Geoff Cameron (Stoke City)
Cameron was an unused sub for Stoke in a 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace that officially relegated the Potters.
Emerson Hyndman (Bournemouth)
Hyndman did not see action for Bournemouth this week.
Danny Williams (Huddersfield)
Williams fractured his fibula in training in mid-March and will be out for the rest of the season. Huddersfield need one win in their final two games to secure a spot in next year’s Premier League.
DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United)
Yedlin came on for the final 20-plus minutes of Newcastle’s 2-1 loss to Watford. The scoring was finished at that time, and Yedlin did little of note down the stretch, winning a couple of aerials. Yedlin spoke out about the positive influence Rafa Benitez has been on the side this week as 10th-place Newcastle look to finish out the season in the top half.
Gedion Zelalem (Arsenal)
Zelalem is recovering from a torn ACL suffered at the U-20 World Cup in May. Initial estimates had him missing up to nine months. He looks to be on the road to recovery, and he has returned to training for Arsenal. However, Zelalem recently confirmed via social media that he won’t play in any official matches until next season begins.
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Ipswich Town, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
Carter-Vickers returned from a slight ankle knock this week, playing all 90 minutes in Ipswich Town’s final game of the season, a 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough. Neither of the goals were CCV’s fault, though Ipswich will feel disappointed that they gave up the equalizer five minutes into stoppage time. CCV did little to fill the stat sheet, winning two aerials on the day. His passing was poor too at just 56 percent. The future is murky for CCV, who has said he enjoyed his time at Ipswich but could be near the edge of the Tottenham roster.
Luca de la Torre (Fulham)
De la Torre was dropped from the Fulham side which lost 3-1 to Birmingham.
Tim Ream (Fulham)
Ream, naturally, started and went the distance for Fulham in the aforementioned loss. He had a quiet game and wasn’t directly responsible for any of the
Lynden Gooch (Sunderland)
Sunderland went down with a bang, winning 3-0 against champions Wolverhampton Wanderers this week. Gooch was not in the 18-man roster due to injury.
Eric Lichaj (Nottingham Forest)
Lichaj was an unused sub for Forest in their final game of the year, a 3-2 loss to Bolton. Forest finished in 17th place.
Gboly Ariyibi (Nottingham Forest)
Ariyibi appeared for Forest’s U-23s in a Professional Development League playoff against Crystal Palace, playing 120 minutes in a 1-0 extra time win. The win advances Forest to the final.
Antonee Robinson (Bolton, on loan from Everton)
Robinson was part of the story of the weekend in the Championship as Bolton scored two late goals to beat Forest and save their skin for another year in England’s second tier. Robinson himself was quiet on the day, but both goals conceded actually came as the result of mistakes from his side’s right back. Robinson patrolled the left solidly, picking up a yellow card while winning a couple of aerials. Despite being on loan, he still must be thrilled to have seen his side stay up by the slimmest of margins.
Duane Holmes (Scunthorpe United)
Holmes didn’t appear in Scunthorpe’s final game of the season, a 1-1 draw with Bradford. However, Scunthorpe are in the promotion playoff, and he was likely just been rested with the real test upcoming. The Iron will face Rotherham in the first round of the playoff.
John Anthony Brooks (Wolfsburg)
Once again, Brooks watched from the bench as Wolfsburg suffered another significant defeat, this time falling 4-1 to RB Leipzig. With one game left, Wolfsburg sit in the relegation playoff place. On the final day, Wolfsburg need a win over relegated Cologne combined with a loss from Freiburg (who are at home to Augsburg) to avoid the relegation playoff, and a loss coupled with a win for Hamburg (who are at home against Borussia Monchengladbach) would mean automatic relegation for the Wolves.
Timmy Chandler (Eintracht Frankfurt)
Chandler started as a center back in a three-man defense in Frankfurt’s critical match with Hamburg, but he didn’t last long, coming off after just 17 minutes with an injury. There’s no news as to what the actual problem is or just how long it will keep him sidelined, but Chandler is now certainly a doubt for Eintracht’s final league game this weekend and their DfB-Pokal final against Bayern Munich in two weeks time. Eintracht must better Leipzig’s result on the final day of the season to guarantee themselves European football next season regardless of what happens in the cup final.
Aron Johannsson (Werder Bremen)
On Wednesday, Johannsson was ruled out for the final two games of Bremen’s Bundesliga campaign due to the ankle injury he picked up previously. Bremen played Bayer Leverkusen to a scoreless draw and sit in 12th place, well clear of danger.
Fabian Johnson (Borussia Monchengladbach)
Johnson still remains on the sidelines for Monchengladbach, who beat Freiburg 3-1. Gladbach still hold slim hopes of claiming a Europa League spot, but they’d need to overturn a goal differential deficit to RB Leipzig and hope that three other sides — Leipzig, Leverkusen, and Frankfurt — all falter on Saturday.
Weston McKennie (Schalke)
McKennie played 90 minutes in the heart of Schalke’s midfield as the Royal Blues clinched a Champions League berth and second place in the Bundesliga with a 2-1 win over Augsburg. The 19-year-old had a fairly quiet game in the center of the park; he wasn’t involved in any of the goals in the contest and finishing with the fewest touches of any player who went 90 minutes. He did his job, though, passing at 76 percent (with one key pass) and tallying four clearances and two tackles. Most importantly, Schalke have secured UCL football next season, which means McKennie has a great chance to see some minutes on the big stage in 2018-19.
Where Schalke rose to the occasion and clinched UCL football convincingly, Dortmund faltered in a 2-1 home loss to Mainz and now must sweat ever-so-slightly on the final day. Pulisic started on the right wing for Dortmund but was ineffective before being taken off just 11 minutes into the second half. The 19-year-old had just one completed dribble and lost possession seven times during his appearance. Fortunately for Dortmund, neither Hoffenheim nor Leverkusen got maximum points either, meaning that Dortmund still lead the pair by three points and goal differential with one game to play. However, Dortmund must travel to Hoffenheim, who have just three goals fewer and would pass them with a two-goal win, while Leverkusen host a Hannover side that’s safe in 13th. Crazy things happen on the final day of the season, and while Dortmund hold the advantage now, their circumstances could swing quickly.
Caleb Stanko (SC Freiburg)
There’s no update on Stanko’s knee injury, but it did require surgery, so he will most likely be sitting for a good chunk, if not all, of the rest of the season. Augsburg sit in 11th place.
Bobby Wood (Hamburg)
Like Pulisic and McKennie, Wood had a relatively quiet game for Hamburg in their aforementioned 3-0 loss to Eintracht Frankfurt. The striker went 90 minutes and had two shots — one on target and one off — completed 18 of 20 passes and won two of seven aerials while also losing possession six times. Hamburg missed out on a chance to get themselves out of the relegation zone and now must hope that already relegated Cologne beat Wolfsburg on Saturday while also winning at home against Gladbach.
Terrence Boyd (Darmstadt)
Boyd was a 90th-minute substitute, coming on well after the game was won for Darmstadt in a massive 3-0 victory over Jahn Regensburg. The win allowed Darmstadt to leapfrog over three sides and from 17th place and automatic relegation to 14th and safety. They’ll host Erzgebirge Aue, with whom they are tied on points, in Sunday’s season finale with their destiny in their own hands.
McKinze Gaines (Darmstadt)
Gaines was on the bench but did not play in Darmstadt’s win.
Jann George (Jahn Regensburg)
Regensburg missed George badly in their defeat to Darmstadt as the midfielder missed out due to a suspension for yellow card accumulation. The side will play in the 2. Bundesliga again next season.
Ken Gipson (Sandhausen)
Gipson suffered a broken leg in training over Sandhausen’s winter break during a collision with a teammate. He is not expected to play again this season.
Andrew Wooten (Sandhausen)
Wooten was a 73rd-minute substitute, coming on with Sandhausen down 1-0 to Nurnberg. However, his team conceded two minutes later, and Nurnberg went on to seal promotion to the Bundesliga with a 2-0 win. Wooten did little of note during his time on the pitch.
Haji Wright (Sandhausen, on loan from Schalke)
Wright was not in the 18-man roster for Sandhausen.
Julian Green (Greuther Fuerth, on loan from Stuttgart)
Green came off with his team down 2-1 midway through the second half, and Fuerth equalized 10 minutes later to earn a draw against Duisburg. During his 66 minutes on the pitch, Green recorded two shots and two tackles but passed at just 61 percent. The draw means that Fuerth will head into the last match of the season in 17th and an automatic relegation spot, and they’ll need at least a point to have any chance of safety; a win would almost guarantee survival. It’ll be a wild finish in the 2. Bundesliga.
Jerome Kiesewetter (Fortuna Dusseldorf)
Kiesewetter did not make the Dusseldorf squad. Fortuna beat Dynamo Dresden drew with Holstein Kiel and fell behind Nurnberg in the table on goal difference. Both sides will be promoted regardless, but when they battle each other for the second division championship on Sunday, Nurnberg will need only a draw in front of their home fans to raise the trophy.
Alfredo Morales (Ingolstadt)
Morales wasn’t included in the Ingolstadt 18-man squad that beat Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0. Ingolstadt will play in the second tier again next season.
Ethan Horvath (Club Brugge, Jupiler League)
Horvath was on the bench but was an unused sub for Bruges, who lost 2-1 to Anderlecht.
Matt Miazga (Vitesse, on loan from Chelsea, Eredivisie)
Miazga ended his Vitesse regular season in style, captaining the team and scoring in a 2-2 draw with Willem II. With his side down a goal with 30 minutes to play, Miazga stepped up to head home a corner (though video is proving very difficult to find). The teams would exchange goals down the stretch and end in a stalemate. Miazga’s performance earned the center back a nod in the Erevidisie’s official team of the week. Vitesse’s sixth-place finish means they are in the Europa League playoff, in which four teams will compete for one spot. They meet ADO Den Haag in the first round.
Moore started for Levante’s reserves, who won 1-0 this week.
Andrija Novakovich (SC Telstar, on loan from Reading, Eerste Divisie)
Telstar was off this week in preparation for the promotion playoff, where they will face De Graafschap over two legs this Thursday and Sunday. Winning would take them into the final stage of the playoff and give them a shot at the Eredivisie.
Erik Palmer-Brown (KV Kortrijk, on loan from Manchester City, Jupiler League)
It was a bad week for Kortrijk, who lost 2-1 to Zulte Waregem, their closest competitor in the Europa League playoffs. Palmer-Brown went the distance at center back but could not keep his opponents at bay. The loss all but seals Kortrijk’s exit, while Zulte will be headed to the final after topping the group.
Keaton Parks (Benfica, Primeira Liga)
Parks went the distance for Benfica B in a 1-1 draw with Braga B.
Desevio Payne (Excelsior Rotterdam, Eredivisie)
Payne is still recovering from an abdominal injury that kept him out for the end of 2017. He still hasn’t returned to the Excelsior side.
Kenny Saief (Anderlecht, on loan from Gent, Jupiler League)
Saief’s side got the job done in his absence as the normal starter was suspended this week. Anderlecht’s aforementioned win over Bruges not only kept them in second in the championship playoff and a Champions League spot, but it has also put them in touching distance of Bruges with three games to go. The winner qualifies directly to the UCL group stage and, more importantly, earns the title of Belgian champions.
Jordan Siebatcheu (Reims, Ligue 2)
Siebatcheu was a 65th-minute substitute for Reims, coming on with his team 2-1 up and playing a minor part in their clincher 10 minutes later as his run drew a defender away from goalscorer Pablo Chavarria with a cross hanging in the air. Reims will host the other side heading directly into Ligue 1, Nimes, in their final game of the season this weekend.
Maki Tall (Tours, Ligue 2)
Tall returned to the Tours squad this week and came on in the 77th minute of their 4-2 win over Lens. His side was already up 4-1 by the time he entered play. Despite their win, Tours remain at the bottom of the table and have been relegated to the third tier.
Juan Pablo Torres (Sporting Lokeren, Jupiler League)
Torres again did not feature as Lokeren lost 2-1 to Royal Antwerp. They still sit on top of their Europa League playoff group, but their margin for error has decreased.
Timothy Weah (PSG, Ligue 1)
Weah was again an unused substitute in another 2-2 draw for PSG, this one against Amiens.
Jonathan Klinsmann (Hertha Berlin, Bundesliga)
Klinsmann again did not feature for Hertha II.
Josh Sargent (Werder Bremen, Bundesliga)
Sargent also did not play for Bremen’s reserve side.
Isaiah Young (Werder Bremen, Bundesliga)
Young did, however, playing the second half for Werder II in a 1-1 draw with VfL Osnabruck.
Brady Scott (FC Koln, Bundesliga)
Scott did not make the 18 for Koln II’s match this week.
Nick Taitague (Schalke, Bundesliga)
Taitague did not make the Schalke U-19 squad this week, and the reserve side’s fixture was cancelled.
Timothy Tillman (Bayern Munich, Bundesliga)
After being subbed on for Bayern II with more than half an hour to play, Tillman went off early after seeing a direct red card in the 90th minute. The Bavarians lost 2-1 to Illertissen.
Marlon Fossey (Fulham, Championship)
Fulham’s youth teams have concluded their seasons.
Matthew Olosunde (Manchester United, Premier League)
United’s youth teams have concluded their seasons.
Kyle Scott (Chelsea, Premier League)
Scott didn’t appear for any of Chelsea’s squads this week.
Mukwelle Akale (Villarreal, La Liga)
It’s unclear if Villarreal appeared for Villarreal’s C team, but he did not play for their reserve or senior sides.
Joshua Perez (Livorno Calcio, Lega Pro, on loan from Fiorentina)
Perez entered at halftime with Livorno up 2-1 on Piacenza in an eventual 2-2 draw. Livorno have secured promotion to the Serie B.