Please click here to download the latest version of Flash Player to view the match centre.
Two of Liverpool's on-loan contingent have taken goalscoring plaudits for their temporary clubs in recent days - find out more with our weekly round-up.
On Friday, Andre Wisdom was again ever-present as Derby County ran out 2-0 winners over Doncaster Rovers.
Jack Robinson gained 44 more minutes of experience in Blackpool's narrow 1-0 home loss against Burnley.
Conor Coady was in League One action that day too, completing the entire game and helping Sheffield United to beat Stevenage 1-0.
As was Michael Ngoo, who rose from the bench in the second half and grabbed a late equaliser for Walsall in their 1-1 draw at Carlisle United.
Jakub Sokolik tasted success again; the defender featured for the whole of Southend United's impressive 3-0 victory at Rochdale.
On Saturday, Oussama Assaidi was introduced for the final 12 minutes of Stoke City's 1-1 draw at Cardiff City in the Barclays Premier League.
At Stamford Bridge, Fabio Borini was decisive; the Italian forward converted from the penalty spot to earn Sunderland a surprise 2-1 victory over Chelsea.
In the Championship, Jordon Ibe entered the action at half-time but could not prevent Birmingham City from losing 1-0 at Nottingham Forest.
Ryan McLaughlin played 90 minutes but was on the wrong end of a 1-0 scoreline with Barnsley, at home to Leeds United.
In Italy, goalkeeper Pepe Reina was involved throughout Napoli's Serie A stalemate - they drew 1-1 with Udinese away from home.
On Sunday, young defender Tiago Ilori clocked up 90 minutes as Granada suffered a 4-0 defeat by Sevilla in La Liga.
Elsewhere in Spain, Suso played for 66 minutes of Almeria's 4-2 home loss against Celta Vigo.
Author: @shawct Tagged:
, Fabio Borini
, Oussama Assaidi
, Tiago Ilori
, andre wisdom
, conor coady
, jack robinson
, jakub sokolik
, jordon ibe
, loan watch
, michael ngoo
, pepe reina
, ryan McLaughlin
Submit your views in the box below. Alternatively, you can debate these issues with fellow fans on our Message Boards or blog about them on The Kop
The views expressed here are not those of Liverpool Football Club (read more)