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14 October 2017 Venue Victoria Road Attendance

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Dagenham and Redbridge
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Leyton Orient

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Match Previews

PREVIEW: Dagenham & Redbridge v Leyton Orient

13 October 2017

The O’s make the short journey to Victoria Road tomorrow (kick-off 3pm) as we face Dagenham & Redbridge in the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round.

Orient come into the game having secured a point in the 2-2 draw away to Barrow AFC last weekend. 

The O’s took the lead in the 19th minute through David Mooney but were pegged back four minutes later through Bedsente Gomis. Craig Clay scrambled home from close range in the 27th minute but a Jordan White goal five minutes before the interval meant the points were shared.

Dagenham & Redbridge have started the National League season well, sitting in 6th position with six wins, six draws and three defeats.

The Daggers were left frustrated last week as a Regan Charles-Cook strike from distance in the 78th minute ensured a defeat away to high-flying Woking.

John Still’s side finished in 4th position last season before losing out to Forest Green Rovers in the play-off semi-final.

TEAM NEWS

New signing Zain Westbrook, who joined on a 93-day-loan from Brentford FC on Wednesday, has been granted permission by his parent club to play in the FA Cup and will hope to make his debut.

The O’s will definitely be with Mark Ellis and James Brophy, both of whom have not been provided permission by their parent clubs to play for the Club in the FA Cup this season.

Striker Matt Harrold missed the 2-2 draw at Barrow on Saturday with a calf injury, and the forward is set for a few weeks on the sidelines.

IN THE BUILD UP

Head Coach Steve Davis ahead of tomorrow’s encounter - here.

New signing Zain Westbrooke previews this weekend’s clash - here.

TICKETS

The Club have sold 734 tickets ahead of tomorrow’s trip to the Victoria Road. 

Supporters will be able to purchase a limited number of tickets from Dagenham & Redbridge tomorrow, with prices as follows:

 Adults £15
Concessions £10
10-16 Years £5
Under 10s with a full paying adult £1

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: Dagenham & Redbridge 0-0 Leyton Orient

Goalless in FA Cup tie

14 October 2017

Orient will host Dagenham & Redbridge in a Fourth Qualifying Round replay on Tuesday night after drawing 0-0 at Victoria Road.

The O’s made three changes to the side that drew at Barrow last weekend, as Dan Happe, Myles Judd and James Dayton came into the starting XI. The trio replaced the loan pairing of Mark Ellis and James Brophy who hadn’t been granted permission to play in the FA Cup by their parent teams, whilst Jobi McAnuff was rested.

It was Dagenham who got the game underway and following a cagey opening few minutes Orient goalkeeper Charlie Grainger was forced into his first save of the afternoon as he held onto a low strike from Morgan Ferrier.

Ferrier’s physical presence was a handful from the start and the forward then played a big role in the Daggers next opportunity as his low cross was deflected away by Joe Widdowson before dropping into the path of Charlee Adams who saw his shot blocked for a corner.

Widdowson was coming up against his former side for the first time since joining the O’s in the summer, and the Orient man was operating once again on the left side of a back three with Dan Happe in the centre and Jamie Sendles-White on the right.

Having held on during the opening 20 minutes which had seen the Daggers push forward for that opening goal, the O’s were left in their head in the hands wondering how they didn’t take the lead in the 24th minute.

Craig Clay’s cross was met well by Macauley Bonne who directed his header beyond the reach of Mark Cousins, only for his effort to bounce back off the crossbar and into the path of David Mooney who suffered a similar fate by being denied by the woodwork.

Three minutes later the hosts responded with a chance of their own as Ferrier bullied his way into the box and cut inside before seeing his shot strongly parried away by Grainger.

As the half wore on both sides saw chances limited in what proved to be a strong battle in the middle of the park, though with five minutes remaining Corey Whitely’s corner caused brief panic as it curled just wide of the far post with Grainger appealing for a foul.

After going into the interval goalless, both sides returned for the second half unchanged and it was Dagenham who had the first chance of the half when Elliott Romain headed wide from a Jake Howells free-kick.

Whitely then spurned a chance with a free-kick in a good position that he curled over the bar, before Grainger pulled off a good stop to push Romain’s header wide for a corner.

With just over an hour played Orient then had a great opportunity to break the deadlock, as Myles Judd brilliantly kept a move alive on the left before pulling it back to James Dayton who delivered a cross into the box which was headed over by Bonne.

Moments later Orient were forced into their first substitution, with midfielder Alex Lawless being forced off through injury and replaced by Romuald Boco on the 66th minute.

Both sides continued to push forward for that elusive first goal, and it was the Daggers who came the closest though Whitely as the midfielder fired wide on two separate occasions with efforts outside the box.

With two minutes remaining Zain Westbrooke was handed his debut when he replaced Jake Caprice for the final few minutes, and with stoppage time looming there was a second Orient debut as second-year scholar Ruel Sotiriou came on in place of Mooney for his professional debut.

Five minutes stoppage time was played but neither side was able to snatch a winner in stoppage time, meaning both sides will meet again on Tuesday night (October 17) for the Fourth Qualifying Round Replay.

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE: Cousins, Ling, Doe (C), Robson, Lokko, Howells, Boucaud, Adams, Whitely (Howell 90+3), Ferrier (Bloomfield 74), Romain
SUBS: Chapman, Nunn, Robinson, Okinabirhie, Ngala
GOALS:
BOOKED:

ORIENT: Grainger, Caprice (Westbrooke 88), Sendles-White, Happe, Widdowson, Judd, Clay, Lawless (Boco 66), Dayton, Mooney (C) (Sotiriou 90), Bonne
SUBS: Sargeant, Clark, Ochieng, Dalby
GOALS:
BOOKED: Sendles-White (11), Lawless (49)

REFEREE: Thomas Bramall
ATTENDANCE: 2,529 (911)

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Ticket News

TICKETS: Dagenham & Redbridge - Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round

4 October 2017

Emirates FA Cup – Fourth Qualifying Round
Dagenham & Redbridge v Leyton Orient
Saturday October 14 2017.  Kick Off 3pm (TBC)

Tickets for this fixture go on sale to Season Ticket Holders only at a rate of one ticket per person on Friday, October 6 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. Telephone bookings will not be taken for this event.

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. You will also be able to purchase for your friends and family if you know their correct customer number and surname.

Season Ticket Holders have until 4.30pm on Wednesday, October 11 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 Thursday, October 12.

Tickets will go off sale on Friday, October 13 at 4.30pm and any tickets uncollected at this time will be taken to Victoria Road for collection on matchday.

Prices for this match are as follows:

 

Seating

Adults

£15

Concessions

£10

10-16 Years

£5

Under 10s with a full paying adult

£1

The Ticket Office will extend its opening hours on Monday and Thursday evening until 7.30pm in order to assist customers with in person sales.

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