Players out on loan and former foxes in action as we do like to follow up on where they are at present

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Chris Wood made a move from Burnley to Newcastle during the January transfer window and his fee had risen from a modest £2,5million when leaving Leicester to £25million arriving at St. James Park. So far not scored in action for his new club, but still influencial as those five appearances has seen three wins and two draws.

Jeffrey Schlupp had to see defeat in his last appearance for Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea, but in his 20 appearances so far this season he has scored twice and been doing well under new manager Patrick Vieira.

Demarai Gray was out with injury for the Everton game vs. Southampton but still been greatly involved both under new boss Frank Lampard and former chief Rafael Benitez. Gray has so far played 19 times and scored 5 goals in his first season at Goodison Park.

Harry Maguire and Manchester United are stumbling on as results are going in some sort of a better direction and still competing in Europe and for a top four position in Premier League. Harry is now their captain and coming under pressure from fans and pundits despite being a trusted England international. He scored the opening goal for Man Utd vs. Leeds in their 4-2 win at Elland Road this weekend.

Riyad Mahrez came on 2nd half for Man City in their recent defeat vs. Tottenham. Despite scoring in stoppage time it was not enough to stop another former related palyer in Harry Kane, who had a brilliant game at Etihad Stadium securing that fantastic 3-2 away win for Spurs..

A group of players are currently on loan with George Hirst doing his trade at Portsmouth. Pompey are currently 11th in League One. A grand 4-0 win vs. Doncaster with Hirst scoring the 2nd goal will be added to his tally now standing 3 goals in 24 league games.

Daniel Iversen is first choice at Preston North End and so far been brilliant in his 2nd season on loan at Deepdale, but at the weekend he let in 3 goals against Reading who did field Danny Drinkwater as they came home with an impressive 3-2 win away.

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Callum Wright was in massive action for Cheltenham as they played Wycombe in a 5-5 draw this weekend. Wright made one assist and David Stockdale had to see five goals being hammered in behind him as the teams followed each other to the final end as we did see an original end result.

Tyrese Shade and Kasey McAteer were both involved in opposite sides as Walsall got the upper hand against Forest Green. Walsall sensationally defeated the top of the table Forest Green. Shade playing the full game for The Saddlers and McAteer coming on in the 79th minute.

Vontea Dailey-Campbell played all 90 minutes for Dundee in their away clash vs. Celtic. Dundee took the lead and also managed a late equalizer but Celtic became too strong towards the end and secured a 3-2 win.

Jakub Stolarczyk did see defeat in his 2nd appearance for Dunfermline. Kilmarnock away is a difficult fixture and Stolarczyk had to see two balls finding the net behind him in the 1-2 defeat. In his first appearance it ended in a 1-1 draw vs. Ayr United.

Admiral Muskwe was in the Luton line-up for the strong 2-0 home win vs. West Brom. Cedric Kipre was an unused sub for The Baggies. Mitch Clark was in action for Accrington Stanley in their 2-0 defeat away to Cambridge.

Elliott Moore is showing great form in the heart of the Oxford defense as they hammered Charlton 4-0 at home. This was Moore’s 26th appearance of the season. Oxford are currently 4th with a chance to yet again return to the 2nd tier of English football.

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