Adlene Guedioura continues to impress on loan at Watford, playing a key role in the Hornets' 2-0 triumph away to Millwall on April 11th.
The Algeria international midfielder scored their second just before the hour mark to secure the three points at The New Den, as they look to secure an automatic promotion spot come the end of the season. Guedioura also played the full game against his former club Nottingham Forest on Wednesday evening, which Watford won 3-1. Despite not scoring, the Algerian was, again, a key player for the Hornets.
At another club fighting for a Play Off place, Jonny Williams made a 15 minute cameo for Ipswich Town against Blackpool, which The Tractor Boys won 3-2 at Portman Road. Ezekiel Fryers was not part of the squad for the victory, but made a 9 minute appearance in the next game, a 3-1 home win over Cardiff City. Williams was an unused substitute for the win, which has put Ipswich three points clear of Brentford in sixth place.
Barry Bannan played all 180 minutes for Bolton Wanderers over the last week, featuring in the 2-1 defeat to Norwich City and the 1-1 draw with Charlton Athletic, both at the Macron Stadium. He provided the assist for Adam Le Fondre's late equaliser against the Addicks, whilst Paddy McCarthy watched both games from the sidelines, as an unused substitute.
Elsewhere in the Football League Championship, defender Jack Hunt played every minute of both Rotherham United's games, which saw them lose 2-0 to Middlesbrough and draw 1-1 with fellow strugglers Fulham.
Kwesi Appiah featured as a second half substitute in both Reading's fixtures, as the Royals stretched their winless streak to six games. Appiah failed to find the back of the net in his two brief appearances, with Reading drawing 0-0 with Blackburn Rovers, before losing 1-0 to Bournemouth, both at home. Next up, Steve Clarke's side face Arsenal in the FA Cup, so Ghana international Appiah could get the opportunity to play against Premier League opposition.
In League One, Peter Ramage played all 180 minutes for Barnsley in their consecutive 1-1 draws at home to Chesterfield and away to Notts County, as the Tykes continue to search for their first league win since mid-March.
Stephen Dobbie was an unused substitute for both Fleetwood Town's defeats, 1-0 away to Walsall and 3-0 at home to MK Dons, over the past week. Lewis Price also watched on from the sidelines for both of Crawley Town's defeats during the same period. The Red Devils lost 2-1 away to Scunthorpe and were then hammered 5-0 on their travels at Walsall.
Jerome Binnon-Williams only managed 10 minutes of action in League Two, coming on as a late substitute for Southend United, in their 2-0 victory at home to Newport County. He was an unused substitute in their previous fixture, another win, at home to Tranmere Rovers.
Sullay Kaikai, meanwhile, played 60 minutes from a possible 180 for Cambridge United this week, featuring from 55 minutes onwards against Accrington Stanley and 65 minutes versus Cheltenham Town. The U's failed to win either, drawing 2-2 with Accrington and losing 3-1 away to Cheltenham, as they look to secure their place in the Football League.