In our weekly feature we will look at all the Liverpool players who are on loan both at home and abroad and report on how they got on at their new clubs.

We shall start as we normally do with last weeks loan player of the week Ovie Ejaria who this week was named in the WhoScored Championship Team of the Month for August, he did however have a game to forget against Charlton Athletic in the Championship with Reading going down by two goals with Ejaria making little impact.

Elsewhere in the Championship Kamil Grabara continues to be the only bright spark in an otherwise dreadful campaign for Huddersfield, pulling off some fine saves but had no chance for the Luton goals.

Further down the leagues Ben Woodburn is starting to find his feet at Oxford United, after scoring last week he continued his good form this week, he scored Oxford’s 2nd goal in a penalty shootout which they eventually won against Millwall which set up a money spinning tie at home to WestHam United, he was also unlucky not to score in yesterday’s game against Coventry when he had a volley smash against the bar.

In the non league Rhys Williams was this week called up to the England U19s alongside Liverpool team mate Curtis Jones which is testament to the performances he has been putting in for Kidderminister Harriers, He had another impressive defensive performance against Alfreton yesterday to keep to score down to just the one goal.

Harry Wilson came close to replicating his goal against Manchester City in Bournemouth’s league cup game against Fleetwood but had little impact in their defeat against Leicester City.

In Europe Marko Grujic started in a heavy defeat for Hertha Berlin against Schakle while Taiwyo Awoniyi did not get off the bench for Mainz with Nat Phillips due to start tomorrow night for Stuttgart against Bochum, Loris Karius had a quiet day for Besiktas and could do nothing about the goal he conceded.

Liam Millar was called up to the Canadian national team this week and also had his best game for Kilmarnock in a 1-0 victory over St.Johnstone where he broke from his own half and went on a lung bursting run before crossing for O’Donnell to score while in the old firm derby Sheyi Ojo came on in the 2nd half with Rangers chasing a goal but could not find a way through the Celtic defence.

Beyondthekop Loan player of the week: Liam Millar – Kilmarnock.