PREVIEW: Exeter City (A)

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Leyton Orient travel to face Exeter City on the back of a much needed victory, against Grimsby town, on Tuesday night.

Jobi McAnuff was appointed Interim Manager last Sunday and the former O’s Captain got his managerial career off to a perfect start at Blundell Park. Dan Happe scored from the bench in the 20th minute and helped the team keep a clean sheet – Orient’s 12th of the season.

The Grecians

Matt Taylor’s side come into the game in mixed form, having won two, drawn two and lost one in their previous five matches. With 47 points on the board, Exeter sit five points ahead of Orient in 9th place.

E10 Extra

The latest episode of E10 Extra features Tuesday night’s match winner, Dan Happe, Jobi McAnuff and a deep dive into our opposition, Exeter City.


The Officials

Daniel Flynn and Christopher Wade
Fourth Official: Brett Huxtable

Breakspear last officiated the O’s back in November when Charlton beat Orient 3-1. This season the referee has been involved in 23 fixtures, booking 89 players, sending off six and awarding 13 penalties.

A word from the Gaffer

Interim Manager, Jobi McAnuff looks ahead to the trip to Exeter.

Last Clash

Conor Wilkinson’s opener was cancelled out by Jake Taylor’s equaliser. Check out the highlights below.

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