Jake Cassidy (Wolves - striker) Equalised as the U21's drew 2-2 with Stoke last Sunday. Cassidy has not quite managed to reach the highs of his loan spell at Tranmere - so a goal and a lively performance will have done his confidence no harm at all. He was joined in the starting XI by Robbie Parry (Wolves - midfielder) who played 51 minutes.
Jake Charles (Huddersfield - midfielder) Made an appearance off the bench as the development side beat rivals Leeds 2-1. Chris Dawson (Leeds - midfielder) started for Leeds.
Lloyd Isgrove (Southampton - midfielder) Started for Saints as they thrashed Barsnley 5-1 at Oakwell in the Capitol One Cup on Tuesday evening. The Wales U21 international played 71 minutes and will benefit from his first competitive senior game.
Daniel James (Hull - striker) Made an impact off the bench as the youth team beat Chesterfield 3-1. City secured the win with a solo goal from substitute James. He picked the ball up on halfway, ran at the Chesterfield defence and from just inside the box fired a left foot shot into the bottom corner. He was joined in the starting XI by Alex Penny (Hull - defender).
Peter Smith (Wolves - striker) & Declan Weeks (Wolves - midfielder) Were both on the score sheet as the U18's crushed Leicester City 6-1 last week. Smith curled one in with his left foot before Weeks scored with his second attempt after a smart run into the box. He also scored in midweek as the U18's were thrashed 6-1 by Man Utd.
Macauley Southam (Cardiff City - midfielder) & Ben Watkins (Cardiff City - midfielder) Scored the goals as the U18's drew 2-2 with QPR.
Billy Waters (Crewe - midfielder) Picked up two assists in an impressive performance against Coventry U21's. Waters who was on standby for the Wales U21's for the game against Finland was a constant threat from set pieces in the 4-1 win. Aaron Phillips (Coventry - defender) started for the Sky Blues.