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All of the pre-match build up, live text commentary, audio commentary, ... 88 ' Lee Angol (Leyton Orient) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

There was a minute’s applause before kick-off in memory of the late Chris Bart-Williams, who had started his career with the Londoners. The match itself was slow to click into gear, with neither keeper being tested in a fairly soporific opening. Pompey looked more comfortable in possession than their opponents and were searching for an end product to much their passing play. It might have arrived when Bishop swept the ball out to Gavin Whyte on the right and he cut back for Saydee, whose effort was blocked. But the deadlock was broken moments later, as PACK beat his marker to meet Rafferty’s low corner and hit a shot that struck the inside of the post before crossing the line.

Last season’s League Two champions, Leyton Orient were tipped to be the best of the promoted sides, although things haven’t quite gone according to plan as yet for Richie Wellens’ side albeit having played some of the sides tipped for success so far. The Os make the long trip to Devon in 21st position and possessing a mirror record to that of City with a win, a draw and four defeats so far. Wellens himself will not be taking his place on the bench on Saturday as he serves the second match of a touchline ban following a red card against Stevenage.

Source: Statto. comA = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss Matches[edit] The U's fixtures were announced on 24 June 2021. [51] FA Cup[edit] Leyton Orient were drawn at home to Ebbsfleet United in the first round, [52] Tranmere Rovers in the second round[53] and away to Stoke City in the third round. [54] EFL Cup[edit] Orient were drawn at home to Queens Park Rangers in the first round. [55][56] EFL Trophy[edit] Leyton were drawn into Southern Group G alongside Charlton Athletic, Crawley Town and Southampton U21s.

Of their summer signings probably the most noteworthy was that of Joe Pigott from Ipswich after he spent last season on loan at Portsmouth in this division. City have a fine record at home in this fixture, their last defeat being a controversial 2-3 reverse in January 2001. The last time this fixture took place was in February 2022 where a Cheick Diabate goal right at the death sealed a 1-0 win, which was revenge for a 3-0 reverse at Brisbane Road where Drinan, Beckles and Archibald scored the goals in a match that saw Jonathan Grounds sent off. Those wins for either side maintained a level league head to head record with 33 wins apiece, 25 matches finishing level. The match officials for this game will be:- Referee: Ben Toner Assistant Referees: Ollie Williams and Michael Webb Fourth Official: Mark Derrien Ben Toner has refereed Exeter City a number of times, the last time was last September when we beat MK Dons 1-0 at the Park with a Cheick Diabate goal.

Tranmere Rovers, League Two (7 May 2022)Lowest home attendance2, 295 v. Charlton Athletic, Papa John’s Trophy (9 November 2021) Home colours Away colours Third colours ← 2020–212022–23 → The 2021–22 season is Leyton Orient's 123rd year in their history and third consecutive season in League Two. Along with the league, the club will also compete in the FA Cup, the EFL Cup and the EFL Trophy. The season covers the period from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022. Transfers[edit] Transfers in[edit] Date Position Nationality Name From Fee Ref. 9 June 2021 CM Darren Pratley Charlton Athletic Free transfer [3] 15 June 2021 CB Omar Beckles Crewe Alexandra [4] 16 June 2021 LB Connor Wood Bradford City [5] 25 June 2021 SS Paul Smyth Queens Park Rangers [6] 29 June 2021 CF Aaron Drinan Ipswich Town Undisclosed [7] 7 July 2021 Harry Smith Northampton Town [8] 20 July 2021 RB Tom James Hibernian [9] 31 August 2021 Callum Reilly AFC Wimbledon [10] 19 January 2022 RW Otis Khan Walsall [11] 24 January 2022 Jordan Brown Derby County [12] DM Ethan Coleman King's Lynn Town [13] Loans in[edit] Date from Date until 29 July 2021 LM Theo Archibald Lincoln City End of season [14] 17 August 2021 Tyrese Omotoye Norwich City 5 January 2022 [15][a] Alex Mitchell Millwall [17] 13 January 2022 Dan Moss [18] 31 January 2022 Frank Nouble Colchester United [19] George Ray Exeter City [20] ^ On 5 January 2022, Omotoye was recalled back to Norwich City to facilitate a loan move to Carlisle United.

[57] The dates for the group stage matches were confirmed on July 14. [58] Div PW PL Qualification 1 L2 3 0 6 +6 Advance to Round 2 2 L1 +7 ACA Southampton U21 4 Player statistics[edit] No. Nat Player Total League Two FA Cup EFL Cup EFL Trophy Apps Goals Goalkeepers ENG CHI Lawrence Vigouroux 50 27 Rhys Byrne 31 Noah Phillips Defenders DF WAL 21 1+1 29+3 Dan Happe 18 11+1 0+1 NIR Adam Thompson Alex Mitchell (on loan from Millwall) 30 23+3 Dan Moss (on loan from Millwall) 3+1 GRN 49 44 24 3+2 IRL Shadrach Ogie 39 29+5 35 George Ray (on loan from Exeter City) 8+1 Midfielders 8 MF Craig Clay 23 14+5 SCO Theo Archibald (on loan from Lincoln City) 42 35+3 17+3 34+5 2+1 Matt Young 6+8 0+2 Antony Papadopoulos CYP Hector Kyprianou 31+7 29 Zech Obiero Jephte Tanga 32 7+5 34 12+3 Forwards FW 14+10 32+10 Frank Nouble (on loan from Colchester United) 2+5 36+4 Ruel Sotiriou 19+13 28 Daniel Nkrumah 0+3 1+3 33 Sonny Fish Reon Smith-Kouassi Out on Loan 0+4 Left the club during the Season 15+4 BEL Tyrese Omotoye (on loan from Norwich City) Top scorers[edit] Includes all competitive matches.

2021–22 Leyton Orient F. C. season - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Leyton Orient2021–22 seasonChairmanNigel TravisHead CoachKenny Jackett(until 22 February 2022)[1]Richie Wellens(from 9 March 2022)[2]StadiumBrisbane RoadLeague Two13thFA CupThird roundEFL CupFirst roundEFL TrophyGroup stageTop goalscorerLeague: Harry Smith, Aaron Drinan (13)All: Aaron Drinan (16)Highest home attendance6, 623 v.

[16] Loans out[edit] To 18 August 2021 GK Sam Sargeant Barnet 13 October 2021 [21] 19 November 2021 Jayden Sweeney Wealdstone December 2021 [22] 11 January 2022 18 January 2022 [23] 5 March 2022 Dartford April 2022 [24] 25 March 2022 Solihull Moors [25][26] Transfers out[edit] 30 June 2021 Lee Angol Released [27][28] Josh Coulson Southend United [27][29] RM James Dayton Dulwich Hamlet [27][30] Louis Dennis Bromley [27][31] Myles Judd Dover Athletic [27][32] Sam Ling Dagenham & Redbridge [27][33] Jordan Maguire-Drew Woking [27][34] LW Jobi McAnuff Retired [27][35] Brendon Shabani St Neots Town [27][36] Jamie Turley [27][37] Joe Widdowson [27][38] Danny Johnson Mansfield Town [39] James Brophy Cambridge United [40] Conor Wilkinson [41] 8 August 2021 Ousseynou Cissé Oldham Athletic [42] 13 August 2021 Bryan Ifeanyi [43] Dan Kemp Milton Keynes Dons [44] Pre-season and friendlies[edit] Leyton Orient announced friendly matches against Dundee, [45] West Ham United, [46] Tottenham Hotspur, [47] Maidenhead United, [45] Dulwich Hamlet, [48] Gillingham, [49] and Heybridge Swifts[45] as part of their pre-season preparations.

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And they were left even happier in stoppage-time, when substitute Kusini Yengi won and converted a penalty. John Mousinho made three changes from the side that drew with Bristol Rovers on the opening day of the season. Christian Saydee replaced the injured Tom Lowery, while Abu Kamara and Conor Shaughnessy were in for Anthony Scully and Ryley Towler. Joe Pigott – who spent last term on loan at Fratton Park – was a familiar face leading the line for the hosts.

Exeter City vs Leyton Orient – ExewebCity’s impressive start to the season continued at Burton, the 1-0 win there sending Gary Caldwell’s side to the summit of the division due to Oxford’s defeat against Port Vale. Having been frustrated in only making one signing on deadline day, Caldwell managed to boost his ranks with the free transfer signing of Jack Fitzwater during the week, and the former Livingston defender could find himself thrust straight into the action on Saturday with the Finnish duo of Sinisalo and Niskanen being away representing their country and Dion Rankine having limped off early in the win at Burton. Elsewhere Jack Aitchison should be fit to return from his clash with the advertising hoarding against Stevenage, while Admiral Muskwe is likely to be on the bench again as he seeks to gain match fitness.

Leyton Orient vs Portsmouth on 12 Aug 23 - Match CentrePompey made light work of fourth tier champions Leyton Orient to win their first away League One match of the season. They capitalised on the chances carved out before the break, with Marlon Pack and Colby Bishop meeting Joe Rafferty deliveries to provide a healthy lead. But it was a totally dominant display in the second half, as an Omar Beckles own-goal made sure the noisy travelling fans would have a jubilant journey home.

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