Monday 01 Feb
Updated Monday 01 Feb 09:00
Match Report

Loan round-up

Find out how eight of the West Ham loaness fared this weekend
Martin Samuelsen came on at half-time for Peterborough United as Posh secured a replay against Premier League West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns.

The visitors came back twice from Saido Berahino strikes through Shaquile Coulthirst and Jon Taylor.
Samuelsen almost scored himself and bamboozling to Baggies his shot was well saved by Boaz Myhill.

Sam Howes has been recalled from his loan spell at Wealdstone FC after Raphael Spiegel picked up an injury. The England youth international went straight into first team action as he was named on the substitute’s bench an Anfield.  

Lewis Page played the full 90 minutes as Cambridge United secured a 3-1 win away at Leyton Orient.

Page played alongside Orient manager Kevin Nolan in the early rounds of the Hammers’ Europa League campaign this season, however it was the youngster who came away with the three points.

A Ben Williamson brace and a Jimmy Spencer goal secured the win which takes the U’s to eleventh in League Two.

Jaanai Gordon has joined Irish outfit Sligo Rovers on loan. The forward will join up with his new teammates in time for the start of the League of Ireland season.

Diego Poyet was an unused substitute as the Addicks recorded a much needed win in emphatic style with a 4-1 away victory at Rotherham.

A Simon Makienok brace and goals from Igor Vetokele and Ademola Lookman sealed the three points.

Clarke Bogard and Ross Elsom both started as Tilbury FC drew 0-0 at home with Haringey Borough. Elsom went close to breaking the deadlock with a rasping shot while Brown made a string of saves to earn a clean sheet.

Tim Brown played the full game for Chelmsford City as they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Sutton United.