The O’s are back in action tomorrow afternoon when they welcome Solihull Moors to The Breyer Group Stadium in National League action.
Justin Edinburgh’s men come in to this fixture on the back of a hard-fought 0-1 win away at Chesterfield’s Proact Stadium.
Tim Flowers’ Solihull currently sit a spot below the O’s level on 16 points having picked up five wins, two losses and a draw so far this season.
Last time out, Solihull Moors were involved in a dramatic 1-2 win over Barrow AFC. Luke Maxwell and Adi Yussuf struck within six minutes of full-time before Barrow’s Tyler Smith scored an injury time consolation.
Edinburgh will be without midfielder Dale Gorman as he was called up to represent Northern Ireland U21’s in their upcoming fixtures against Luxembourg and Spain.
James Alabi serves the last of his three-game suspension tonight, as full-back Sam Ling recovers from an ankle injury that may see him return to action in time for the weekend.
Head Coach Justin Edinburgh following Saturday's victory at Chesterfield - Here
James Dayton's reaction after scoring the winner against Chesterfield - Here
The referee for tomorrow’s game will be Josh Smith. This will be Smith’s second National League appointment, his first came in Bromley’s 4-0 victory over Havant & Waterlooville where he brandished six yellow cards.
Ticket information regarding the Solihull Moors fixture can be found here.
It is a great pleasure to welcome our Match Ball sponsors Viridor for the second time this season to They Breyer Group Stadium tonight, for our fixture against Solihull Moors.
Viridor will be hosting a table in the 1881 suite, enjoying a 3-course meal, before heading down to the pitch for a photo with the captains and officials on the pitch. At the end of the game they will have a picture with the O’s Man of the Match and will receive a signed ball.
Viridor gives the worlds resources a new life. Whether those resources are collected by their vehicles from a primary school in Kent or delivered into their Energy Recovery Facilities in Cardiff or Runcorn, they transform waste into the items and energy that our society will need tomorrow. Thank you for your support Mark and the Viridor team.
Match Ball Sponsorships are still available for selected games during the season, for more information please contact Josh Stephens – email@example.com
We are also excited to announce our first Goal of the Month for the Season, sponsored by Ethos.
Can’t make the game? Follow live updates through the official Twitter feed, or listen to audio commentary from Dave Victor on Ozone.
Audio commentary will be available through the match centre which will appear at the top of the leytonorient.com homepage, with commentary starting 30 minutes before kick-off.
Match report and reaction following the game will appear on leytonorient.com.