Everton’s out-on-loan players continue to pick up minutes at their respective clubs, but it was Henry Onyekuru who made headlines this week as he returned to the goals.
Below we run through all the action.
After completing 90 minutes in Galatasaray’s 2-0 Champions League defeat at Schalke, Onyekuru kept his place in the side for the Turkish sides 3-0 away win at Kayserispor – grabbing a brace in the process.
2 goller yıldızlaşan Henry Onyekuru'nın Kayserispor karşısındaki performansı! pic.twitter.com/sijqJtd38n— monci (@sinyormonci) November 11, 2018
Didn’t make the Wigan squad for the defeat to Middlesbrough.
Continues to play a key role for CSKA Moscow. He played the full 90 in the middle of the park of their 2-1 defeat to Roma in Champions League action midweek before helping his side to a vital 2-0 win over league leaders, Zenit St. Petersburg.
Despite falling to yet another defeat – this time by a 1-0 scoreline at home to Swansea City – Williams was one of Bolton Wanderers’ best performers, making the most key passes and tackles for his side. He also picked up his fourth yellow card of the season.
Played the full game at centre-half as struggling Ipswich Town were held to a 2-2 draw at Reading.
Watched Stoke’s goalless draw from the bench.
Got a rare start for Oxford, but was brought off at half-time of their goalless draw at home to Forest Green in the FA Cup.
Fiorentina were held to a fourth consecutive 1-1 draw on Friday, with Mirallas appearing from the bench for the final 15 minutes.
Played well in the middle of the park in Boro’s 2-0 win over Wigan.
Yet another cameo from the bench for Bolasie… and he had a massive impact this time around.
Bolasie appeared in the 69th minute of Aston Villa’s trip to Derby with the game goalless. Five minutes later he set up the opener, weaving down the left flank before sending in a perfect cross for John McGinn to head home. Villa went on to win 3-0.