Kickoff: 18/09 15:00
English Football League - League Two
Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers
Leyton Orient
Leyton Orient

PREVIEW: Leyton Orient v Maidstone United

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Steve Davis’ men will be looking to carry their fine form over from Tuesday’s 3-1 victory over Solihull Moors at the Matchroom Stadium.

First Team Captain Charlie Lee opened the scoring for the O’s after 21 minutes before David Mooney tucked home after the break.

The away side pulled a goal back in the 76th minute through Afolayan Oladapo but George Elokobi converted moments later to secure the Club’s first three points of the season.

Maidstone United arrive in East London looking for their first win of the season having conceded a late equaliser at home to Maidenhead United on the opening day, before suffering a 2-0 defeat to National League new-boy’s Ebbsfleet United on Tuesday.

Jay Saunders’ men were promoted to the National League at the end of the 2015-16 season for the first time since their reformation and finished the last campaign in 14th place.


Head Coach Steve Davis has a fully fit squad available at his disposal once again.

The O’s squad have come through the opening two fixtures unscathed injury wise, with trio Craig Clay, Josh Koroma and Romuald Boco pushing for starting spots having come off the bench on both occasions.


Assistant Coach Ross Embleton ahead of tomorrow’s visit of Maidstone United – here

Midfielder Jobi McAnuff on tomorrow’s clash – here


Season Tickets can once again be collected from the Ticket Office dedicated windows today unless otherwise advised, and supporters collecting are advised to arrive to the Matchroom Stadium early.


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Audio commentary will be available through the match centre on the fixtures page, with commentary starting 30 minutes before kick-off.

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