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The O’s travel to the Cardiff City Stadium this Saturday to take on Newport County. Kick-off is scheduled for 1pm.

Orient have drawn their last two fixtures against Stevenage and Scunthorpe but will be looking to return to winning ways this weekend.

Tristan Abrahams will be unavailable to feature, as Newport are his parent club. James Brophy will serve the first match of a two game suspension after picking up another booking against Scunthorpe.

The Exiles

Newport’s winning streak came to an end on Tuesday night when Port Vale beat them 2-1 at Vale Park. Prior to the defeat Michael Flynn’s men recorded wins against Morecambe, Bradford and Colchester.

The Exiles currently sit 5th in the league standings, four point adrift of the automatic promotion places.

The Officials

Andrew Laver and Robert Dabbs
Fourth Official : Michael Begley

Barrott officiated the O’s 1-0 win against Tranmere, back in October.

This season the referee has booked 63 players, sent-off four and awarded three penalties in 24 matches.

A word from the Gaffer

Listen to the Gaffer’s thoughts ahead of Orient’s trip to Wales.

Last Clash

The O’s came from behind to beat the Exiles in front of a limited crowd, at The Breyer Group Stadium. Take a closer look at Orient’s 2-1 victory, back in December.

How to follow

If you want to keep up to date with the action from The Breyer Group Stadium, Orient TV Passes are now available on the club website.

Orient Live is the new and only way to watch the O’s both home and away, with our new streaming service providing insight and analysis prior to kick-off, at half-time and following the final whistle.

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