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Leyton Orient v Brentford
League One
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17 Mar 2012 League, Leyton Orient 2 Brentford 0
20 Aug 2011 League, Brentford 5 Leyton Orient 0
19 Mar 2011 League, Brentford 2 Leyton Orient 1
05 Oct 2010 Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, Leyton Orient 0 Brentford 0
24 Sep 2010 League, Leyton Orient 1 Brentford 0
27 Mar 2010 League, Brentford 1 Leyton Orient 0
17 Oct 2009 League, Leyton Orient 2 Brentford 1
13 Jan 2007 League, Brentford 2 Leyton Orient 2
09 Sep 2006 League, Leyton Orient 1 Brentford 1

Leyton Orient registered their first League One win of the season with a surprise 1-0 success at Swindon on Saturday but are not fancied to add to that victory this evening when they host Brentford.

The O’s have won only three of their last ten meetings against the Bees but all three of them were narrow home wins. Russell Slade’s team is likely to remain unchanged from the weekend win at the County Ground so Ryan Allsop will continue in goal after regular shot stopper Jamie Jones was ruled out for another four to six weeks with a recurrence of his long-term shoulder problem.

Brentford squandered numerous chances versus Colchester on the weekend but sneaked a 1-0 win courtesy of Farid El Alagui’s late winner. Uwe Rosler will check on midfielder Adam Forshaw who has been struggling with an abdominal problem recently and came off as a precaution during the second half of that triumph at Griffin Park.

Norwich loanee Tom Adeyemi came on for his debut that day and could start. Rosler may also play Harry Forrester and club veteran Kevin O’Connor if Forshaw is deemed not match fit. Tricky winger Stuart Dallas is back into his squad after he missed out at the weekend when he was called into Northern Ireland’s Under-21s.

Brentford have only failed to hit the target once this season so we should expect them to continue that run. Leyton have generally struggled this season and a high-scoring affair looks unlikely with four of the last six matches between the pair featuring two goals or less.

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