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22 October 2019

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OUR regular look at the opposing team, as Argyle welcome Leyton Orient to Home Park in Sky Bet League Two tonight.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle v Leyton Orient
Home Park
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
7.45pm

Match Referee
Craig Hicks

Contact
Leyton Orient Football Club
Breyer Group Stadium
Brisbane Road
Leyton
London
E10 5NF
0208 926 1111
www.leytonorient.com
www.facebook.com/lofcofficial
www.twitter.com/leytonorientfc
info@leytonorient.net

League Position
12th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Saturday, October 19
Sky Bet League Two
Grimsby Town 0
Leyton Orient 4
Happe 11, Coulson 21, Alabi 80, Wright pen 85

Saturday, October 12
Sky Bet League Two
Leyton Orient 3
Widdowson 48, Harold 60, Wilkinson 75
Walsall 1
Sinclair 21

Tuesday, October 8
Leasing.com Trophy
AFC Wimbledon 3
Pigott pen 3, Folivi 49, Reilly 79
Leyton Orient 0

Saturday, October 5
Sky Bet League Two
Northampton Town 0
Leyton Orient 1
Brophy 57

Saturday, September 28
Sky Bet League Two
Leyton Orient 3
Wright 3, 90, Wilkinson 59
Port Vale 3
Burgess 23, Legge 27, Taylor 85

Next Game
Saturday, October 26
Sky Bet League Two
Leyton Orient v Carlisle United

Leading Scorer
Josh Wright - 5

Last Home Park Visit
August 13, 2019
Carabao Cup
Argyle 2
McFadzean 59, Telford 62
Leyton Orient 0

Manager – Carl Fletcher
A well-respected figure at Home Park, tonight’s game is a first in charge for new Leyton Orient boss Carl Fletcher. A fine playing career as a midfielder saw Fletch win 36 caps for Wales and star for the likes of Bournemouth, West Ham and Crystal Palace before arriving at Argyle in 2009. Fletch was a huge leader as Pilgrim captain and then manager during the difficult days of financial administration and it is fantastic to see him back in management.

Pre-Match View
“It feels great. I’m very honoured and very lucky. I didn’t know Justin but everyone I spoke to never had a bad word to say about him and how much of a nice guy he was.” Carl Fletcher on taking the Orient job and paying tribute to former manager Justin Edinburgh, who tragically passed away in the summer.


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