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Leyton Orient 2014/15 fixtures: O’s start with Chesterfield

PUBLISHED: 09:06 18 June 2014

Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade in conversation with assistant Kevin Nugent at Wembley (pic: John Walton/PA)

Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade in conversation with assistant Kevin Nugent at Wembley (pic: John Walton/PA)

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Leyton Orient will kick-off the 2014-15 Sky Bet League One campaign with a match against Chesterfield at Brisbane Road on August 9.

Russell Slade’s men will then visit Oldham the following weekend while the Christmas schedule throws up a Boxing Day home clash against Crawley.

Their first game of the New Year pits them against Bradford and Orient’s final game of the season sees them visit Swindon.

ORIENT’S 2014/15 FIXTURES (Home games in capital letters)

AUGUST

9 CHESTERFIELD

11 or 12 Plymouth (Capital One Cup)

16 Oldham

19 Bristol City

23 WALSALL

30 Fleetwood

SEPTEMBER

6 PRESTON

13 COLCHESTER

16 Notts County

20 Scunthorpe

27 ROCHDALE

OCTOBER

4 SWINDON

11 Sheff utd

18 MK DONS

21 Doncaster

25 Port Vale

NOVEMBER

1 COVENTRY

15 Gillingham

22 CREWE

29 Bradford

DECEMBER

13 PETERBOROUGH

20 Barnsley

26 CRAWLEY

28 Yeovil

JANUARY

3 BRADFORD

10 FLEETWOOD

17 Preston

24 Colchester

31 SCUNTHORPE

FEBRUARY

7 Rochdale

10 NOTTS COUNTY

14 Chesterfield

21 OLDHAM

28 Walsall

MARCH

3 BRISTOL CITY

7 Peterborough

14 YEOVIL

17 BARNSLEY

21 Crawley

28 PORT VALE

APRIL

4 Coventry

6 GILLINGHAM

11 Crewe

14 DONCASTER

18 MK Dons

25 SHEFF UTD

MAY

2 Swindon

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