Scott Allan – Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Played 72 minutes of Inverness Caley’s 3-1 Scottish Cup win against Ross County.
Jack Brydon – Stenhousemuir
Defender was ineligible to feature for Stenny in the Scottish Cup having already turned out for Civil Service Strollers in an earlier round but played the full 90 minutes midweek in a 1-0 loss to Stirling Albion.
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Josh Campbell – Edinburgh City
Campbell hit the post for City during their Scottish Cup tie at Forfar as Gary Naysmith’s side came close to victory in normal time before being eliminated on penalties. Last midweek he played the full 90 minutes as the Citizens recorded a comprehensive 3-1 victory at Central Park against Cowdenbeath on league duty.
Jayden Fairley – Stenhousemuir
Fairley came off the bench for the last 25 minutes of Stenny’s 4-0 loss at Ochilview against Kilmarnock.
Jamie Gullan – Raith Rovers
Continued his form in front of goal with a brace in Raith’s 5-1 demolition of Dunfermline last week but lasted just 40 minutes of the Scottish Cup clash at Livingston before being forced off with injury.
Tom James – Salford City
Welshman was not involved in either matchday squad as Salford drew 1-1 with Grimsby Town before winning 2-0 at Forest Green earlier today.
Stevie Mallan – Yeni Malatyaspor
Mallan came off the bench for the last 30 minutes as Yeni Malatyaspor went down 3-1 to Istanbul Basaksehir.
Paddy Martin – Stenhousemuir
‘Keeper was named man of the match despite the Warriors’ 4-0 Scottish Cup loss to Kilmarnock. Made a number of fine saves to keep the scoreline respectable and also played the full 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat by Stirling Albion in midweek.
Stephen McGinn – Greenock Morton
McGinn wasn’t named in Morton’s matchday squad for their Scottish Cup win against East Fife.
Fraser Murray – Dunfermline Athletic
Played the full 90 minutes in the 5-1 defeat by Raith Rovers and came on for the last 12 minutes of Saturday’s goalless draw with Hearts.
Innes Murray – Alloa Athletic
The other Murray was an unused substitute as Alloa lost 2-1 at Arbroath.
Ryan Shanley – Finn Harps
Shanley once again climbed off the bench for Harps and played the last nine minutes as the Ballybofey outfit maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 1-1 draw at Drogheda.
Callum Yeats – Stenhousemuir
Full-back returned from a lengthy injury lay-off and played in the 1-0 defeat by Stirling Albion alongside Brydon, and kept his place for the Scottish Cup exit at the hands of Killie.
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