This weeks catch up..... Bobby Reid - Came off the bench against Wigan for 20 minutes before playing the full 90 away at Reading as Fulham recorded back to back wins to move up to 5th in the table. Still yet to score but being given plenty of game time and putting in some decent performances. Greg Cunningham - Firmly established as first choice left back for Blackburn. A surprise 2-1 defeat to Luton was followed up with an impressive point against high flying Forest. Kadeem Harris - A mixed week for Kadeem. Helped Sheffield Wednesday to a thumping 4-1 win at Middlesbrough before a quieter game at Hull saw him subbed off on the hour mark as his new team went down to a narrow 1-0 defeat. Kenneth Zohore - Left on the bench for WBA’s win at QPR before coming on for 30 minutes in the 1-0 loss at Leeds. Had a few chances but looks short on confidence at the moment. Next up is a visit from Wales’ top team so it’ll be interesting to see if he gets a chance to shine against us. Rhys Healey - No return to action yet for Rhys as he continues his spell on the sidelines due to a thigh injury. Loic Damour - Chipped in with an assist as Hearts knocked Aberdeen out of the cup before coming off injured in the first half against St. Mirren with a hamstring injury. Bruno Manga - An impressive performance away at Reims helped Dijon to their first win of the season. Still bottom of the table but will be looking to push on after some decent performances over the last two games. Victor Camarasa - No place in the match day squad against Norwich over the weekend. Starting to look like a bad move for Victor - surely he’s good enough to play at least some part for a team like Palace? Oumar Niasse - Caught up on the final episode of a Peaky Blinders before taking his dog for a nice long walk. Aron Gunnarsson - No fixture last week for Al-Arabi. Next up a tricky away trip to Al-Khor (who used to be Vice President of the USA apparently) Harry Arter - Came off the bench for 10 minutes against Wigan before playing the full match in a 4-1 win against a Reading team reduced to 10 men for much of the game. After his recent tantrums and histrionics it looks like he’s back in Scott Parker’s good books with a typical Arter type performance.