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. READ MORELEYTON ORIENT:
Orient boss Russell Slade is expecting a Notts County backlash following last weekend's disappointing scoreline.
“It will be a real tough one, they got beat heavily at the weekend and they’ll be keen to bounce back, that’s an absolute given," he said.
“They’ll be wanting a better performance and they’ll get a better performance so we’ll have to be on our guard.” READ MORE
Click here to view who is in the opposition ranks.KEY MAN:
In the meetings between Notts and Orient, winger Dean Cox has more often than not been the opposition danger man.
Cox was on target in the reverse fixture at the Matchroom Stadium and also in the 2010.11 encounter at the same location.
The former Brighton play-maker currently has 11 league goals to his name in addition to 11 assists - the highest in Sky Bet League 1 - meaning he has directly played a part in over 32 per cent of the O’s goals this term. Age: 29 | Nationality: English| Career Appearances: 331 (+ 43 sub) | Career Goals: 62 | Former Clubs: Brighton & Hove AlbionTHE LINK:
Leyton Orient boss Russell Slade was a school teacher before taking up professional sports coaching with Notts County.
Initially assistant to former manager Mick Walker, Slade took over on a caretaker basis before resuming his former role under Howard Kendall.
When Kendall was dismissed in April 1995 and Slade departed Meadow Lane.
Following roles with Armitage, Sheffield United (caretaker), Scarborough, Grimsby Town, Yeovil Town and Brighton & Hove Albion, Slade took on the Orient management job in April 2010.
His first job was to steer them to League 1 safety and has since established the O’s as a strong side in the division, as their current position shows.
|TOTAL MEETINGS||NOTTS WINS||DRAWS||OPPOSITION WINS|
LAST MEETING: Date:
Tuesday 17 September 2013 @ Matchroom StadiumCompetition:
Sky Bet League 1Result:
Leyton Orient 5-1 Notts Co Scorers:
Lisbie 28, 45, Cox 56, Batt 80, Stockley 84; Haynes 71Attendance:
4,092Highlights: WATCH NOWTHE VAULT:
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|NOTTS WIN||DRAW||OPPOSITION WIN|
Magpie Tipster Suggests…
Nathan Tyson is in contention to make his Notts debut against the O's.
Back the striker to score during the 90 minutes at odds of 7/4.
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