After a postponement earlier in the month Bristol Rovers travel to East London again as Orient plan on keeping a unbeaten record in 2010.
Orient Team News:
Scott McGleish missed our 2-2 draw at Carlisle due to a dead leg and could return tonight but personally I’d think about leaving him out tonight and playing him against Brighton due to their hatred towards him.
Apart from Scotty’s leg Geraint has a full team to choose from.
Amazing news was printed in The Sun yesterday (Monday). I picked up the Super Goals supplement and in amazement I saw ‘Team of the Week’ with a certain ‘J.Scowcroft’ in it. I just simply can’t believe it. I didn’t go to the Carlisle game but if you look at the facts its grim reading for our terrible frontman. Slowcroft played 70 minutes, we got our equaliser after he’d departed. Coincidence?
Player to watch: Nicky Adams
The Leicester City loanee tore Charlton apart last week and looks to be one of our best wingers in modern years.
He possess pace, can beat a man and can cross a ball all things our wingers seem to lack.
Bristol Rovers Team News:
Rovers have extended the loan of highly-rated keeper Mikkel Andersen and signed Fulham midfielder Wayne Brown on an initial month long loan.
Player to watch: Chris Lines
The young midfielder is a key point of Bristol Rovers’ midfield. He has recently signed a new, long-term contract at Rovers and has celebrated by scoring three in the last two games.
Rhys Evans, the Bristol Rovers keeper, was on loan at Orient in the 02/03 season, making 7 appearances.
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