Leyton Orient and Stevenage both hit the woodwork as two mid-table teams were forced to accept a goalless draw at Brisbane Road.

The visitors created the better of few real first-half chances in a turgid 45 minutes, bringing two good saves from Lawrence Vigouroux.

The Os keeper was positioned to collect a well-directed downward header from Luke Norris and then palmed away a point-blank powerful header from the Stevenage man.

Conor Wilkinson provided Orient’s only riposte, although his shot from distance failed to find the target.

Both teams hit the woodwork after the break. Ben Coker rattled the crossbar with a 20-yard free-kick on 53 minutes before a fierce drive by Dan Kemp struck the upright to deny the home side the lead on 77 minutes.

But it was Orient substitute Dan Johnson who squandered the best chance of the match. The striker had only been on the pitch for five minutes when he seized on a poor back pass but, with only keeper Jamie Chapman to beat, shot hopelessly wide.

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Leyton Orient

Formation 4-2-3-1

  • 22Vigouroux
  • 2Ling
  • 23TurleyBooked at 52mins
  • 5Happe
  • 16BrophyBooked at 79mins
  • 8Clay
  • 4Cissé
  • 9Wilkinson
  • 15Kemp
  • 28FreemanSubstituted forDaytonat 76′minutes
  • 35AbrahamsSubstituted forJohnsonat 79′minutes


  • 1Sargeant
  • 3Widdowson
  • 11Dayton
  • 18Akinola
  • 24Sweeney
  • 26Kyprianou
  • 39Johnson


Formation 4-4-2

  • 1Cumming
  • 2Wildin
  • 15Vancooten
  • 5Cuthbert
  • 3CokerBooked at 90mins
  • 8OsborneSubstituted forHuttonat 86′minutes
  • 26Pett
  • 19Read
  • 17ListSubstituted forAitchisonat 75′minutes
  • 36NorrisSubstituted forStevensat 86′minutes
  • 11NewtonBooked at 58mins


  • 4Vincelot
  • 6Prosser
  • 12Hutton
  • 13Johnson
  • 27Aitchison
  • 35Stevens
  • 40Lines

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