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INFO: Walsall

27 September 2013

All the information from tickets to injury new

Form: The Saddlers have enjoyed a strong start to the season and currently lie just outside the play-off places in eighth. Dean Smith’s side visit E10 in good form on the back of three positive results having secured very impressive away victories at Crewe and Wolves before grabbing a point against high-flying Rotherham last weekend.

Injuries: After naming an unchanged side for the past seven games Russell Slade could be forced into a number of changes for this weekend’s tie. Scott Cuthbert (hip) is likely to sit out whilst Jayden Stockley is also unlikely to play a part after a knock in training. Mathieu Baudry still has a problem with his gashed eye which has become infected and Shaun Batt has been suffering with a virus and is also a doubt. 

One To Watch: After losing last season’s top-scorer Will Grigg to Brentford over the summer, forward Craig Westcarr has been tasked with the job of firing the goals for the Saddlers this campaign. The former Notts County man has started the season in good form and grabbed a double against Crewe two weeks ago.

The Bookies: Unsurprisingly, Football League sponsors Sky Bet have made the O’s 4/5 favourites to continue their fantastic winning start to the season. Walsall are priced at 7/2 to become the first team to beat Orient this season with the draw priced at 5/2. For a full list of Orient specials from Sky Bet click here 

Tickets: Normal home ticket prices apply which can be found here and cash turnstiles for home fans will be in operation in the South Stand. 

If you wish to purchase a ticket for the West or North Stand then you need to buy them before the game from the West Stand Ticket Office on Oliver Road.

Cash turnstiles for home supporters in the South stand and one in the East Stand.

SUFTO ticket collections from West stand ticket office 10am – 12 noon and East Stand ticket office from 12.30pm until 2pm.

Anyone wishing to purchase an additional ticket to go with SUFTO tickets should do so in advance to avoid queuing on the day.

The Baskin Robbins North Family stand is filling up quickly so supporters are advised to purchase prior to matchday to ensure they are not disappointed.  If there are any problems when booking their junior tickets, please contact the ticket office at e.freeman@leytonorient.net

If you have pre-ordered a ticket and are collecting it then you can do so from the ticket kiosk which is adjacent to gate 8 of the West Stand, near the Ticket Office on Oliver Road.

If you have a Gallery ticket then it’ll be available for collection at Reception in the West Stand. 

If you have a hospitality dining package, then you should also enter through Reception from 12:30pm


Club Shop: The Superstore will be open before the game and for 30 minutes after the final whistle. 

Getting Here: The central line has engineering works this weekend so trains will not be stopping at Leyton. Leyton Midland overground station is approximately a 15 minute walk for the ground whilst Leyton is a served by a raft of local buses. The club postcode is E10 5NF for satnav users.

Programme: The new design 68-page programme will be on-sale for £3 from the sellers inside the ground near the stadium entrances and includes a mini pull-out programme for children. If you are unable to purchase one during the game then all unsold programmes will be available to buy in the Club Shop after the match.

Match Sponsors: UEL SportsDock will be Match Sponsors for the game with Quilters Fitness as Matchball Sponsors.

Charity Collection: Before the game, we welcome volunteers from Richard House Children’s Hospice who have been invited by today’s Match Sponsors, UEL SportsDock to rattle their fundraising buckets ahead of kick off. The money raised by supporters will go towards the hospice, which helps provide care and support for sick children and their families across East London so please give generously.
  
Soccer Sevens: Pre-match action on the SCORE centre 3G with schools from across the region competing in the first Soccer Sevens event of the season before the children join us to watch the game. 
Half Time Competition: Courtesy of Match Sponsors UEL SportsDock, there will be a special competition on the pitch at half time with two lucky fans selected on the day of the game. Former Orient goalkeeper, Paul Hyde, will be joining us on the day and will be in goal for the competition as the two fans go head to head in a penalty competition, with the winners picking up a free membership to the world class facility at the UEL SportsDock.


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