Robbie Crawford – Alloa Athletic
Robbie played his second 90 minutes for his loan club but it wasn’t such a successful one this time. After beating Dumbarton 2-0 in his debut the Wasps were on the end of 3-0 defeat by Hibernian, thanks to goals from Liam Henderson, Jason Cummings and John McGinn. The result at Easter Road leaves Alloa two points off the bottom of the Championship table with three points from six games.
Luca Gasparotto – Greenock Morton
Luca played the final 20 minutes of his side’s 0-0 draw with Dumbarton. It was the 20-year-old’s fourth appearance for his loan side and it was Morton’s third clean sheet in a row so he is certainly contributing to a strong defence at centre-half. Morton are fourth in the Championship on equal points with Hibernian, having played a game more.
Ryan Sinnamon – Falkirk
Ryan is still recovering from an ankle injury that he suffered on his first day of training with the Bairns. The 19-year-old is yet to feature for his loan side due to the problem.
Andy Murdoch – Cowdenbeath
After netting on his debut last weekend Andy played the full 90 minutes in Cowden’s 2-2 draw against Peterhead. An 83rd minute equaliser stole a point for Andy’s side after Mo Yaqub was sent off for them just after half-time. It was a committed performance from the midfielder and the result leaves the Blue Brazil second bottom in League One with four points.
Darren Ramsay – Arbroath
Darren played 70 minutes of Arbroath’s 1-0 win away to East Fife, Bobby Linn’s free-kick ten minutes from time stole the points. The 20-year-old had a chance just before half time, from outside the box, but his shot was just a little too high. Despite the win Arbroath are still bottom on League Two with four points from six games.