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.

Chuks Aneke Crewe Alexandra
Chuks Aneke

Crewe Alexandra 2-1 Preston North End

Saturday, May 3

Chuks Aneke was introduced as a 73rd-minute substitute as Crewe staved off relegation with this home win. Adam Dugdale and Mathias Pogba put the Railwaymen in control before John Welsh pulled a goal back in stoppage time. Aneke has enjoyed an impressive season at Crewe - topping the side's scoring charts with 16 goals.



Wellington Silva Real Murcia
Wellington


Hercules 2-3 Real Murcia

Saturday, May 3

Wellington completed 90 minutes of action as Real Murcia climbed into the Segunda Division play-off places with this away win. Saul Berjon and Gai Assulin exchanged first-half strikes before two goals in three minutes put the visitors in command. And they held on, despite former Chelsea midfielder Enrique de Lucas reducing the arrears in the 89th minute. 



Damian Martinez Sheffield Wednesday
Damian Martinez, Benik Afobe


Ipswich Town 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday

Saturday, May 3

Damian Martinez started Sheffield Wednesday's defeat at Portman Road. Kieran Lee had equalised Tommy Smith's first-half opener but Paul Green ensured victory for the hosts midway through the second half. Benik Afobe was not in the Wednesday squad. 

  

Johan Djourou Hamburg
Johan Djourou

Hamburg 1-4 Bayern Munich

Saturday, May 3

Johan Djourou played no part in Hamburg's heavy home defeat to champions Bayern Munich - a result which means the hosts are not safe going into the final game of the season. Mario Gotze's brace, plus a further strike from Thomas Muller, gave the visitors a three-goal advantage. Hakan Calhanoglu reduced the deficit but Claudio Pizarro made sure of Bayern's victory with an acrobatic late strike.

Francis Coquelin Freiburg
Francis Coquelin

SC Freiburg 0-2 Schalke 04

Saturday, May 3

Francis Coquelin was not involved in Freiburg's home defeat to Schalke. Kaan Ayhan and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored the visitors' goals, either side of the break.

  

Ignasi Miquel Leicester City
Ignasi Miquel

Leicester City 1-0 Doncaster Rovers

Saturday, May 3

Ignasi Miquel was not in the Leicester squad as the champions ended the season with this home victory - which sent Doncaster down. David Nugent scored the game's only goal 15 minutes from time, converting from the penalty spot.

Ju Young Park Watford
Ju Young Park

Watford 1-4 Huddersfield Town

Saturday, May 3

Ju Young Park did not feature as Watford ended the Championship season with a comprehensive defeat at Vicarage Road. Huddersfield substitute Danny Ward was the star of the show, netting a hat-trick, while Joe Lolley was also on target for the Terriers. Troy Deeney scored a late consolation from the penalty spot. 

Daniel Boateng Hibernian
Daniel Boateng

Hibernian 1-1 Partick Thistle

Saturday, May 3

Daniel Boateng missed Hibernian's home draw against Partick. Kris Doolan gave the visitors an early lead before Sam Stanton headed home a late leveller.

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