March 16 2014 Latest news:
Orient manager Russell Slade admitted automatic promotion would be a “tough ask” after yesterday’s 1-0 to Brentford - but he refused to give up the dream.
League One: Leyton Orient 0 Brentford 1
This weekend is a bumper weekend for football with a unique triple-header of capital clashes across the top three divisions. The north London derby is billed as the biggest, but is it the most important?
It’s east versus west as London rivals Leyton Orient and Brentford face-off in a top-of-the-table League One six-pointer with both side vying for promotion.
Orient take on Brentford tomorrow lunchtime in the club’s biggest game of the season to date.
It had been a long time coming, but captain Nathan Clarke finally scored his first goal for the club at the 79th time of asking.
The managerial merry-go-round spins quickly these days so do you think you’ve got the knowledge to recognise the faces of all these football bosses?
The crowd can play a massive part in Orient’s crunch promotion clash with Brentford on Saturday, according to manager Russell Slade.
League One: Port Vale 0 Leyton Orient 2