INFO & PREVIEW: Bradford (H)

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TEAM NEWS: Orient have had to wave farewell to goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic who has been recalled by Hull City though Jamie Jones has been back in the squad for the most recent two games. 
Marvin Bartley will be missing for the O’s having come off with a hamstring problem on Tuesday evening whilst Romain Vincelot serves the final game of his two game suspension after he picked up his tenth yellow card of the season at Walsall. 
John Lundstram signed from Everton on loan on deadline day and is expected to go straight into the squad. 
For the visitors Bradford Influential striker James Hanson is expected to miss out with a back problem.
Nathan Doyle is another player unlikely to feature with a groin problem. Oliver McBurnie is doubt as well due to recent illness.
Andy Gray is definitely out because of shingles and joins the likes of Matt Taylor, Kyel Reid and James Meredith on the sidelines.
Lewis Clarkson, however, has given City some positive news on the injury-front after returning to training this week following a knee problem.
FORM: Orient can make certain of their play-off place with a win but will be looking to mount a last charge for the automatic spots after being held to a draw at home to Oldham on Tuesday evening. 
Bradford have lost their last two and look destined for a mid-table finish though will be keen banish any relegation fears as the sit six points above the drop zone. 
BETTING: Orient are firm 8/11 favourites with Bradford priced way out at 4/1 and the draw at 13/5. For the full betting and to register an account head to 
TICKETS: There are still plenty available and there will be cash turnstiles in the South and East stand for home supporters. 
The North Stand is our family stand at the Matchroom Stadium and tickets need to be purchased in advance. 
Away supporters will be situated in the East Stand where there are cash turnstiles and away ticket collections can be made from the East Stand Ticket Office. 
Tickets for upcoming Orient away fixtures will be on-sale from the main Ticket Office until 2pm  before the match and then again after the full-time whistle. For details of upcoming away tickets click here:
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ELSEWHERE: There will be staff and volunteers from the White Ribbon campaign against domestic violence who will be distributing pin badges and information leaflets (raising awareness) around the ground before the game, the players will wear WRC t-shirts and have a photo with Councillor Ali pre-warm up.  Possibility of Crime Prevention van being situated outside the Score centre from 12.30pm.
At half-time there will be a penalty shootout competition involving players from schools involved in our soccer sevens tournament. 
PROGRAMME: Our 68-page matchday magazine will be available from sellers for £3 within the ground by the entrances when you arrive at the ground and in the Club Shop. Any remaining copies will go on-sale in the shop after the game. For Saturday we have a big interview with Jamie Jones  who discusses how he has matured in his six years at the O’s and Academy Manager Richard Thomas talks us through the O’s academy system and how players make it to scholar level at the club.  
MATCH SPONSORS: Anderson Travel.
Arrival for hospitality in our Olympic Suite is from 12:30pm at main reception. The Olympic Suite is located on the third floor and we have lift access available. Season ticket holders who are having pre-match hospitality are welcome to return to the Olympic Suite post match to see the presentations. If you have any queries regarding your hospitality package or would like to book a package for a future match please contact the commercial team on 0871 310 1886 or email [email protected]
AWAY FANS: Away supporters will be situated in the East Stand on Brisbane Road where there will be cash turnstiles in operation.
CLUB SHOP: The superstore has an exclusive sale on with massive reductions until February 16. 
For all the information about getting to The Matchroom Stadium visit as well as parking:
Please note there is very limited parking in the surrounding area. 
We’ll have full commentary on Orient Player where you can subscribe at or there’ll be a live blog on and updates on Twitter @leytonorientfc