Orient boss Andy Edwards admits they simply have to start picking up points at home if they are to rise up the League Two table
The O’s host Accrington Stanley, a side which have lost their last six league matches, at the Matchroom Stadium tomorrow looking to pick up their second home league win of the season.
Edwards was a spectator as Stanley beat Woking 3-0 in the FA Cup last weekend, and admits the test the O’s will face tomorrow will be a tough one.
A two-week break in fixtures has enabled Edwards and the O’s plenty of time on the training ground, and the O’s boss has been pleased with how things have gone in the build-up to tomorrow’s game.
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