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16 December 2017 Venue Coles Park Attendance

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Match Previews

PREVIEW: Haringey Borough v Leyton Orient

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The O’s make the trip to Coles Park Stadium tomorrow (kick-off 3pm) as they visit Haringey Borough in the Buildbase FA Trophy First Round.

Justin Edinburgh’s side enjoyed an emphatic 4-1 victory over league leaders Sutton United in the Vanarama National League last weekend.

Macauley Bonne opened the scoring from the penalty spot after seven minutes before Matt Harrold headed home on the 54th minute. Bonne then added a second nine minutes from time, though Sutton were able to pull a goal back through Tommy Wright two minutes later.

Edinburgh's first home game was sealed on the 86th minute however as James Dayton fired home a fourth for the O's.


Haringey Borough arrive in the FA Trophy First Round, having entered the competition in the Preliminary Round in October.

The Bostik North side beat Thame United in the Third Qualifying Round, with goals from Jordan Edwards, Anthony McDonald and Michael Ademiluyi securing a 3-1 win.

Tony Loizou’s men are currently sat in 7th place in the Bostik North, with 10 wins, four draws and four defeats from 18 matches.

TEAM NEWS

Justin Edinburgh may include defender Josh Coulson in the matchday squad after he returned to full training following a lengthy spell out with a groin injury.

Furthermore, defender Jamie Sendles-White is available once again following suspension and could be involved tomorrow.



However, one player the O's will be without is Michael Clark who has joined East Thurrock United on a one-month loan.

IN THE BUILD UP

Head Coach Justin Edinburgh ahead of tomorrow’s encounter - here.



Forward Macauley Bonne previews this weekend’s clash - here.

TICKETS

The Club has sold 517 tickets ahead of tomorrow's trip to Coles Park. Haringey Borough have confirmed that tickets will be available on the turnstiles, with a Club record attendance already assured.



Tickets are priced as follows:

Adults £7
Concessions (Senior Citizens, Students 16+) £3
Under 16 FOC (proof of age will be required)

COVERAGE

Can’t make the game? Follow live updates through the official Twitter feed, or listen to audio commentary from Dulcet Dave on Ozone.

Audio commentary will be available through the match centre which will appear at the top of the leytonorient.com homepage, with commentary starting 30 minutes before kick-off.

Match report and reaction following the game will appear on leytonorient.com.

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Match Reports

REPORT: Haringey Borough 1-2 Leyton Orient

Harrold heads Orient into Second Round

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Second half goals from Josh Coulson and Matt Harrold ensured Orient progressed to the FA Trophy Second Round with a 2-1 victory at Haringey Borough.

Michael Ademiluyi had handed the hosts a fifth minute lead with a low strike, but after trailing at the break Orient responded through Coulson who volleyed home on the 58th minute.

The game was then turned on its head 11 minutes from time, as Harrold came off the bench to score with his first touch and head Orient into the next round.

On the back of last weekend’s 4-1 victory at home to Sutton United in the league, Justin Edinburgh made two changes to the starting XI as David Mooney came in for Matt Harrold and Dan Happe dropped to the bench in place of Josh Coulson who returned from a groin injury to make his first appearance since September 23.

Jamie Sendles-White also returned to the bench, but the O’s remained without Jake Caprice who served the final game of a three-match suspension.

With a record crowd in attendance at Coles Park, Orient got the FA Trophy tie underway but following a cagey opening few minutes fell behind on the fifth minute when Michael Ademiluyi broke free and drilled a low shot beyond the reach of Dean Brill.

Macauley Bonne then went in search of an immediate equaliser when a cross dropped into his path inside the area, but despite connecting well with the strike Rakim Richards bravely blocked the effort.

Former O Harrison Georgiou then touched wide an Anthony McDonald cross on the 12th minute, before Bonne squandered two chances in as many minutes when he first fired over from a David Mooney knockdown and then glanced a header over the bar.

A brilliant cross from James Dayton then presented Mooney with a great chance to level on the 20th minute, but the Irishman who only direct his header wide of the post.

Both sides continued to exchange chances and McDonald soon followed up with an effort which flew wide, and with just under 15 minutes of the half remaining Orient had a wonderful chance to equalise when Mooney slipped in Dayton but the midfielder’s strike was parried away by Ashley Harris.

Brill had been a spectator for much of the half but with 34 minutes on the clock had to be at the top of his game to get down low to his left and superbly tip a McDonald effort wide after the winger had done well inside the box.

Orient penalty appeals were then waved away soon after as Mooney went down under the challenge of Quba Gordan and the final chance of the half fell to Bonne who saw his header well held by Harris from a Dayton free-kick as the O’s went into the break a goal down.

Following the interval the O’s returned to the field unchanged, and within three minutes of the restart a Joe Widdowson cross was glanced over by Bonne as they went in search of an equaliser.

Craig Clay then rifled an effort inches over the bar on the 52nd minute, and as the O’s upped the pressure Bonne directed a header straight at Harris after Alex Lawless had regained possession well inside the hosts half.

Orient’s pressure was then rewarded on the 58th minute as they finally found a way beyond Harris to equalise.

Captain Jobi McAnuff whipped in a corner towards the far post which found the returning Josh Coulson, and the defender made no mistake by rifling home his first goal for the Club in off the bar before sprinting straight over to the O’s medical staff to celebrate.
The goal proved to be Coulson’s final involvement in the tie, as a minute later he was replaced by Dan Happe in a like-for-like change.

Having found an equaliser, the O’s then turned their focus on grabbing a second, and Bonne headed wide before Clay saw a low effort tipped wide by Harris.

Clay then looked to have given Orient the lead on the 68th minute when he curled a brilliant strike beyond Harris who was left rooted to the spot, but the ball crashed back off the post to deny the midfielder.

Haringey then announced a record attendance of 1,133 at Coles Park, almost trebling their previous best of 401.

With just over 10 minutes remaining Head Coach Justin Edinburgh introduced Matt Harrold in place of Lawless, and within seconds of his introduction the forward restored the O’s lead as he got on the end of a McAnuff corner to head home with his first touch.

Harrold’s impact had turned the game in Orient’s favour, and with three minutes remaining the game could have been sealed when McAnuff let fly from outside the area but his low strike whistled wide of the post.

As the clock ticked down Haringey reverted to a more direct approach, and a long throw from Lauren Luke saw Jordan Edwards connect with a header which needed to be tipped over by Brill for a corner.

Seconds later another long throw from captain David Olufemi presented Gordon with a chance, but his header was straight at Brill who gratefully held the attempt.

Five minutes stoppage time was then shown by the fourth official, but the O’s were able to see of late pressure from the hosts to book their place in the Second Round.

HARINGEY BOROUGH: Harris, Olufemi (C), Mitchell (Edwards 81), Gordon, O’Donoghue, Ademiluyi, Hervel, Richards (Luke HT), McDonald, Georgiou (Heather 73), Benjamin
SUBS: Byfield, Coley
GOALS: Ademiluyi (5)
BOOKED: Georgiou (57)

ORIENT: Brill, Judd, N’Gala, Coulson (Happe 59), Widdowson, McAnuff (C), Lawless (Harrold 79), Clay, Dayton (Sendles-White 90+3), Mooney, Bonne
SUBS: Grainger, Koroma
GOALS: Coulson (58), Harrold (79)
BOOKED: Judd (65), Mooney (83)

REFEREE: Gary Parsons
ATTENDANCE: 1,133

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Ticket News

TICKETS: Haringey Borough (A)

1 December 2017

Buildbase FA Trophy First Round
Haringey Borough v Leyton Orient
Saturday December 16 2017.  Kick Off 3pm

Tickets for this ALL-TICKET fixture go on sale to Season Ticket Holders only at a rate of one ticket per person on Monday, December 04 at 9.30am.  This policy will be strictly enforced as the number of season ticket holders exceeds the number of match tickets available.

Tickets will be available online using the tickets menu at leytonorient.com or in person.

To purchase online, supporters must log in using their correct season ticket record – if you are unsure what this is, or have any problems, please contact the ticket office at e.freeman@leytonorient.net and we will confirm/reset your log in details.

As always, tickets will be available on the day of a home game up until 1 hour prior to kick off and then again after the conclusion of the match.

Season Ticket Holders have until close of business on Saturday, December 09 to purchase their ticket. 

Any tickets remaining after this time will go on general sale from 9.30am at a rate of one per customer on Monday, December 11.

Tickets will go off sale on Friday, December 15 at 4.30pm and any tickets uncollected at this time will be taken for collection at Haringey Borough on matchday.

Prices for this match are the same for seating or standing, however due to the limited number of seats available, these will be restricted to older supporters and those unable to stand for long periods:

Adults £7
Concessions (Senior Citizens, Students 16+) £3
Under 16 FOC (proof of age will be required

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