Leyton Orient beats Rochdale 1-0 with a goal scored by G. Moncur. HIGHLIGHTS

ROCHDALE. Leyton Orient conquers Rochdale 1-0 after G. Moncur scored just 1 goal (35').

Leyton Orient beats Rochdale 1-0 with a goal scored by G. Moncur. HIGHLIGHTS

ROCHDALE. Leyton Orient prevails over Rochdale 1-0 after G. Moncur scored just 1 goal (35′). Leyton Orient took advantage of its better ball possession (59%).

S. Quigley didn’t convert a decisive penalty (90′). That would have allowed Rochdale to draw the match.​

The match was played at the Crown Oil Arena stadium in Rochdale on Tuesday and it started at 7:45 pm local time. The referee was Simon Mather with the assistance of Helen Edwards and Thomas Harty. The 4th official was Paul Stonier. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 12.6 degrees Celsius or 54.73 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 89%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 41 Ball Possession 59
Shots
  • 8 Total 11
  • 1 On Target 4
  • 7 Off Target 7
  • 0 Shots blocked 0
  • 106 Attack 105
  • 32 Dangerous attack 45
  • 0 Ball safe​ 0
  • 1 Penalties 0
  • 4 Corners 4
Fouls
  • 6 Total 9
  • 2 Yellow Cards 3
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 3 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

Leyton Orient had a strong ball possession 59% while Rochdale was struggling with a 41% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Leyton Orient was more pushing with 45 dangerous attacks and 11 shots of which 4 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Leyton Orient won the match.​

Rochdale shot 8 times, 1 on target, 7 off target. On the other side, Leyton Orient shot 11 times, 4 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Rochdale received 2 yellow cards (S. Quigley and A. Odoh). On the opposite side, Leyton Orient received 3 yellow cards (D. Pratley, I. El Mizouni and T. Archibald).

Match Timeline

S. Quigley- Yellow
34'
35'
G. Moncur(goal)J. Sweeney
50'
D. Pratley- Yellow
60'
A. Drinan- sub ->R. Sotiriou
A. Odoh- Yellow
68'
T. Sinclair- sub ->I. Henderson
69'
69'
J. Brown- sub ->D. Pratley
70'
T. Archibald- sub ->C. Kelman
75'
I. El Mizouni- Yellow
77'
C. Clay- sub ->P. Smyth
F. Seriki- sub ->A. White
84'
T. Campbell- sub ->A. Odoh
84'
88'
T. Archibald- Yellow
S. Quigley- missed penalty
90'

Standings

After playing this match, Rochdale will stay with 2 points to hold in the 24th place. On the other side, Leyton Orient will have 22 points to remain in the 1st place.

Next matches

In the next match in the League Two, Rochdale will host Tranmere Rovers on the 18th of April with a 4-2 head to head statistic in favor of Rochdale (2 draws).

Leyton Orient will play away agasint Gillingham on the 18th of April with a 5-5 head to head.

Rochdale – Formation

Rochdale
G
R. O'Donnell 1.England
6.8
D
J. McNulty 4.Scotland
6.2
D
A. White 3.Republic of Ireland
6.6
84'
D
S. Graham 15.England
6.8
D
J. Keohane 13.Republic of Ireland
7.1
M
J. Ball 8.England
7.1
M
T. Diagouraga 20.France
6.4
M
A. Odoh 11.England
6.4
84' 68'
M
I. Henderson 40.England
6.8
69'
M
D. Rodney 10.England
6.3
F
S. Quigley 18.England
5.6
34'
Substitutes
G
C. Slicker 22.Scotland
D
F. Seriki 2.England
6.4
84'
D
B. Nelson 16.Scotland
M
E. Brierley 14.England
M
T. Sinclair 17.England
7.2
69'
M
C. Malley 27.England
F
T. Campbell 19.England
6.4
84'

Rochdale started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Jim Bentley decided to play with the following team: Richard O’Donnell (6.8), Jimmy Keohane (7.1), Sam Graham (6.8), Jimmy McNulty (6.2), Aidan White (6.6), Toumani Diagouraga (6.4), James Ball (7.1), Abraham Odoh (6.4), Ian Henderson (6.8), Devante Rodney (6.3) and Scott Quigley (5.6).

The home team had on the bench: Tahvon Campbell (6.4), E. Brierley, C. Slicker, Tyrese Sinclair (7.2), Femi Seriki (6.4), C. Malley and B. Nelson.

Substitutions

Rochdale made 3 changes: I. Henderson for T. Sinclair (69′), A. White for F. Seriki (84′) and A. Odoh for T. Campbell (84′).

Best player: Tyrese Sinclair​

The most impressive player for Rochdale was Tyrese Sinclair.

His rating is (7.2) with 8 passes (75% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 3 duels out of 5. He performed 2 crosses.

His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 69′.

Leyton Orient – Formation

Leyton Orient
G
L. Vigouroux 22.Chile
7.6
D
O. Beckles 19.England
7.0
D
T. James 2.Wales
7.3
D
D. Happe 5.England
7.4
D
J. Sweeney 24.England
7.4
M
I. El Mizouni 15.Tunisia
7.0
75'
M
D. Pratley 18.England
7.1
69' 50'
M
G. Moncur 14.England
8.1
Goals35'
F
P. Smyth 7.Northern Ireland
6.8
77'
F
R. Sotiriou 10.Cyprus
6.1
60'
F
C. Kelman 23.England
6.2
70'
Substitutes
G
S. Sargeant 1.England
D
J. Brown 12.England
6.7
69'
D
S. Duke-McKenna 40.England
D
S. Ogie 4.England
M
T. Archibald 11.Scotland
6.1
70' 88'
M
C. Clay 8.England
6.2
77'
F
A. Drinan 16.Republic of Ireland
6.5
60'

Leyton Orient started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Richard Wellens played with: Lawrence Vigouroux (7.6), Thomas James (7.3), Omar Beckles (7.0), Daniel Happe (7.4), Jayden Sweeney (7.4), Darren Pratley (7.1), George Moncur (8.1), Idris El Mizouni (7.0), Paul Smyth (6.8), Charlie Kelman (6.2) and Ruel Sotiriou (6.1).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Theodore Archibald (6.1), S. Sargeant, Craig Clay (6.2), Jordan Brown (6.7), Aaron Drinan (6.5), S. Duke-McKenna and S. Ogie.

Substitutions

Leyton Orient made 4 changes: R. Sotiriou for A. Drinan (60′), D. Pratley for J. Brown (69′), C. Kelman for T. Archibald (70′) and P. Smyth for C. Clay (77′).

Best player: George Moncur​

The most impressive player for Leyton Orient was George Moncur.

His rating is (8.1) with 1 goal, 38 passes (86% accurate) and 5 key passes. He was won 1 duel out of 3. He performed 4 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the League Two.​