Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2013/14 campaign now underway, 12 Gunners are currently away from the club.

Wellington Silva Real Murcia
Wellington
Real Murcia 3-1 Lugo
Sunday, April 13
Wellington kept Murcia's play-off hopes alive by netting a brace against Lugo. The forward scored twice in the space of three minutes after Kike put the hosts in front on the hour. Wellington was replaced after 84 minutes and Lugo pulled a goal back in second-half stoppage time. 

Chuks Aneke Crewe Alexandra
Chuks Aneke
Crewe Alexandra 0-2 Wolves
Saturday, April 12
Chuks Aneke was dismissed for violent conduct in Crewe's home defeat to Wolves; a result which sealed promotion for the visitors but saw the Railwaymen slip into the relegation zone. Kevin McDonald and Dave Edwards scored the goals.
 

Johan Djourou Hamburg
Johan Djourou
Hannover 96 2-1 Hamburg
Saturday, April 12
Johan Djourou played the entirety of Hamburg's defeat in Lower Saxony - a major blow for Mirko Slomka's side in their battle to stay in the Bundesliga. Lars Stindl opened the scoring after nine minutes and, though Hakan Calhanoglu equalised shortly after half-time, Didier Ya Konan's late winner gave the hosts a crucial three points.

Joel Campbell Olympiacos
Joel Campbell
Olympiacos 1-0 Apollon Smirnis
Sunday, April 13
Joel Campbell completed 90 minutes of action and was booked as Javier Saviola struck late to give Greek champions Olympiacos a home victory.
 

Benik Afobe Sheffield Wednesday
Benik Afobe, Damian Martinez
Sheffield Wednesday 3-3 Blackburn Rovers
Saturday, April 12
Benik Afobe received a yellow card after coming on in the later stages of this entertaining draw at Hillsborough. Jordan Rhodes and Lewis Buxton exchanged first-half strikes before Craig Conway and Michael Keane put Blackburn in control. Atdhe Nuhiu scored twice after the break to ensure a point for hosts. 

Francis Coquelin Freiburg
Francis Coquelin
SC Freiburg 2-0 Eintracht Braunschweig
Saturday, April 12
Francis Coquelin's Freiburg took a big step towards safety with this victory over bottom side Braunschweig. Julian Schuster extended an advantage handed to the hosts through Damir Vrancic's early own goal to complete the win. Coquelin did not feature.

Ju Young Park Watford
Ju Young Park
Millwall 2-2 Watford
Saturday, April 12
Ju Young Park played no part as Martyn Woolford's late equaliser earned Millwall what could be a valuable point in their battle against relegation. Steve Morison equalised Lewis McGugan's early opener and Almen Abdi's deflected shot looked to have given the visitors victory before Woolford struck. 

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