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It was a disappointing week for the remaining two young Blues out on loan.
John Lundstram played two full games for Blackpool but couldn’t prevent the Tangerines exiting the Capital One Cup at the first round and suffering a second successive Championship defeat.
The Seasiders first bowed out of the cup with a 1-0 loss at Shrewsbury on Tuesday evening, before Saturday's 2-1 reverse at home to Blackburn.
Lundstram has played the duration of all three of Blackpool's games this term, impressing in the centre of midfield.
Sunday saw the first Edinburgh derby of the season as Matthew Kennedy and Hibernian headed to Hearts.
The teenage winger again started on the bench for the contest, emerging for the final 11 minutes of what proved to be a dramatic end to the game.
Sam Nicholson had given the hosts the lead just minutes before Kennedy's introduction and before the Scot could enter the fray, Hibs were down to 10 men.
Scott Robertson's foul in the area garnered a second yellow and Prince Buaben stepped up to net from the spot.
Osman Sow's late straight red for violent conduct evened things up in terms of personnel, but Farid El Alagui's injury-time strike was too little too late as it finished 2-1 to Hearts.
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