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Wilfried Bony started as Al-Arabi won 2-1 at Qatar SC, with the Ivorian featuring for 81 minutes in Doha.

Fellow striker Borja was in the starting XI for both of Alaves' La Liga fixtures last week. He played the full match as Alaves went down 2-0 at Sevilla before leading the line once again in a 1-1 home draw with Leganes.

In Turkey, Andre Ayew was introduced at half-time as he helped Fenerbahce come back from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Ankaragucu.

In the Scottish Championship, Ryan Blair was part of Dunfermline's starting XI as they let a two-goal lead slip in a 2-2 draw at Partick.

Meanwhile, Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace), Jefferson Montero (West Brom), Aaron Lewis and Botti Biabi (Macclesfield) didn't feature for their clubs over the weekend.

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