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Match Preview: Leyton Orient vs Stevenage

9 March 2021

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Boro are on the road tonight, as we prepare to maintain our unbeaten run in Sky Bet League Two against managerless Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road...

Last time out, Boro made it two home wins in a week, beating the in-form Harrogate Town 1-0 through a scintillating second-half goal from Elliott List. This result means Alex Revell's side are now 15th in League Two and unbeaten in six, keeping four consecutive clean sheets in the process. 
After the game, Revell stated "Football is about winning, and we were nott doing it enough. We are improving that and we now have to work on these patterns, believe in what we are doing a bit more, then we will win even more.
We have got this real togetherness which I believe is the strongest we have had for some time and we are now seeing the rewards from that. I want to see this club grow from this, but my plans are now for the next game. We’ll just build like that and then we can have a real idea of what we can do next year."
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After sacking Ross Embleton last month, Leyton Orient are now managed by interim boss Jobi McAnuff who has already played 33 times for Orient this campaign, scoring three goals.
Orient currently occupy 14th place in League Two and last time out, McAnuff's side fell to defeat against Exter City, losing 4-0 courtesy of a Matt Jay hat-trick and a Joel Randall strike.
A win would see Boro overtake the O's, with Stevenage's last victory against Tuesday's hosts coming in a 4-1 win at the Lamex Stadium in 2017 with goals from Ben Kennedy, Matt Godden, Luke Wilkinson and Tom Pett. 
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Chris Lines picked up a slight knock in Saturday's win, with Alex Revell making limited changes in Boro's last three outings.
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