Wolves Loan Watch: Birmingham delight and dramatic comebacks
Patrick Cutrone helped Empoli come from behind to beat Sassuolo in Serie A. (Photo by Massimiliano Carnabuci/LiveMedia/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Another weekend passes by and with Wolves taking on Everton this evening at Molineux, over 10 loanees were in action for their current clubs.

From the Championship all the way to FA Trophy action, here is how the players currently out on loan got on this weekend.

Ryan Giles

The wing-back played all 90 minutes as Cardiff City came 3-0 down to draw 3-3 and register their first point in the Championship since the 2-1 win at Nottingham Forest in September.

Giles grabbed two assists for Rubin Colwill and Kieffer Moore as the Bluebirds moved three points clear of the relegation zones.

The 21-year-old now has seven league assists in 12 outings for Cardiff and continues to be one of their shining lights this season.

Dion Sanderson and Matija Sarkic

Goalkeeper Sarkic and defender Sanderson helped Birmingham City to their second clean sheet in three games as they earned back-to-back victories with a 2-0 win at Middlesbrough.

Marc Roberts and Scott Hogan in the space of three second-half minutes to move the Blues into 14th in the Championship table.

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Partnering Roberts and George Friend in Lee Bowyer's back three, Sanderson won six of his duels against Boro and completed 80% of his passes.

Behind them was Sarkick, who continues his run of playing in every game in the league so far.

Renat Dadashov

After scoring two goals in two games against Braga and Famalicao, Dadashov failed to score for the third straight game as Tondela were defeated 2-0 by Arouca.

The striker missed one big chance on Friday evening, completed 15 of his 20 passes and won five free-kicks from his hold-up play.

Theo Corbeanu

The Canadian international is still yet to start a League One game for Sheffield Wednesday, but it may be about time following Saturday's 2-2 draw at Cheltenham.

The Owls found themselves 1-0 down before Darren Moore replaced Olamide Shodipo on 56 minutes with the Wolves loanee. No less than nine minutes later, Cheyenne Dunkley equalised before a Matty Blair own goal looked set to hand them all three points.

However, Cheltenham, who were without Taylor Perry, rescued a point through Blair himself in injury time.

Morgan Gibbs-White

On his return to his one-game suspension following a red card against Millwall, Gibbs-White couldn't stop Sheffield United from suffering a second consecutive home game.

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Keshi Anderson's 76th-minute goal put Blackpool into the play-offs whilst Slavisa Jokanovic's side sits in 17th-placed, with seven defeats.

Operating on the right-hand side of midfield, not his usual position, Gibbs-White completed 30 of his 48 passes and created one big chance.

Toti Gomes and Leo Bonatini

On Sunday, both Gomes and Bonatini played the full 90 minutes as Grasshopper earned their first win at FC Sion since 2018 with a 3-1 win in the Swiss Super League.

The striker succeeded 87% of his passes up front alongside former Juventus striker Kaly Sene and won eight of 14 his duels against a physical defence.

Sunday was the first game in four where Bonatini failed to score or assist.

For Gomes, who sat in a back three with Georg Margreitter and Allan Arigoni, he completed 31 passes and won seven of his nine duels. The young defender also made three interceptions.

Leonardo Campana and Benedeguz Bolla were not in Giorgio Contini's squad.

Patrick Cutrone

Despite starting in the previous two fixtures against Salernitana (who he scored against) and Inter, Cutrone was dropped to the bench for the trip to Sassuolo in place of Federico Di Francesco.

Empoli recovered from Lorenzo Tonelli'sown goal to win the game in dramatic style. Andrea Pinamonti levelled from the penalty spot in the 83rd minute after Cutrone was fouled by former Tottenham Hotspur defender Vlad Chiriches.

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In injury-time Polish midfielder Szymon Zurkowski turned home Liam Henderson's cross to consecutive away victories and lift Emoli to 10th in Serie A.

Other players

Connor Ronan's St Mirren suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Dundee FC on Saturday afternoon, with the Irish midfielder completing 89% of his passes and impressing, despite the defeat.

Young goalkeeper Joe Young was in goal for Runcorn Linnets as they were knocked out of the FA Trophy by FC United of Manchester.

Austin Samuels was an unused substitute as Aberdeen ended Hearts' unbeaten start to the season and kickstarted their own with a 2-1 win at Pittodrie.

Elsewhere in Scotland, Luke Matheson was a second-half substitute as Hamilton Academical were pegged back in the 97th minute by Greenock Morton to deny them of a fourth win of the season.

Under 23 players Nigel Lonwijk (Fortuna Sittard), Andreas Sondergaard (Randers) and Christian Marques (Belenenses) were unused substitute themselves over the weekend.