PREVIEW: Haringey Borough v Leyton Orient

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Justin Edinburgh’s side enjoyed an emphatic 4-1 victory over league leaders Sutton United in the Vanarama National League last weekend.

Macauley Bonne opened the scoring from the penalty spot after seven minutes before Matt Harrold headed home on the 54th minute. Bonne then added a second nine minutes from time, though Sutton were able to pull a goal back through Tommy Wright two minutes later.

Edinburgh’s first home game was sealed on the 86th minute however as James Dayton fired home a fourth for the O’s.

Haringey Borough arrive in the FA Trophy First Round, having entered the competition in the Preliminary Round in October.

The Bostik North side beat Thame United in the Third Qualifying Round, with goals from Jordan Edwards, Anthony McDonald and Michael Ademiluyi securing a 3-1 win.

Tony Loizou’s men are currently sat in 7th place in the Bostik North, with 10 wins, four draws and four defeats from 18 matches.


Justin Edinburgh may include defender Josh Coulson in the matchday squad after he returned to full training following a lengthy spell out with a groin injury.

Furthermore, defender Jamie Sendles-White is available once again following suspension and could be involved tomorrow.

However, one player the O’s will be without is Michael Clark who has joined East Thurrock United on a one-month loan.


Head Coach Justin Edinburgh ahead of tomorrow’s encounter – here.

Forward Macauley Bonne previews this weekend’s clash – here.


The Club has sold 517 tickets ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Coles Park. Haringey Borough have confirmed that tickets will be available on the turnstiles, with a Club record attendance already assured.

Tickets are priced as follows:

Adults £7
Concessions (Senior Citizens, Students 16+) £3
Under 16 FOC (proof of age will be required)


Can’t make the game? Follow live updates through the official Twitter feed, or listen to audio commentary from Dulcet Dave on Ozone.

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

Match report and reaction following the game will appear on