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Leyton Orient vs. Notts County

Brisbane Road

17th September 2013

19:45

Top V Bottom - Notts County (H)

Tonight sees the top and bottom of League 1 meet at Brisbane Road as the O's face Notts County.

Chris Kiwomya will be looking for his Magpies to get their season started against the high flying O's.

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Leyton Orient Team News:

Russell Slade has no new injury concerns, with the only doubt being Gary Sawyer who missed Saturday's win over Port Vale with Achilles problem.

Player to watch: Romain Vincelot

Saturday's man of the match will once again be a pivotal figure if Orient are to be successful this evening.

The Frenchman has been a big hit in E10 since joining earlier this year, and he will once again hope to play a pivotal role for the O's tonight.

Notts County Team News:

County have had their injury plague eased in the last week with the return of Alan Sheehan and Danny Haynes.

New signings Marcus Haber and Jack Grealish could also feature for the Magpies as they look to overcome their poor start to the campaign.

Player to watch: Danny Haynes

Signed in the summer, Haynes has played the majority of his football at a higher level than League 1.

Known for his pace and quick feet, the O's defence will have to be alert to stop the former Charlton man making an successful impact since returning from injury.

Match Facts & Stats

Last season the O's won the match at Brisbane Road between the two sides 2-1.

That was Orient's 29th win against County in all competitions, four more than tonight's visitors have won in the 71 previous encounters between the two sides.

Next Fixtures

Leyton Orient: Brentford (A) 23 Sep; Walsall (H) 28 Sep; Oldham (A) 5 Oct

Notts County: Tranmere (H) 21 Sep; Carlisle (A) 28 Sep; Crewe (H) 5 Oct


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