Lisbie returns to Brisbane Road on opening day as O’s host Barnet

Kevin Lisbie celebrates scoring for Leyton Orient against Oldham Athletic (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Kevin Lisbie celebrates scoring for Leyton Orient against Oldham Athletic (pic: Simon O'Connor). - Credit: Archant

Ian Hendon will manage Orient in a competitive match for the first time against the side he captained and managed

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Leyton Orient will start their 2015/16 Sky Bet League Two campaign at home to Barnet and in the process welcome former forward Kevin Lisbie back to Brisbane Road.

The clash against Conference winners Barnet on August 8 will be Ian Hendon’s first competitive match in charge of the O’s and will see him come up against a team he captained and managed.

New Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: LOFC).

New Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: LOFC). - Credit: TGSPHOTO

After Barnet, Orient will face local rivals Dagenham & Redbridge, managed by former player Wayne Burnett, the following Saturday.

The opening month’s fixtures are completed with a Tuesday night game at Brisbane Road against Stevenage (August 18), an away match with Newport County (August 22) and a home clash with Bristol Rovers (August 29).


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September opens up with consecutive away trip to Exeter City (September 5) and Cambridge United (September 12) before welcoming Wycombe Wanderers to Brisbane Road on September 19. An away game with Northampton Town (September 26) and a Tuesday night home game against Carlisle United (September 29) complete the opening two months of the season.

The festive period will see a home match with Yeovil Town on December 19 before the traditional Boxing Day clash sees Orient host Portsmouth and an away clash with Bristol Rovers takes place two days later. Stevenage away is the first match of the New Year, taking place on January 2.

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Easter weekend sees fixtures away to Accrington Stanley (March 26) and home to Hartlepool United (March 28) whilst O’s finish the season with the penultimate game at home against Mansfield Town on April 30 and Yeovil (May 7) away the last game of the campaign.

FIXTURE LIST:

Aug 8: BARNET

Aug 15: Dagenham & R

Aug 18: STEVENAGE

Aug 22: Newport

Aug 29: BRISTOL ROV

Sept 5: Exeter

Sept 12: Cambridge

Sept 19: WYCOMBE

Sept 26: Northampton

Sept 29: CARLISLE

Oct 3: NOTTS CO

Oct 10: Crawley

Oct 17: OXFORD

Oct 20: Luton

Oct 24: Morecambe

Oct 31: ACCRINGTON

Nov 14: Hartlepool

Nov 21: YORK

Nov 24: Plymouth

Nov 28: WIMBLEDON

Dec 12: Mansfield

Dec 19: YEOVIL

Dec 26: PORTSMOUTH

Dec 28: Bristol Rovers

Jan 2: Stevenage

Jan 9: NEWPORT

Jan 16: EXETER

Jan 23: Wycombe

Jan 30: CAMBRIDGE

Feb 6: Portsmouth

Feb 13: NORTHAMPTON

Feb 20: Notts Co

Feb 27: CRAWLEY

March 1: Carlisle

March 5: LUTON

March 12: Oxford

March 19: MORECAMBE

March 26: Accrington

March 28: HARTLEPOOL

Apr 2: York

Apr 9: Barnet

Apr 16: DAGENHAM & R

Apr 19: PLYMOUTH

Apr 23: Wimbledon

April 30: MANSFIELD

May 7: Yeovil

*Fixtures are subject to change

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