Information on the O's trip to Huish Park tomorrowThe O’s are on the road as Danny Webb looks to record his first win as manager at Yeovil Town tomorrow.
Following last weekend’s 2-1 home loss to Carlisle United, Webb saw Orient lose 1-0 at home to Morecambe in midweek.
Two solid performances have gone unrewarded so far, with Paul Mullin’s second half strike proving to be the only goal that separated the sides.
Orient come into the game in 23rd spot in League Two, while Yeovil find themselves in 15th spot with 36 points from their 29 games to date.
The Glovers drew 1-1 with Hartlepool United in their last encounter as Matt Dolan’s 69th minutes saw Darren Way’s side pick up a point having gone behind to Padraig Amond’s 64th minute strike.
At home they have picked up 24 points, winning seven and drawing three, while defeats have come against Morecambe (1-0), Blackpool (3-0), Hartlepool United (2-1), Barnet (1-0) and Doncaster (3-0).
AHEAD OF THE GAME
Orient boss Danny Webb on tomorrow’s trip to Yeovil Town – here
Goalkeeper Sam Sargeant on his return to Huish Park, the scene of his first-team debut – here
Defender Callum Kennedy remains a doubt for the O’s have coming off in the 2-1 home loss to Carlisle United on Saturday with a thigh strain.
Midfielder Liam Kelly came off the bench in Tuesday’s 1-0 defeat to Morecambe, and is pushing for a start, while Paul McCallum will travel with the squad as he looks to regain full fitness from a knee injury picked up at Mansfield Town.
The club are still waiting for news on whether winger Jordan Green will be available to the O’s after registration issues prevented him from being involved against Carlisle United and Morecambe.
Jens Janse and Aron Pollock also remain unavailable through injury.
SKY BET BETTING (correct at the time of writing)
The O’s are fighting for their lives near the foot of the Sky Bet League Two standings and can be backed at 100/30 as they look to pick up their first win of the calendar year at Yeovil on Saturday.
The hosts are odds-on favourites for victory at 17/20, while the draw is on offer at 5/2.
Yeovil emerged 2-1 winners in the corresponding fixture earlier in the season and it's 7/4 for the home side to win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 this time around. Both teams to score in both halves is a 22/1 shot, with Yeovil at 8/13 to be the last team to find the net.
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Match report and reaction following the game will appear on leytonorient.com.