INFO: Notts County

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All the information as the O’s look to hit seventh heaven against bottom of the table Notts County.
Chris Kiwomya’s side have got off to a nightmare start as they look to improve on last year’s 12th placed finish. The Magpies have one point to date which came at Walsall in a 1-1 draw last month, though have had more success in the cup competitions having given a good account of themselves against Liverpool at Anfield in a 4-2 League Cup second round defeat. 

Left-back Alan Sheehan (hamstring) and forward Danny Haynes returned from injury to start at Milton Keynes on Saturday for the Magpies.
It remains to be seen if they will keep their places but Kiwomya might stick with Marcus Haber up front while fellow new signing Jack Grealish could be handed his full debut after making his first appearance for the Magpies from the bench at the weekend.
Kiwomya, who is still without defender Haydn Hollis due to a knee injury, said: “Some players are just not doing enough to warrant a starting place. There willl be some changes, most definitely.”
For the O’s Gary Sawyer remains a concern with an Achilles problem. 
One To Watch:

Yoann Arquin has been a positive for the Magpies in a miserable season to date and the French forward has bagged three goals thus far.
The Bookies:

Football League sponsors Sky Bet make Orient favourites tonight at 8/13 whilst with the visitors at 5/1 and a draw at 11/4.
If you think the O’s might come from behind again then Notts County to be winning at half-time and Orient at full-time pays out at 25/1. 
Kevin Lisbie is favourite to notch the first goal at 7/2 or if you fancy Romain Vincelot to open his account for the season then he’s at 16/1.
There’s a host of other markets and register now to earn money for the Club too at 
Normal home ticket prices apply which can be found here and cash turnstiles for home fans will be in operation in the South Stand. 
If you wish to purchase a ticket for the West or North Stand then you need to buy them before the game from the West Stand Ticket Office on Oliver Road.
East Stand tickets for both home and away fans will be available from the East Stand Ticket Office and the free #StandUpForTheOrient season tickets will be available for collection from the East Stand Ticket Office after 6pm.
If you have pre-ordered a ticket and are collecting it then you can do so from the ticket kiosk which is adjacent to gate 8 of the West Stand, near the Ticket Office on Oliver Road.
If you have a Gallery ticket then it’ll be available for collection at Reception in the West Stand. 
If you have a hospitality dining package, then you should also entre through Reception from 5:30pm this evening.
Club Shop:
The Superstore will be open before the game and for 30 minutes after the final whistle. 
Getting Here:

Leyton tube station on the central line is a 5 minute walk from the ground whilst for drivers there is on-street parking nearby. Leyton Midland overground station is approximately a 15 minute walk for the ground whilst Leyton is a served by a raft of local buses. The club postcode is E10 5NF for satnav users. 

The new design 68-page programme will be on-sale for £3 from the sellers inside the ground near the stadium entrances and includes a mini pull-out programme for children. If you are unable to purchase one during the game then all unsold programmes will be available to buy in the Club Shop after the match.
Can’t Make It?

Orient Player subscribers will be able to listen to full commentary of the game and should subscribe at, plus you can also follow the action on our new live matchday blog on or on Twitter @leytonorientfc