Bidwell and Hammar in action over the weekend.

Loan Round-Up

All four of Everton’s loan stars were in action over the weekend - three of whom enjoyed positive results.

Over in France's top division Ligue 1, Stade Brest recorded a respectable 1-1 home draw against second-placed Lyon, with Magaye Gueye grabbing the assist and playing 78 minutes. Brest are now six points above the drop-zone with 11 games remaining in the season.

In League One, John Lundstram helped Doncaster move to top of the table following a convincing 3-0 win over relegation-threatened Hartlepool United.

The 19-year-old, who was making the third appearance of his temporary spell, played the full 90 minutes for Bryan Flynn’s side. The win was secured thanks to goals from Iain Hume, James Coppinger and Billy Paynter.

Brentford also kept themselves in the hunt for promotion to the Championship with a 1-0 home victory over Scunthorpe United, although Jake Bidwell was limited to just nine minutes of action.

The young full-back was introduced as a late substitute for the Bees, who moved up to fourth position, just three points adrift of the automatic promotion places.

The only player to suffer a disappointing result was Johan Hammar as Stockport slipped to a 1-0 home defeat against Luton Town in the Conference. Still, the Swedish defender did manage to complete the full match for the Hatters.

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