March 16 2014 Latest news:
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.
Brentford have been given the green light to build their new stadium after the Parliamentary Under Secretary Of State confirmed Hounslow Council decision to grant the club planning approval a new stadium at Lionel Road South
Brentford defender James Tarkowski has revealed that assistant manager David Weir has been working on his concentration.
Brentford captain Tony Craig has called on Bees fans to turn their away game at Leyton Orient into a home game.
Brentford manager Mark Warburton has warned Wolves and Leyton Orient that it may be more than 90 points to win promotion from League One this season.
Our Brentford columnist looks at the last two wins for the Bees before turning his attention to Saturday’s crunch promotion clash at Leyton Orient.
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.