A look at tomorrows match between Walsall and Leyton Orient at The Banks’s Stadium.
Dean Smith told the official site ‘My players have set some high standards and we know that we have to reach them if we are to get the result that we all desire’
Walsall Team News:
Walsall are still without Chambers brothers, Adam and James. Both are still a week or so away from returning.
Legendary ‘keeper, Jimmy Walker is still sidelined.
Player to watch: George Bowerman
George Bowerman. The prolific marksman has now scored 4 goals in his last 3 matches.
Leyton Orient Team News:
Leyton Orient will be bolstered by the return of midfielder Anthony Griffith, who returns from his suspension.
Orient are still sweating on the late fitness test of former QPR midfielder Martin Rowlands who is rated 50/50 to be fit in time for tomorrows game.
Player to watch: Ryan Brunt
He has scored 2 goals so far this season, so must be watched closely in a team that hasnt scored many.
Match Facts & Stats
Walsall are aiming for their 5th win in 6 matches.
Orient have not won in their last 2 but their record at Walsall isnt bad. Orient have only lost once at The Banks’s Stadium in 5 visits. That came on the opening day of last season with an individual goal by ex-Orient player Adam Chambers.
Darren Bond is the man in the middle.
The man from Lancashire handed out 6 red cards and 71 yellow cards last season.
Walsall v Carlisle 6/10/12 – 3pm
Orient v Sheff Utd 6/10/12 – 3pm