Loan Watch: Leban's Farsley Double-Header

It was another busy weekend of football for Everton loanees in action for their temporary clubs. Here is an overview of how our players performed in this week’s Loan Watch... 

Zan-Luk Leban – Farsley Celtic  
Opponent: Peterborough Sports (H), Peterborough Sports (A)
Competition: National League North
Date: Saturday 6 April, Tuesday 9 April
Result: 1-0 win, 1-0 defeat
Overview: Leban kept a clean sheet to inspire Farsley Celtic to victory on home soil on Saturday.

The shot-stopper’s heroics ensured the hosts secured all three points, with him leaping into action on the stroke of half-time to deny the visitors and see Farsley head into the break level.

However, just days later, Leban's side fell to a 1-0 defeat to the same opponent. This time, Dan Jarvis struck the game's only goal early in the second half.

Goalkeeper Leban had been called into action in the opening stages to keep the game tied, before again making a crucial save just after the hour mark.

Elijah Campbell – Fleetwood Town
Opponent: Blackpool (A)
Competition: League One
Date: Tuesday 9 April   
Result: 1-0 defeat
Overview: Fleetwood Town were narrowly beaten by Blackpool on Tuesday evening, suffering a 1-0 defeat on the road.

Defender Campbell came on in the 78th minute for his side, with the 19-year-old making his 11th appearance in League One since arriving on loan on deadline day of the January transfer window.

Mason Holgate - Sheffield United
 Chelsea (H)
Competition: Premier League
Date: Sunday 7 April
Result: 2-2 draw
Overview: Sheffield United salvaged a point against Chelsea at the death as Ollie McBurnie’s injury-time strike secured a result for the Blades.

Holgate started at centre-back and played the majority of the game before being substituted deep into the second-half.

Neal Maupay – Brentford
Opponent: Aston Villa (A)
Competition: Premier League
Date: Saturday 6 April   
Result: 3-3 draw
Overview: Brentford and Aston Villa played out an exhilarating tie in the second city as the points were shared, despite the Bees taking the lead after being two goals down.

Maupay was summoned in the 86th minute in an attempt to find a late winner.

Sean McAllister – Inverness Caledonian Thistle  
Opponent: Arbroath (H)
Competition: Scottish Championship
Date: Saturday 6 April   
Result: 2-1 win
Overview: McAllister - not involved in the matchday squad - continues to step up his recovery from injury at the Scottish outfit.