Striker Ollie Palmer feels the O’s have to be winning the home games in order to turn the season around after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Luton Town on Saturday.
Goals from Cameron McGeehan and Danny Hylton gave the Hatters a two-goal cushion, and though Palmer pulled one back for his second goal of the season, the O’s slipped to defeat.
And despite the strength of the Hatters, Palmer admits the home form has to improve in order for the O’s to move up the table.
On a personal note, the 24-year-old was pleased to be back in the starting XI and in the goals, and hopes to build on that this weekend when the O’s head to Hartlepool United on Saturday.
The striker also dedicated his goal at the weekend to his nine-year-old cousin Frankie who has been diagnosed with cancer.
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