PREVIEW: Boreham Wood v Leyton Orient

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Orient will be looking to extend a four-match unbeaten run which has seen the Club rise to second in the table, and last Saturday saw Steve Davis’ side defeat Guiseley 4-1 at the Matchroom Stadium.

Having fallen behind to Kayode Odejayi’s 36th minute opener, Macauley Bonne ensured the O’s went into the break ahead with two penalties.

Recent signing Matt Harrold then headed home moments after coming on in the 65th minute, before turning provider eight minutes from time when he played Bonne through to complete his hat-trick.

Boreham Wood sit 10th in the table, following three wins, two draws and three defeats.

The Wood, who finished last season in 11th place, come into tomorrow’s game having lost their last two matches however, being narrowly defeated 1-0 by Wrexham on Bank Holiday Monday before suffering a 2-1 loss against Barrow on Saturday.


Striker Matt Harrold will be pushing for his first O’s start having notched on his debut appearance after coming off the bench against Guiseley.

Midfielder Alex Lawless is available once again after missing out last Saturday due to a hip flexor injury, and the 32-year-old will be looking to regain his place in the starting line-up at Meadow Park.

First Team Captain Charlie Lee is the O’s only long-term absentee after suffering a knee injury in training in August.


Head Coach Steve Davis ahead of the trip to Meadow Park – here.

Defender Joe Widdowson on tomorrow’s clash at Boreham Wood – here.


The Club have sold over 1000 tickets ahead of tomorrow’s National League encounter. 

There will be two cash turnsitles in operation from 1.30pm for O’s supporters to purchase tickets in the away end, which can be accessed via the Brook Road Car Park.

  Terrace or seating
Adults £18
Senior £13
Under 16 £8
Under 12 £4


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Audio commentary will be available through the match centre which will appear at the top of the homepage from tomorrow morning, with commentary starting 30 minutes before kick-off.

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