Chelsea have a wide array of players currently on loan at other clubs, but how did they perform for their respective sides over the weekend?
Armando Broja was the pick of the Chelsea loan players this weekend after the Albania international netted his first goal in the Premier League.
The young forward contributed the only strike of the game as Southampton edged out Leeds United, recording their first top-flight win of the season in the process.
Emerson Palmieri has also enjoyed a good weekend with Lyon, the left-back providing the assist for his side's second goal in a 2-0 triumph over Monaco.
Turning our attention to the Championship and there was more success for Baba Rahman and Danny Drinkwater, the pair completing the full 90 minutes as Reading edged out Barnsley.
Levi Colwill managed to shake off a first-minute booking to help Huddersfield Town register a 2-0 triumph over Hull City, the Terriers now sitting in sixth position.
In League One, Henry Lawrence featured for the final 14 minutes as AFC Wimbledon came from behind to claim a share of the spoils against Sheffield Wednesday, but Jamie Cumming was powerless to prevent Gillingham losing 2-1 to Sunderland.
Tino Anjorin played the final 19 minutes as Lokomotiv Moscow fought back from a two-goal deficit to draw 2-2, but Michy Batshuayi's last-minute penalty was not enough to stop Besiktas losing 3-2 at Istanbul Basaksehir.
Thierno Ballo played 68 minutes of Rapid Vienna's 1-1 draw at Austria Klagenfurt, and young goalkeeper Karlo Ziger completed the full game as second-tier Slovenian team Rudar Velenje beat Brezice by a 4-1 scoreline.
Conor Gallagher, Ethan Ampadu, Matt Miazga and Kenedy are all in line to represent their respective loan clubs on Monday night, while the remainder of the loanees not being used by their teams.