Notts County travel to Orient on a poor run of form that has seen them slide down to 16th in the table after an impressive start to League 1 that included an unbeaten run in the months of September and October. They will be looking to improve upon their current run of one win in 12 in the league and halt their slide as they take on Orient on Tuesday evening.
With the O’s game against Rochdale postponed at the weekend, coupled with Yeovil’s win over Crawley, Orient go into the game looking to climb off the bottom of the League 1 table.
Fabio Liverani is looking for a reaction from the players after a heavy defeat last time out and his pre-match comments can be seen here.
Goalkeeper Alex Cisak could be in line for a debut after joining on loan from Premier League Burnley. Jobi McAnuff is back in training after being out for around a month while Marvin Bartley stepped up his return from injury last week having played in the development team’s game at Gillingham. Defender Scott Cuthbert will be hoping for a return having missed the last few weeks through injury.
Back in September the two sides played out a 1-1 draw at Meadow Lane. Zeli Ismael’s first half penalty put County in the lead but Chris Dagnall levelled after half time, also from the spot, to earn a share of the points.
The match referee will be James Linington.
Cash turnstiles are available for home supporters in the South and East stands.
Away supporters are situated in the East Stand on Brisbane Road and can also pay cash on the turnstiles.
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Hospitality guests can gain access through the main reception in the West Stand from 5.30pm while the Club Shop will be open up until kick off and for a short time after the final whistle.
If you are unable to make the game then follow all the action on Orient Player and don’t forget you can download a digital version of the matchday programme here.
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