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Fenerbahce, who have won just once on their travels this season, sit five points outside of the relegation zone from the Turkish top flight with five games remaining.

Ayew made his 30th appearance for Fenerbahce, having scored five goals.

There was better fortune for his younger brother Jordan, who came off the bench in Crystal Palace's 3-2 win at Arsenal.

Jordan made his 24th appearance as he replaced Christian Benteke for the last 12 minutes in a victory which assured the Eagles of Premier League football next season.

In the Scottish Championship, Ryan Blair was part of the Dunfermline side which went down 2-1 at Queen of the South.

The 23-year-old, who has featured 11 times for the Pars, played the full 90 minutes in their latest defeat.

Meanwhile, Borja (Alaves), Jefferson Montero (West Brom), Aaron Lewis (Doncaster Rovers) and Botti Biabi (Macclesfield Town) didn't feature for their loan clubs last weekend.

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