League One

April 27, 2013

Full-time

Leyton Orient

1 - 1

Oldham Athletic

League One

14:00 +00:00, April 27, 2013

Matchroom Stadium, England

Referee: F Graham

Duo out for Latics

Team Stat Comparison

Leyton Orient Oldham Athletic
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 7 19
Points 71 51
Goal Difference 7 -13
Goals for * 1.3 0.9
Goals against * 0.9 1.4
Last 5 D-W-W-L-W D-L-W-W-W
Last 5 home D-W-W-W-W W-W-L-D-W
Last 5 away W-L-L-D-W D-L-W-L-D
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Leyton Orient | Oldham Athletic

Competition Stats

Leyton Orient Oldham Athletic
Goals Kevin Lisbie 16 Jose Baxter 13
Assists Dean Cox 14
Yellows Dean Cox 6 Jean Yves Mvoto Owono 10
Reds Anthony Griffith 1 Jean Yves Mvoto Owono 1
Squads: Leyton Orient | Oldham Athletic

Next Matches

Leyton Orient Oldham Athletic
4/26 H: Tranmere Rovers 4/26 A: Carlisle United
5/3 A: Milton Keynes Dons 4/29 H: Sheffield United
5/3 H: Notts County

Oldham remain without Matt Smith and Lee Barnard for their trip to Leyton Orient.

The forward pair both picked up injuries in the win against Crawley last weekend that secured the Latics' npower League One status for another season.

Smith was forced off with an Achilles problem while Barnard suffered a hip injury and neither will recover in time for the final game of the campaign.

In the duo's absence, Lee Johnson's side fired a blank against Shrewsbury in midweek and also lost midfielder Jonathan Grounds to a neck complaint.

Grounds is rated 50-50 as Oldham look to end their campaign with a fourth win in five games.

Orient are hoping Charlie MacDonald will be fit.

MacDonald missed last weekend's 1-0 win at Coventry with a knee injury but was due to have an injection this week in a bid to be fit for the final game of the season.

Fellow striker David Mooney is set to miss out again with an ankle injury while boss Russell Slade is also short in defence with Scott Cuthbert (metatarsal), Mathieu Baudry (hip) and Elliot Omozusi (shoulder) still sidelined.

Slade could only name four substitutes at Coventry and they included 18-year-olds De'Reece Vanderhyde and Harry Lee.

Defender Vanderhyde and midfielder Lee this week signed their first professional contracts at the club and could make their first-team debuts.