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Team News: Guiseley vs Leyton Orient in the National League

PUBLISHED: 13:00 30 March 2018

Leyton Orient forward Matt Harrold looks to fire the ball towards the Gateshead penalty area (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Leyton Orient forward Matt Harrold looks to fire the ball towards the Gateshead penalty area (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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Dan Holman can expect to start alongside Macauley Bonne at Nethermoor Park after his impressive 84-minute display last weekend

Leyton Orient are set to be without striker Matt Harrold for this afternoon’s clash away to National League strugglers Guiseley.

The ex-Crawley Town forward injured his calf after three minutes of the O’s 3-0 win over Woking on Saturday.

Dan Holman replaced Harrold and the substitution paid off handsomely after Orient recorded a moral-boosting victory with the Cheltenham Town loanee at the heart of it.

Regardless of whether Harrold is fit or not today, Holman can expect to keep his place and will partner Macauley Bonne up front.

O’s will probably be unchanged other than that, although young goalkeeper Arthur Janata did travel with the squad according to the official club website so could be on the bench at Nethermoor Park.

A win for Orient would take them onto 50 points for the campaign and that should be enough to guarantee their spot in the National League for next season.


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