Orient boss Danny Webb believes his side are more than capable of bouncing back to winning ways when facing in-form Stevenage tonight.
The 33-year-old has seen the O’s edged out by the odd goal in the last two home games against Notts County (3-2) and Cheltenham Town (1-0), and as disappointed as Webb is with Saturday’s home defeat to the Robins, the O’s chief believes we can reverse our fortunes at the Lamex Stadium.
Stevenage come into the game on the back of a six-game unbeaten streak and Webb is wary of the threat Darren Sarll’s side will pose.
Despite the 3-2 win at Plymouth Argyle, the O’s boss still believes we are still firmly underdogs heading into every game, and despite a number of youngsters featuring for the first team now, he feels they can continue to shine and help guide the O’s away from the relegation zone.
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