Due to international weekend we have a smaller number of players to report back on as we take a look at those out on loan in Leagues One and Two.
Lewis Price had to miss Crawley’s home defeat against Gillingham after suffering concussion in the victory over Leyton Orient in their last game. He will hope to be fit and available for their crucial Good Friday match at Crewe as they look to climb back out of the bottom four.
Stephen Dobbie was an unused substitute as David Ball struck a superb equaliser late in the game as Fleetwood held Preston to a 1-1 draw in Sunday’s Lancashire derby.
The visitors had taken a ninth minute lead but Ball's 25-yard strike meant Preston couldn’t move six points clear of Swindon Town in third place. Peter Ramage missed Barnsley’s 2-2 draw at Bristol City as the Robins extended their lead at the top of League One to 11 points as they came from behind to draw with The Tykes. Ramage is hoping it will not be too long before a return to the first team squad, now playing back in the Barnsley development side after injury.
Sullay Kaikai made an appearance from the bench on the road for Cambridge United as Scott Harrison's volley gave Hartlepool maximum points and moved the home side out of the League Two relegation zone for the first time since October.
Brad Walker headed the home side ahead on 20 minutes but Matt Harrold scored twelve minutes later before Harrison's spectacular winner, this gave Pool their fourth consecutive win.
In the Conference South Gus Sow has now returned from his loan spell at Farnborough Town.