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27 February 2017

Darren Sarll’s men will be looking to notch up another win on Tuesday Night as a six game unbeaten run has thrust Boro into contention…


Leyton Orient

Sky Bet League 2

Tuesday 28th February 2017

The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage, SG2 8RH

Kick-off: 7:45pm


Referee: Charles Breakspear


Ticket News:


Saturday is a Category A game so advance prices range from £4 to £22. Tickets are available at these prices until 5pm today in the club shop or online until 11:59pm tonight.


Home & away tickets will also be available on all cash turnstiles at the below match day prices. 


West Stand (home fans)/South Stand (away fans):


Adult - £24

Concession - £21

U22 - £16

U16 - £12

U12 - £10


East Terrace and North Terrace (home fans):


Adult - £20

Concession - £18

U22 - £12

U16 - £8

U12 - £6


Team news:


There are not too many injury worries for Darren Sarll ahead of tomorrow night’s game. Ronnie Henry and Steve Schumacher are both doubts after missing Saturday’s win at Crewe and other than Jamie Jones’ suspension; the manager should have a strong squad to choose from.


Orient’s season so far...


It has been a campaign to forget for Orient so far, currently three points adrift from safety. Ever since reaching the League One Play-Off final a few seasons ago, off the field issues and a multitude of managerial changes seemed to have had a destabilising effect on the club and the team.


In the lower reaches of the division for most of the season, Orient pulled off a shock win at Plymouth two weeks ago which looked like it may give them the belief needed to start a charge up the table. Since then though, successive home defeats to Notts County and Cheltenham have been a cruel reminder of their current plight.


However, Leyton Orient have more often than not got the better of Boro over the years with only one victory to show for against them in the league.


Wycombe's recent results:


Leyton Orient 0-1 Cheltenham (League Two)

Leyton Orient 2-3 Notts County (League Two)

Plymouth 2-3 Leyton Orient (League Two)

Yeovil 1-1 Leyton Orient (League Two)

Leyton Orient 0-1 Morecambe (League Two)

Leyton Orient 1-2 Carlisle (League Two)


The last time we met:


Boro have already lost twice to the O’s this season, a 3-0 defeat in Sky Bet League Two followed by a 3-1 defeat in the Checkatrade Trophy, both at the Matchroom Stadium.



Betting with Sky Bet:


Stevenage are 4/5 favourites with league sponsors, Sky Bet.


Feeling confident? We are 2/1 to win by more than one goal. In the goalscorer market it would be difficult to look past Matty Godden who is 4/1 to be first goalscorer and 9/2 to score a brace.


Sign up to SkyBet through any of the attached links and the club will benefit financially from your bets!


Live commentary, social media & online coverage:


Can’t make it? Fans can listen to the game anywhere in the world on our Boro Player HD service where Steve Watkins will be leading the commentary as usual.


Our Twitter page is the place to be on a matchday as we provide live minute-by-minute updates along with all the up-to-date info and key content.

 

Full post-match reaction and highlights will be available on our Boro PlayerHD and YouTube platforms.



 


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