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Betting: Stevenage vs Leyton Orient

30 January 2020

Simon O'Connor

Stevenage go into Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two fixture against Leyton Orient at The Lamex Stadium as favourites at 6/4…

Graham Westley has been active in the January transfer market by bringing in five players in a bid to climb off the bottom of the table and turn results around.

Boro to win and BTTS (both teams to score) has been price boosted by Sky Bet, the League’s Official Sponsor, from 4/1 to 5/1.

At least three goals have been scored in Stevenage’s last four games in the league with over 1.5 goals in the match backed at 4/11 - along with over 2.5 at Evens (1/1).

With the reinforcements that have been brought in this month, the team will be ready for the task ahead in grabbing that all important win. Boro to score 2+ is backed at 6/4.

The players will want to start the match strong and finish off the game in a commanding lead come full-time to ensure all three points to stay at The Lamex. Stevenage to win both halves is priced at 8/1.

Fancy a high earner? Charlie Carter to score first and Boro to win 3-1 is at 135/1.

Official league partners Sky Bet have countless markets for you to browse and as always, place your bets using our designated link which enables the club to receive a slice of your stake.

Make sure to also download the Sky Bet EFL Rewards App which is designed to help loyal supporters engage with their Club. Available on App Store and Google Play Store, the fan engagement app will give fans chances to win a range of prizes including match tickets and signed merchandise.

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Sky Bet Rewards App Key Features:

  • Document your Dedication - Track your support up and down the country to showcase exactly how much your club means to you. See personalised stats such as how many games you’ve made it to, how many goals you’ve seen your team score and your win percentage as a fan.
  • Unlock Achievements - Tell your fan story as you follow your team and build your stats to unlock digital achievements that prove your support of your team.
  • Earn Rewards – enhance your matchday experience by checking in at games you attend for the chance to win fantastic prizes such as tickets, signed shirts and exclusive EFL Club Experiences.
  • Fixtures, Results and League Tables – browse your club’s upcoming fixtures, past results and standing in the League table at the touch of a button.
  • Match Centre – stay up-to-date on matchday with team line-ups and real time key stats from every EFL fixture.
  • News – follow your latest club news and access exclusive Sky Bet EFL Content on the app homepage.

Remember to have automatic updates enabled so you are always up-to-date! You have to be 18+ to use the app. Click here to download the App.

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 0-3 Leyton Orient

1 February 2020

Jim Steele

Stevenage fell to a 3-0 defeat at home to Leyton Orient on Saturday as goals from Sotiriou (2) and Cisse sent the travelling visitors back to East London with all three points...

After Boro’s bright start to the game, it was the away side that went in front with their first chance at Paul Farman’s goal. Things went from bad to worst in the second half as two goals in the space of a few minutes meant for another difficult afternoon at The Lamex Staium.

Graham Westley made three changes to the midweek defeat away at Grimsby Town. David Parkhouse, Terence Vancooten and Dean Parrett replaced Simeon Jackson, Luther James-Wildin and Tyler Denton.

Stevenage started the afternoon as a team full of confidence in their approach to the game, with fast attacking movement and direct passing looking to stretch the opposition anytime they got the ball forward.

Boro had two clear-cut chances in the opening ten minutes when Parrett, who was on set-piece duties, found Jake Cassidy alone at the near post from a corner, but the striker just headed over in what could have been the perfect start for the home fans. Moments later, Carter, who was playing in-behind strikers Cassidy and Parkhouse, saw his low driven shot turned around for a corner by keeper Lawrence Vigouroux which was arrowing into the bottom left-hand corner.

With 20 minutes played, Cassidy surged into the Orient box and looked likely to grab the first goal, until his left-footed shot rolled into the path of Vigouroux. Minutes later, Boro were caught on the counter-attack and with their first shot on target, Ruel Sotiriou rattled his effort past Paul Farman to make it 1-0.

Stevenage replied with chances of their own as the atmosphere started to crank up around The Lamex Stadium. Charlie Lakin unleashed a shot from outside the area which moved in the air, and almost wrong footed the O’s keeper, before Parkhouse had Vigouroux scrambling across his goal to keep the away side ahead.

One minute was shown for added time as Parrett lined up a free-kick just over 20 yards from goal, but his strike hit the wall and deflected over the bar, as Orient going into the break on the right side of the score-line.

Boro started the second-half where they left off the first, with the majority of possession whilst looking to put Orient on the backfoot. Ben Nugent almost caught out the O’s keeper with a looping header from Parrett’s corner that almost found the back of the net inside the first five minutes of the restart.

But for all of Boro’s possession, it was the away side that went 3-0 up in the blink of an eye just after the hour mark. Josh Wright’s freekick was whipped in with conviction, allowing Ouesseynou Cisse at the back post to double their lead and shortly after, Sotiriou was able to bag his brace as Farman was caught out at his near post from a long-range effort.

Graham Westley then rang the changes to try and turn the team’s fortunes around, as Dan Kemp made his league debut replacing David Parkhouse, Joe Leesley replaced Terence Vancooten and Simeon Jackson came on for Captain Scott Cuthbert.

But the damage was already done as despite plenty of effort, a lack of quality was evident to all, as the score-line remained the same at the full-time whistle.

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Ticket News

Tickets: Stevenage vs Leyton Orient

29 January 2020

Stevenage Football Club returns to The Lamex Stadium on Saturday 1st February 2020 for the visit of Leyton Orient...

This fixture is the Club's designated Stevenage Community Trust Matchday, with the team wearing the Club's limited edition Third Shirt. A bucket collection will be taking place throughout the afternoon and all worn-match shirts will be signed and auctioned, with all proceeds going to charity.

Supporters who purchase their tickets Online or In-Advance of a match will qualify for cheaper, ‘Online/In-Advance' prices. Those purchasing in-person on the day of the match (Via the Ticket Office) will be subject to 'Matchday/In-Person' prices.

How to purchase your tickets...

When purchasing your tickets online from www.borotickets.co.uk, supporters have the following options:

  • E-Ticket: Once paid, supporters receive an email with their Ticket QR Code which they can either print at home or scan using their mobile device.
  • E-Ticket SMS: Once paid, supporters will receive a text message (10p cost) to get a SMS text message with link to tickets sent direct to their phone.
  • Delivery: Once paid, supporters will receive their tickets in the post via Royal Mail.

For those supporters who may not have access to digital devices, advance priced tickets are also available from the Club Shop in advance of a matchday.

The new North Stand is now open to the general public, with discounted rates available for Supporters Association Members via the Club Shop or Ticket Office. Non-SA Members can buy their tickets online.

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Please note, all tickets must be purchased before reaching the new Digital Turnstiles either online or from the West Stand Ticket Office. 

See the full price list below:

 

Adult OIA:

Adult MIP:

Conc OIA:

Conc MIP:

U18 OIA:

U18 MIP:

U12 OIA:

U12 MIP:

East:

£17

£20

£15

£17

£10

£12

£5

£5

West:

£22

£24

£20

£22

£14

£16

£8

£10

North:

£22

£24

£20

£22

£14

£16

£8

£10

North SA: 

£17

£20

£17

£19

£12

£14

£8

£8

Key: OIA = 'Online/In-Advance'. MIP = 'Matchday/In-Person'

Family Tickets are also available in the West Stand for £30 for 1 Adult and 2 U16s, or £45 for 2 Adults and 2 U16s. Buy from borotickets.co.uk and click 'promotional packages' or visit us in the Club Shop.

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