While the O's boss Andy Edwards was proud of his side's display in the 2-0 midweek defeat to Plymouth Argyle, he admits it's in the past now and they have to get back to winning ways with the trip to Barnet tomorrow
Edwards saw a lot of positives from the encounter against the Pilgrims on Tuesday after seeing his side lose skipper Robbie Weir and debutant Jens Janse to red cards inside the opening 15 minutes, as the nine man battled on tremendously in the 2-0 loss to Derek Adams side.
And while pleased with the efforts of the players, he is now eager to draw a line under that and focus on picking up a much-needed three points at the Hive tomorrow against Martin Allen's Barnet side in what he predicts will be a tough London derby.
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