We have ten players who are out on loan, who all have been in action of late.
Ricki Lamie has now made eight appearances for the Dee. A strong month of results has seen them climb to fifth in the standings.
He’s started five of the last six matches for Tony Docherty, and was an unused substitute against Livingston.
In those five starts, he’s been at the heart of the defence that has managed to keep four clean sheets.
Nathan McGinley has missed the last five matches at Partick Thistle.
Since our last update, Ewan Wilson has made two starts and one appearance from the bench. It’s been a tricky run of form for Stirling as they haven’t won in the last five games.
Despite this, in the congested league 1 table, Stirling are seventh in the table but will have one eye on a playoff spot that is only seven points away.
With ten appearances already to his name at Annan Athletic, Sam Campbell is continuing his development.
He’s made one appearance in the last four, as a second-half substitute against Edinburgh City.
Annan were on a difficult run of results, however have seen improvement recently as they drew their last two games.
Cowdenbeath have three draws and two losses to their name in the last five, with Robbie Garcia not featuring in any for the blue brazil.
Barry Maguire is already closing in on 20 appearances for Kidderminster Harriers and has played close to 900 minutes of National League football in his time down south.
Despite currently sitting bottom of the National League standings, Maguire has been a regular feature for the Harriers.
They haven’t won in their last five matches.
Ross Tierney has started eight matches since our last update.
He’s scored once and assisted once in that time. Tierney scored in an FA Cup tie that was live on ITV against Sheppey United.
It’s now 16 appearances for Walsall in all competitions for Tierney with The Saddlers sitting in 17th place in League Two.
Adam MacDonald has started three of the last six matches, and has been a substitute in two for Cowdenbeath.
The Blue Brazil are sitting in the middle of the pack in the Lowland League.
Michael McIndoe took the reigns of Edinburgh City last month and has seen an improvement in form.
Mahon has started the last five matches and has put in some of man of the match performances. The winger has notched two assist in that time and bagged himself three goals, including a double against Alloa in their last outing.
City have closed the gap to ninth placed Annan as they look to get themselves off the bottom of the table.
Ferrie has made three substitute appearances since our last update for Stenhousemuir. He picked up a head knock against Spartans and was left out of their last two games for precautionary reasons.
Stenny are flying high at the top of the tree in League Two, as they bid for a promotion push this season.