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Head Coach Justin Edinburgh oversaw a 1-2 win away at Havant & Waterlooville last weekend with a goal in each half from Jordan Maguire-Drew and Josh Coulson ensured the O’s took three points back to E10.

Barrow come into tonight’s fixture on the back of a disappointing 3-1 defeat against Barnet last weekend.

Kyle Jameson’s late consolation wasn’t enough to spark a comeback for the Bluebirds as Elliott Johnson, Shaq Coulthirst and a Dan Janes own goal had set the Bees up for victory.

The last time the two sides met, the game produced four goals. Jack Hindle’s opener saw Barrow take the lead before Macauley Bonne’s second-half brace gave the O’s the advantage.

Five minutes from time, the visitors snatched a point through Raul Correia who poked home from close range following a scramble inside Dean Brill’s box.


Following Saturday’s victory at Havant & Waterlooville Justin Edinburgh revealed that Myles Judd will be out for the remainder of the season with a Hamstring injury which he sustained in training.

Edinburgh also stated James Dayton would be in contention for the squad that travels to Holker Street tonight.


Tonight’s referee is Andrew Miller, he will be assisted by Darren Strain and Stephen Dial with James Sheppard as the fourth official. Miller hasn’t taken charge of either team this term but has 15 National League games under his belt so far. Ahead of tonight’s fixture, the Durham born official has handed out 44 yellow cards, two red cards and four penalties.


Tonight’s game is being live-streamed for our international O’s, information on how to sign up can be found here.

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