Cox looks up for it tonight too. Stevenage not had as much of the ball but you can't switch off as Zoko is a weapon plus they have ability from set plays. Orient dominated possession so far.
Largely uneventful opening five minutes here. Odubajo the key man so far
Good passage from Orient who work it well down the right. Cuthbert has improved massively this season on the ball, a vital contributor going forwards at times now
Stevenage clear and break but Sawyer makes a vital tackle to stop them in their tracks
Good move from Orient as Cox finds Odubajo who wins a free-kick out wide that Lloyd James can swing in.
Fancy Dagnall to try and run in behind, not the quickest back four for Boro
Stevenage having the better of the early exchanges, Zoko leading the line. Can be a real handful.
Stevenage in black and blue as as they gather for a huddle. What do you think of Romain Vincelot's new hairdo? Much shorter. Boro to get us underway
@Nigella: Good to have you back Nigella. Crowd looking alright as the teams enter the field
London Calling by The Clash blaring out of the tannoy at the Matchroom.
We are you guys following the live blog from tonight?
Had a big downpour about 6pm here which has livened up the surface a bit, plenty of zip. Players in for a last word with the gaffer before we get underway in around 7 minutes time
Stevenage: Day, Ashton (C), Jones, Morais, Mousinho, Akins, Zoko, Parrett, Freeman, Smith, Hartley
What do you think of that line up?
SUBS: Lisbie, Larkins, Batt, Lasimant, Bartley, Simpson, Ness
ORIENT: Jakupovic, Sawyer, Vincelot, Cuthbert, Baudry, Cox, James, Mooney, Odubajo, Clarke (C), Dagnall
@GeorgeErwin: Today (Tuesdays)
Right lets turn our attentions to this evening's match. Orient have a poor record against Stevenage at home and the last four League meetings have ended up 1-0 meaning if we look at the history books we can expect a tight game. Who do you think are they key men for Orient this evening? A good start is crucial, if the O's can start as they did against Coventry here three weeks ago then I'd expect a comfortable win as Stevenage have atrocious record when coming from behind. However allow them to get in front and you can be sure Graham Westley's side will be difficult to break down as we saw in the JPT. Time to start getting prepared here, the coaching staff are in going through last minute video clips and refining set plays and I'm off to turn the press room tea urn on.
@Smiffy: Home games I have a lad that writes the match report, freeing up myself to do twitter and live blog. On away games I'm on my own and it can be very tricky to do all three well.
@Milano: Not certain of exact rankings. Lee the Head of Sport Science carries out detailed speed tests on all the players though and they timed over various lengths from simply turning to 5m, 10m, 30m and longer sprints. Often that the tables change dramatically over length so fastest over 5m might be slower over 30m and vice versa. So it can be difficult to pick out simply a 'slowest'.
@oliverdouglas: I'd imagine Shaun Batt, though I don't have the exact times on me. Moses Odubajo would be up there also.
Jonny Davies here, morning everyone. We'll have the live blog from tonight's game against Stevenage right here on the wall. Get your comments/questions in.
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