O's boss eager to maintain unbeaten away recordWhile things have not worked out for the O's on home turf so far this season, Orient manager Andy Hessenthaler is eager for his side to get back to winning ways at Notts County tomorrow.
From the four matches on their travels, Orient have picked up eight points with two wins and two draws, and while the home form has been disappointing by and large, Hessenthaler, is eager for the O's to erase the disappointment of last weekend's home loss to Yeovil Town.
John Sheridan's Magpies have also struggled at home so far this season as they are yet to pick up a win at Meadow Lane, and the Orient boss is eager to extend that winless run with an improved performance from his side.
Hessenthaler was also delighted to learn the injury to Nicky Hunt suffered last weekend was not as bad as first feared after leaving the stadium on crutches, however, he is unsure whether the 33-year-old will be fit enough for this weekend's encounter.
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