As it’s the First Round of the Carabao Cup, the game will be settled on the night, and if the scores are level at full-time, a penalty shoot out will decide the winner.
Ahead of your return tonight, we ask you to take a read of our Supporter Code of Conduct, to help you understand the protocols in place on a match day.
Tickets for the game are available online, or from the West Stand ticket office on Oliver Road.
E-Tickets are available to purchase up until kick-off on Wednesday and can be downloaded straight to your phone for scanning at the turnstiles.
Tickets purchased for collection before 5.30pm will be available for collection from West Stand Collections Kiosk.
Physical tickets booked after this time will need to be collected from one of the windows.
Tickets will be on sale before the game to both home and away supporters, payable by card only.
Pin badges for Season Card holders are available to collect before or after the match from the Ticket Office windows.
An improved range of gluten free and vegetarian food is on offer now around the ground too.
Gluten free burgers and hotdogs are available in the South Stand, whilst gluten-free hotdogs and nachos will be available across the rest of the stadium. Gluten free chips are also available upon request.
For vegetarians, the root vegetable pie is available, as well as the nachos, whilst a vegan Tuscan bean pie is also available.
Hot drinks are available across the ground from our new hot beverage partner Stirz, with Tea, Coffee, Cappuccinos, Lattes, Hot Chocolate and Bovril all available from £1.50.
Our first programme of the season sees new signing Paul Smyth take to the front of the programme, as the Northern Irishman goes up against his former club.
Smyth talks all things Orient, QPR and the desire to kick on this season under the guidance of Kenny Jackett.
Tonight’s programme is £3, and is on sale around the ground – where the sellers will be taking cash only.
The club will be moving to a cashless way of paying for programmes in the near future.