Enner Valencia – Everton
Did not feature in the game against his parent club.
Reece Burke – Wigan Athletic
Burke made his first appearance since December in Wigan’s 0-0 draw with Cardiff, which put a dent in the Latics chances of surviving relegation to League one.
Burke shone at right-back in the stalemate and spoke to Latics website after the game
“It’s been frustrating to have been out for so long but that happens in football and you’ve just got to deal with it. I was glad to be back in the team today but obviously, the draw wasn’t what we wanted.
“I spoke to Graham to see if he wanted me to come back here and be involved, and he wanted me so I appreciate that. I was happy to get 90 minutes today.”
Discussing his own personal performance, Burke was pleased with his display but admitted the team were left frustrated at the final whistle.
“In the first half I thought I did well but then in the second, I started blowing. Graham (Wigan Manager Graham Barrow) kept telling me to push through though and keep giving it more.
“The referee might have got a couple of penalty decisions wrong today but that happens in football. If things don’t go your way you can’t then start looking at the officials to help you.”
Burke will return to West Ham at the end of his loan spell at the DW Stadium but admits he has been grateful for the opportunity given to him by the club.
“I can’t thank Wigan enough really for giving me the opportunity to come here and get some game time. It’s hard when you go out on loan sometimes as a young player because you’re not guaranteed that football.
“It’s probably not been one of my best seasons with everything that’s happened but I’m glad I got fit before the end of the season and just want to kick on now.”
Josh Cullen – Bradford City
The midfielder played in Bradford City’s 3-0 over AFC Wimbledon which confirmed the Bantams play-off place this season. Cullen won the penalty for the first goal and played a significant role in the win which meant Bradford ave remained unbeaten at home through the whole League campaign
George Dobson – Walsall
Dobson came on for the second half in the Saddlers disappointing 1-0 defeat away to already relegated Coventry. Walsall are currently 13th in League One.
Jaanai Gordon (Newport County) was an unused substitute in County’s vital 1-0 win over Accrington which leaves Newport 2 points clear of the drop zone with two games left to play.
Tony Martinez (Oxford United) did not feature for Oxford in their 3-0 trouncing of Millwall at the weekend.
Reece Oxford (Reading) was an unused substitute during the Royals 3-2 defeat to Nottingham Forest, The defeat leaves the Royals in 3rd Place in the Championship.