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PREVIEW & INFO: Hull City

27 August 2013

All the information form injuries to ticket details ahead of tonight's 7:45pm kick-off

FORM

Newly promoted Hull City have made a solid start to life in the Premier League having won 1-0 against Norwich on Saturday after an opening weekend 2-0 defeat to Chelsea.
 
TEAM NEWS

For the Tigers Steve Bruce looks set to ring the changes and give a number of players the chance to impress. Definitely out of the running for game time tonight are Yannick Sagbo (suspended), Stephen Quinn (hamstring) and Abdoulaye Faye (calf), but a number of others are likely to be given a first run-out of the season.

Paul McShane, Joe Dudgeon, Nick Proschwitz and Matty Fryatt will be amongst those hoping for a chance with a place in the third round of the competition at stake.

For the O’s Shaun Batt is a doubt after missing out at the weekend but Marvin Bartley has been allowed to play if selected by his parent club Burnley. 

TICKETS

Tickets are priced as follows...

Adults                                           £15.00 
Concessions                                  £10.00 
Under 18                                       £5.00 

Gallery Adult                                 £25.00 
Gallery Concession                        £15.00 


Cash turnstiles will be in operation in the West and South stand for home supporters.

Away supporters will be situated in the North stand.

NO £5 junior tickets are available from turnstiles.  These can only be purchased from West Stand Ticket Office (home supporters) and East Stand Ticket Office (away supporters) with proof of age.  All juniors under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

CAN'T MAKE IT?

Follow the action minute-by-minute on our live blog on www.leytonorient.com or Orient Player subscribers can get live commentary of the match with our commentator Dave Victor. 

PROGRAMMES

A 32-page programme will be on sale for £2 inside the ground which features a special interview with O’s legend Matt Lockwood who recalls the encounter with Hull in 2001.

Any unsold programmes will be available to buy from the Club Shop after the game. 


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