Judd's teasing cross saw Accrington fail to clear their lines and Jay Simpson was on hand to scramble the ball home.
"60": On the hour mark, Atangana latches onto a loose ball in the box, but the Frenchman's effort is well saved by Chapman.
"58": Young right back Myles Judd almost catches out Chapman when his attempted cross almost finds the top corner of the net, but the ball goes narrowly over.
"57": Substitution for Orient as Jordan Bowery is replaced by Paul McCallum.
"55": Like the first half, Accrington have started with most of the ball and have kept possession well.
Attendance for today's game is 3,964, with 152 travelling Accrington fans.
"50": Simpson's left footed shot from just outside the penalty area is sliced well wide.
"49": O'Sullivan tries to catch out Cisak once again with a sap shot, but his effort is well saved by the O's shot stopper.
"46": O'Sullivan slices his shot from all of 30 yards. Good start from the visitors in this second half.
Accrington get the second half underway.
Both sets of players return for the second half.
Despite Accrington going down to 10 men, the score remains goalless. With Orient in the ascendency, what must Orient do to take advantage of being a man up and grab that fundamental lead? Change in tactics? The introduction of Paul McCallum or Ollie Palmer?
Half-time: Leyton Orient 0-0 Accrington Stanley.
"45": Fourth official John Farries brandishes two additional minutes as Atangana's effort in the area is blocked.
"44": Fans favourite Nigel Atangana carelessly losses possession, giving Clark to attack the Orient backline, but his shot is well handled by Cisak.
"35": Parkes delivers an exquisite through pass that even Lionel Messi would've been proud of, to start an attack on the left flank, but Massey's cross evades everybody and Accrington clear.
"32": Kennedy tries his luck from 30 yards, but his strike was always rising over the bar.
"28": Hunts header from Kennedy's whipped free kick is saved by Chapman.
For the first time in a while, Orient finally receive a piece of luck. Can they capitalise on Accrington being reduced to 10 men?
"23": From the resulting free-kick Kennedy is inches away with his curling effort.
O'Sullivan was also booked in the process for his protest against the red card.
A delightful through ball from Simpson that left Massey one on one, resulted in McConville bringing down the winger and after much consultation with Assistant referee Stuart Butler, referee Darren Drysdale sent McConville for an early bath.
"22": Red Card for Accrington's McConville.
"20": Cisak gets a lucky escape as the O's shot stopper fumbles Jordan Clark's effort from 25 yards out, but manages to stop Terry Gornell with the follow up.
"16": Corner to Accrington resulted in Cisak easily catching Mark Hughes's header.
"15": Scott Brown had a half chance in the penalty area, but it failed to trouble Cisak.
"14": it still remains Accrington with a lot of the possession of the ball, but neither Alex Cisak nor Aaron Chapman have had to make a save yet.
"10": Accrington are now beginning to get hold of the ball, dominate possession and make Orient chase for the ball. The O's need to stop Stanley getting into a rhythm before they get punished once again.
"5": O'Sullivan receives some treatment after colliding with Kennedy from 30 yards outside the penalty area. Corner to Accrington.
"1": Accrington midfielder John O'Sullivan already looks in the mood for this game with a quality piece of skill to beat Callum Kennedy.
It's Jay Simpson that gets the game underway.
The players now take to the field as kick-off fast approaches.
Both sets of players are now receiving there pre-match team talks from managers Andy Edwards and John Coleman respectively. The players will be out very soon.
it's been eight games since Orient drew a fixture in the league while it's been 6 games since Accrington last picked up a win.
Orient will be looking for revenge on Stanley from last season after today's visitors completed the double over the O's last season. The last meeting between the pair came on the 25th March at The Wham Stadium, when Scott Brown's 51st minute strike was enough to seal all three points.
We're now just 15 minutes away from kick-off, whose excited?
Weir added: "Any side that wishes to challenge towards the top of the division has to have a strong home base to build on, and while we have not fared well so far there is still chance to turn it around and we firmly believe as a group we are more than capable of making something of the season."
Weir stated: "We know as a group we have not delivered anywhere near the levels we expect of ourselves and that has to change immediately."
Captain Robbie Weir has given his pre-match ahead if today's game, expressing how it's time for the team to show what they are made of.
Gavin Massey, Nicky Hunt, and Jordan Bowery return to the starting XI in what could be a 4-4-1-1 formation for the hosts.