LONDON. Leyton Orient and Stevenage didn’t manage to score any goal on Tuesday. Leyton Orient was unquestionably better in terms of ball possession (65%).
The match was played at the Brisbane Road stadium in London on Tuesday and it started at 12:30 pm local time. The referee was Charles Breakspear with the collaboration of Marc Wilson and Dean Treleaven. The 4th official was Alan Young. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 10.4 degrees Celsius or 50.65 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 80%.
- ! 65 Ball Possession 35
- 13 Total 13
- 5 On Target 4
- 8 Off Target 9
- 0 Shots blocked 1
- 68 Attack 86
- 50 Dangerous attack 55
- 0 Ball safe 0
- 0 Penalties 0
- 6 Corners 3
- 14 Total 20
- 2 Yellow Cards 2
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 0 Red Card 0
- 4 Substitutions 3
Leyton Orient had a strong ball possession 65% while Stevenage was struggling with a 35% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
Stevenage had a more offensive attitude with 55 dangerous attacks and 13 shots of which 4 were on target. Nevertheless, that was not enough Stevenage to win the match.
Leyton Orient shot 13 times, 5 on target, 8 off target. Regarding the opposition, Stevenage shot 13 times, 4 on target, 9 off target.
Leyton Orient received 2 yellow cards (Idris El Mizouni and Darren Pratley). Regarding the opposition, Stevenage received 2 yellow cards (Luther Wildin and Danny Rose).
After playing this encounter, Leyton Orient will have 52 points to remain in the 1st place. On the opposite side, Stevenage will have 45 points to sit in the 2nd place.
In the next match in the League Two, Leyton Orient will play away against Gillingham on the 18th of April with a 6-5 head to head stats in favor of Leyton Orient (4 draws).
Stevenage will host Doncaster Rovers on the 18th of April with a 3-2 head to head statistic in favor of Doncaster Rovers (1 draw).
Leyton Orient – Formation
Leyton Orient started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).
The manager Richard Wellens decided to play with the following team: Lawrence Vigouroux, Omar Beckles, Thomas James, Daniel Happe, Idris El Mizouni, Darren Pratley, George Moncur, Theodore Archibald, Jordan Brown, Paul Smyth and Charlie Kelman.
The home team had on the bench: Sam Sargeant, Aaron Drinan, Shadrach Ogie, Craig Clay, Ruel Sotiriou, Rob Hunt and Stephen Winston Duke-McKenna.
Leyton Orient made 4 changes: Charlie Kelman for Aaron Drinan (63′), George Moncur for Ruel Sotiriou (63′), Jordan Brown for Rob Hunt (87′) and Paul Smyth for Craig Clay (87′).
Stevenage – Formation
Stevenage started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).
Steve Evans played with: Taye Ashby-Hammond, Carl Piergianni, Luther Wildin, Jake Reeves, Alex Gilbey, Terence Owen Vancooten, Saxon Earley, Danny Rose, Jordan Roberts, Luke Norris ‘Hacker’ and Daniel Sweeney.
They had on the bench: Max Clark, David Amoo, Jake Taylor, Jamie Reid, Kane Smith, Aaron Chapman and Dean Campbell.
Stevenage made 3 changes: Luther Wildin for Kane Smith (80′), Luke Norris for Jamie Reid (81′) and Danny Rose for Jake Taylor (81′).
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the League Two.