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Chelsea loan watch week 15: Colwill debut, Goalkeepers struggle and Maatsen continues to impress.

How Chelsea’s loanees got on away from Stamford Bridge

Just 6 Chelsea loanees featured over the weekend, with several missing through injury.

101 rounds up just how they got on away from Stamford Bridge. For more Chelsea content, check out 101′s dedicated Chelsea page here.

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Ian Maatsen (Burnley)

Maatsen played 83 minutes as he helped Burnley continue their impressive run in the Championship with a 3-0 win over Blackburn Rovers. The win maintained their 3 point lead atop the Championship, and means that they have won four of their last five outings under manager of the month Vincent Kompany.

Jamie Cumming (MK Dons)

Cumming shipped three as his MK Dons side fell to a 3-1 defeat against Derby County, leaving MK three points away from safety in League One.

Henry Lawrence (MK Dons)

Lawrence played 90 minutes at right wing-back but could not stop his side from losing as they continue to struggle.

Lucas Bergstrom (Peterborough)

Bergstrom also conceded three times as Peterborough ended up on the wrong side of a 5 goal thriller, with two late goals sealing defeat to Exeter and dropping them 11 points behind League One leaders Plymouth.

Nathan Baxter (Hull City)

Levi Colwill (Brighton)

Colwill helped Brighton knock Arsenal out of the Carabao Cup in midweek, and was rewarded with his first Premier League appearance against Aston Villa on Sunday.

He gave a good account of himself too, looking well at home in the heart of the Seagulls’ backline.

However, it ended in defeat for Brighton, with Villa coming from behind to win 2-1.

Bryan Fiabema (Forest Green Rovers)

Fiabema played the final 10 minutes as Forest Green Rovers fell to a 2-0 loss against Wycombe Wanderers.

Unused substitutes/Didn’t feature

Tino Anjorin (Huddersfield)

Anjorin remains sidelined with severe glandular fever, and could be out for a while. Huddersfield Town boss Mark Fotheringham told the media that “You’re not likely to see them [imminently] and that’s unfortunate, but the medical staff are working hard with them, they’re monitoring it day by day, but I don’t see them being there in the near future. I think it’s a little bit more long term with regards to all the players that I’ve not had, all the players who would have been so-called starters at the start of the season.”

However, he added, he has no doubts over Anjorin’s ability.

“Tino is the best 10 in the league, no ifs or buts. We will welcome him back.

“He is a fantastic boy as well, he is full of energy, he is a polite guy, he has got a very extravagant nature and he is a great kid. I really admire him for that because I love personalities, I’m used to working with them.”

Callum Hudson Odoi (Bayer Leverkusen)

Hudson Odoi was an unused substitute as Bayer Leverkusen ended the first part of their season on a high with a 2-0 win over Stuttgart in the Bundesliga.

Harvey Vale (Hull City)

Romelu Lukaku (Inter)

Sam McClelland (Barrow)

Prince Adegoke (Welling United)

Ethan Wady (Woking FC)

Tiemoue Bakayoko (AC Milan)

Dujon Sterling (Stoke City)

Malang Sarr (Monaco)


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Ben Browning

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