AFC Bournemouth had a host of players in weekend action across England, Scotland and France.
Here's a closer look at how they got on...
Grabban and his Aston Villa side enjoyed a very successful evening at Villa Park on Saturday, with a rampant display to overcome league leaders Wolves 4-1.
The Cherries loanee was on target once again for Steve Bruce’s side, netting the third goal in what was a crucial win in the Championship promotion picture.
Albert Adomah swung in a cross and Grabban was at the near post to nick it ahead of Willy Boly for his 16th of the season, his fourth goal for Villa in as many consecutive games.
On the opposing team to Grabban was fellow striker Afobe, fresh from his mid-week goal against Leeds United.
The 25-year-old came off the bench of 67 minutes, with Wolves already 3-1 down.
Over in France, Gradel played 90 minutes for Ligue 1 side Toulouse, but they couldn’t overcome a strong Marseille side 2-1 at home.
In the SPL, the Cherries defender played 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet, as Partick Thistle drew 0-0 with third place Aberdeen.
Whitfield came off the bench and played just over 10 minutes of Port Vale’s 1-1 draw at Grimsby.
The striker started and played an hour, as Yeovil lost 2-0 to Newport County at Huish Park.
Allsop saw his Lincoln side earn themselves three points against Chesterfield, winning 3-1 away from home.
On the opposing side to Allsop was fellow ‘keeper Ramsdale, who did see his side take the lead, before Lincoln came back.
The youngster got another 90 minutes in the tank for Chester, but his side lost out 2-0 to Wrexham.
Dennis was on the winning side as his Weymouth team continued their good form, beating Biggleswade Town 2-1 away from home.
Connor Mahoney, Mihai Dobre, Joe Quigley and Ollie Harfield didn’t feature for their respective clubs, whilst Patrick O’Flaherty and Sam Matthews both had their games postponed.