Last time out the O’s were frustrated by Colchester United at The Breyer Group Stadium, drawing 0-0. Hosts Carlisle United were beat 2-1 last Tuesday, as Odin Bailey scored the winner for Forest Green.
Chris Beech’s team have had a quiet start to the new year, with multiple fixtures being postponed because of weather conditions.
The Cumbrians are placed 6th in the league table, six points off the top of the summit of the pile, with four games in hand.
Referee: James Bell
Assistant Referees: Paul Graham and Ivan Stankovic
Fourth Official: Matthew Dicicco
Bell has never officiated a Leyton Orient fixture in his career.
The referee has been involved in 19 games so far this season, booking 59 players, sending off 6 players and awarding eight penalties.
A WORD FROM THE BOSS
Head Coach Ross Embleton spoke to Dave Victor following Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Colchester United.
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