Loan round up

Find out how Hammers on loan elsewhere got on this weekend
West Ham loan stars Reece Burke and Josh Cullen are both playing major roles in Bradford City’s late promotion charge in League One.
The pair played all 90 minutes as the Bantams beat Swindon Town 1-0 on Saturday, with the victory moving City up to third in the division.
Billy Clarke got the game’s only goal, converting after a long throw in the 20th minute. Bradford, with five games to play, are now six points below Burton Albion in second.
Elsewhere in League One, Elliot Lee was on a winning side as Colchester United picked up a vital away win at Blackpool.
The Us were 1-0 victors thanks to Chris Porter’s second half strike, and the win provides hope for Colchester as they look to avoid the drop.
Lee had the best chance of a goalless first half, as he fired just wide via a deflection.
Martin Samuelsen’s Peterborough United, however, were less fortunate, as they were beaten 2-1 by Rochdale. The Norweigan was a second half substitute for Graham Westley’s team.
There was also defeat for right-back Kyle Knoyle, on loan at Dundee United, as Inverness Caledonian Thistle were 2-0 winners at Tanadice.
Knoyle had one of Dundee’s best opportunities in the second half, forcing visiting stopper Owain Fon Williams to make a save.
Finally, Sam Westley was an unused substitute in Dutch side VVV Venlo’s 3-1 away win in the Eerste Divisie over MVV Maastricht on Friday.