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THE INFO: Tranmere (H)

25 April 2014

All the info from tickets to details about the lap of honour

LAP OF HONOUR: The players and staff will embark on a lap of honour at the end of the game to show their appreciation for your support in the last home game of the regular season ahead of the play-offs. 

FORM: Orient are looking to get two bad results over Easter out of their system and return to winning ways against Tranmere. Despite defeat to Wolves in the last home game, there were plenty of positives that Russell Slade will be looking to build on ahead of the play-offs. The defeat also meant the O's dropped to fifth - their lowest position since the start of the season - and they will be keen to finish as high as possible.

For the visitors, the objectives are very different as they fight for their survival in League 1, one point above the drop zone. They are without a win in three though arrive in E10 fresh off the back of a very good point against Sheffield United. Ryan Lowe remains their talisman with 19 League goals to his name and remains their biggest threat.

TEAM NEWS: O's boss Russell Slade has doubts over Mathieu Baudry, Elliot Omozusi and Kevin Lisbie whilst Marvin Bartley continues his rehabilitation from a hamstring injury. 

For Tranmere: James Wallace and Jason Koumas are out, while Liam Ridehalgh, Ian Goodison, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Steve Jennings are all doubtful with knocks. 

TICKETS: There are still plenty available and there will be cash turnstiles in the South and East stand for home supporters. 

The North Stand is our family stand at the Matchroom Stadium and tickets need to be purchased in advance. 

Tickets for upcoming Orient away fixtures will be on-sale from the main Ticket Office until 2pm before the match and then again after the full-time whistle. For details of upcoming away tickets click here

For full ticket prices click here 

To purchase tickets online click here

HOSPITALITY: Guests should bring their tickets and arrive at the West Stand reception from 12:30pm

AWAY FANS: Away supporters will be situated in the East Stand on Brisbane Road

TRAVEL INFORMATION: For all the information about getting to The Matchroom Stadium visit as well as parking click here

Please note there is very limited parking in the surrounding area. 

SKY BET MATCH ODDS - Leyton Orient are the favourites with Sky Bet being priced at 5/6 with the visitors at 16/5 and a draw at 5/2.

For the full odds head to www.skybet.com/orient

PROGRAMME: The 68-page programme will be on sale throughout the ground inside the entrances priced at £3. It will also be available to buy in the Club Shop. Any remaining copies will be on sale in the shop after the game. Tomorrow's edition features all of the O's players recalling their favourite moment of the season as well as John Mackie's final column of the season. 


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