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EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 1 Colchester United 3

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Leyton Orient end their final home game of the season with a 3-1 defeat to Colchester United at the Matchroom Stadium after the remaining eight minutes were played behind closed doors.

Colchester took the lead midway through the half, as Tariq Fosu headed in from close range.

The O’s equalised early in the second half, with a superb individual strike from Sandro Semedo.

The visitors restored their advantage late in the match, as captain Chris Porter tapped in from close range and the game was wrapped up with a third minutes later through substitute Macauley Bonne.

The match was then stopped after Orient supporters invaded the pitch and the final minutes were finished behind closed doors.

Omer Riza made three changes to the O’s side that were relegated after a 3-0 away defeat to Crewe Alexandra last weekend, as Callum Kennedy, Paul McCallum and Jense Jans start ahead of Teddy Mezague, Henry Ochieng and Victor Adeboyejo who shift to the bench.

Colchester had the opening oppertunity, as George Elokobi’s cross field ball to Richard Brindley was cut back to Tom Eastman whose shot was blocked by Aron Pollock.

From the resulting corner, Sean Murray’s whipped in ball was met by Elokobi but his header was weak and straight into the hands of Sam Sargeant.

Orient made their first threat on goal, through Steven Alzate as he threaded the ball into Tristan Abrahams on the edge of the box and hit his shot on the turn which trickled wide of the target.

Colchester then had a dangerous free-kick 25 minutes in, as Brindley whipped in ball fizzed just over the Orient bar.

The visitors’ then grabbed the opener shortly after, as Eastman’s cross was met by Fosu at the far past who guided it past Sargeant.

Orient nearly responded, as Abrahams turned on the edge of the box and curled his shot which went just over the bar.

Just before the break Orient had their best chance of the half, as Kennedy’s early cross for McCallum was stopped by Sam Walker.

In the second half, Orient responded seven minutes into the half as Semedo burst forward and hit a rocket of a strike from Semedo for the equaliser.

Colchester almost restored their lead as Matt Briggs’ hit on the half volley deflected off the Orient defender and looped just over the bar.

Fosu again caused the O’s problems, as he went passed three Orient defenders inside the box but his shot from close range was tame and straight at Sargeant.

Colchester then regained the lead from poor defending by Orient, as Pollock’s pass back was short to Sargeant and Fosu ran on to the loose ball went around Sargeant and cut it back for Porter to tap into an empty net.

The visitors then extended their advamtage, as substitue Bonne wrapped it up with a shot which found the far bottom corner.

The game was then stopped with less than ten minutes remaining after Orient supporters invaded the pitch.

the game restarted two hours after the invasion behind closed doors where the match peated out as Freddie Moncur replaced Micheal Collins.

Leyton Orient Lineup: 24 Sam Sargeant, 3 Callum Kennedy, 6 Tom Parkes, 7 Michael Collins (C), 10 Paul McCallum (67), 22 Sandro Semedo, 25 Aron Pollock, 31 Steven Alzate, 34 Michael Clark, 35 Tristan Abrahams, 46 Jens Janse (79)

Substitutes: 39 Arthur Janata, 18 Ulrich Nnomo, 19 Teddy Mezague, 23 Teddy Moncur, 26 Victor Adeboyejo (67), 28 Josh Koroma (79), 32 Henry Ochieng

Colchester United Lineup: 1 Sam Walker, 2 Richard Brindley, 3 Matt Briggs (70), 4 Tom Lapslie, 7 Drey Wirght, 9 Chris Porter (C), 14 Alex Wynter, 15 George Elokobi, 18 Tom Eastman, 23 Sean Murray (74), 31 Tariq Fosu

Substitutes: 29 Dean Brill, 8 Doug Loft (74), 12 Kane Vincent-Young, 19 Macauley Bonne (70), 27 Rekeil Pyke, 32 Tommy O’Sullivan, 33 Lewis Kinsella

Attendance: 6,854 (1,257)

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EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 2 Hartlepool 1

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Leyton Orient keep their survival hopes alive with a 2-1 home victory over 10-man Hartlepool at The Matchroom Stadium.

Hartlepool grabbed the opener early in the first half, as Rhys Oates tucked home from close range to stun the O’s.

Orient responded through Victor Adeboyejo shortly after to tap home from inside the six-yard box.

The O’s then went infront before the break with a superb strike from Tristan Abrahams, as he made it two goals in two appearances to raise the roof at Brisbane road.

Omer Riza made one change to his side that drew 2-2 away at Luton Town on Good Firday, as goalscorer Tristan Abrahams was preferred to Sam Dalby who moved to the bench.

Orient had the first shot on goal, as the ball was laid off to captain Liam Kelly whose strike was blocked and collected by Joe Fryer.

The O’s then went more direct and were almost rewarded, as Adeboyejo ran on to the ball into the area and volleyed his shot from a tight angle which had to be palmed away by Fryer.

Hartlepool then took the lead through their first attack, which found Oates inside the area who rid a few challenges and tucked the ball past Sam Sargeant to stun the hosts.

Orient responded eleven minutes later, as Michael Clark burst forward and fizzed a low cross in for Adeboyejo to guide in from inside the six-yard box.

The away side nearly restored their lead, as Padraig Amond went beyond the Orient defence and cut the ball across goal for Lewis Alessandra who shot straight at Sargeant.

Steven Alzate then broke through the Hartlepool midfield and slotted Adeboyjo in on the right side of the box but dragged his shot wide.

Adeboyejo became creator this time for the O’s as he squared the ball across goal for Abrahams to shoot which was saved and cleared by Fryer, to deny Orient the lead.

The hosts took the lead ten minutes before the break, as Alzate wriggled through two Hartlepool defenders and poked the ball through to Abrahams who hammered it into the roof of the net.

In the second half, Orient almost grabbed a third as Michael Collins clipped a ball over the Hartlepool defence to Abrahams who waited for the ball to drop kindly for him to hit a fierce strike which was tipped over by Fryer.

Hartlepool very nearly got the equaliser, as a long ball into the box by Hartlepool fell to Oates whose poor touch was heading in until Aaron Pollock hacked the ball away to safety.

Liam Donnelly for Hartlepool was then given two yellows following dissent towards the referee and then squared up to the official and was sent off for his actions, to end a frustrating day for the visitors but jubilation for Orient who fight on.


Leyton Orient Lineup: 1 Sam Sargeant, 4 Liam Kelly (C), 7 Michael Collins, 19 Teddy Mezague, 22 Sandro Semedo, 25 Aaron Pollock, 26 Victor Adeboyejo (76), 31 Steven Alzate (70), 32 Henry Ochieng, 34 Michael Clark, 35 Tristan Abrahams (84)

Substitutes: 39 Arthur Janata, 10 Paul McCallum (70), 23 Freddy Moncur (84), 28 Josh Koroma (76), 30 Sam Dalby, 38 Dan Happe, 46 Jens Janse

Hartlepool Lineup: 42 Joe Fryer, 2 Carl Magnay, 4 Nicky Featherstone (C) (82), 7 Nathan Thomas, 8 Brad Walker, 9 Padraig Amond (72), 11 Rhys Oates, 15 Lewis Alessandra, 17 Nicky Deverdics, 26 Scott Harrison, 33 Liam Donnelly,

Substitutes: 6 Matthew Bates, 14 Michael Woods (45), 18 Lewis Hawkins, 27 Jack Blackford, 28 Louis Rooney (82), 31 Ben Dudzinski, 38 Devante Rodney (72)

Attendence: 5,411 (351)

EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 1 Doncaster Rovers 4

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Leyton Orient’s remain bottom of the table, after a heavy 4-1 home defeat to top of the table Doncaster Rovers at The Matchroom Stadium.

League leaders Doncaster took the lead near the end of the first half with a superb low strike from Tommy Rowe.

The O’s equalised just before the break through an unlikely source, as Tom Parkes slotted home to level the match up.

Former O’s striker John Marquis regained the advantage for the visitors with another clinical low strike, after an Orient mistake.

He grabbed his second late on to slot in from close range. Another former Orient player also got on the scoresheet Mathieu Baudry completed the rout shortly after with a great volley to secure all three points.

Danny Webb made five changes to his side they were defeated 5-0 away to Accrington Stanley on Tuesday, as Alex Cisak returns to the side between the sticks ahead of Charlie Grainger. Along with Liam Kelly, Aron Pollock, Nigel Atangana and Michael Clark who replaced the injured Nicky Hunt (Knee) and Callum Kennedy (Groin), with Freddy Moncur and Sam Dalby dropping to the bench repectivly.

Orient were the first to have a threat on goal, as Sandro Semedo’s corner was not totally cleared by Doncaster and Clark header from the clearance went just over the bar from inside the box.

Doncaster nearly took the lead 22 minutes in, when a looping cross into the box found John Marquis to head goalwards which was palmed away by Cisak at full stretch.

The visitors started to assert their pressure on Orient, as full-back Matty Blair whipped in the ball for Rowe to meet but was straight at Cisak.

Doncaster broke the deadlock nine minutes before the break, as Orient did not clear their lines properly and Rowe picked the ball up on the edge of the box and struck his shot low into the bottom corner beyond Cisak.

Orient equalised on the stroke of half-time, as Parkes carried on his run from his own box laid it off to Gavin Massey who fended off his man went passed another Doncaster defender and slotted in the unmarked Parkes who coolly tucked it passed Ian Lawlor – to go in at the break level.

In the second half, Doncaster almost regained the lead as the ball found its way into the six-yard box to Marquis who looked certain to hit the target but for a superb block by Parkes.

The away side did retake the lead, after a bad pass from Pollock straight into the path of Marquis whose shot went in off the post – out of the reach of Cisak.

Doncaster missed a great chance for their third, as Judd’s half clearance fell to Alfie May inside the box but he dragged his shot well wide of the target.

The away side spared another glorious chance, as they broke from an Orient corner and substitute Andy Williams was played in on goal but hit his shot well over.

Williams again was played through Orient’s own wrong doing and burst to the edge of the box but blazed his shot well over.

Doncaster grabbed their third with eight minutes to play, as Williams again broke free of the defence this time he squared the ball across goal for Marquis to fire past Cisak.

The away side got their fourth with four minutes remaining, as the cross came in and Baudry’s first time fierce volley flew into the bottom corner – to see off the O’s and take all three points.

Leyton Orient Lineup: 1 Alex Cisak, 4 Liam Kelly (C), 6 Tom Parkes, 7 Michael Collins, 11 Gavin Massey, 15 Nigel Atangana (88), 22 Sandro Semedo, 25 Aaron Pollock, 28 Josh Koroma (77), 29 Myles Judd, 34 Michael Clark,

Substitutes: 24 Sam Sargeant, 19 Teddy Mezague, 20 Rowan Liburd, 23 Freddy Moncur, 30 Sam Dalby (77), 31 Steven Alzate (88), 38 Dan Happe

Doncaster Lineup: 38 Ian Lawlor (45), 2 Craig Alcock, 5 Mathiey Baudry, 6 Andy Butler, 9 John Marquis, 10 Tommy Rowe, 17 Matty Blair, 24 Niall Mason, 25 Conor Grant, 26 James Coppinger (78), 39 Alfie May (72)

Substitutes: 13 Marko Marosi (45), 7 Gary McSheffrey (78), 11 Andy Williams (72), 12 Mitchell Lund, 14 Harry Middleton, 19 Liam Mandwville, 27 Cedric Evina

Attendance: 4,791 (816)

EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 0 Grimsby Town 3

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Leyton Orient suffered a further blow to their League Two survival, as they slip six points adrift of safety after a 3-0 home defeat to Grimsby Town at The Matchroom Stadium.

Grimsby took an early lead through Sam Jones’ header to shock the hosts.

The away side then doubled their lead in the second half, through an own goal by Callum Kennedy and capped off the three points with a third through substitute Scott Vernon.

Leyton Orient nearly conceded in the opening minute, as Charlie Grainger was charged down by Callum Dyson but the block was eventually pounced on by Charlie Grainger.

Danny Webb named an unchanged eleven after their enthatic 4-0 away victory at bottom of the table Newport County last week. Although Michael Clark, Nigel Atangana and Rowan Liburd returned to the bench, as Paul McCallum and Sammy Moore were out with knee injuries.

The visitors took the lead to stun the O’s just six minutes in, as Danny Andrew’s was allowed to whip a ball in for Jones to head in at the far post.

Michael Collins’ almost threaded a great ball through for Josh Koroma but his run was just too early, as he was given offside.

In injury time of the first half Dominic Vose, went for goal from a dangerous free-kick on the edge of the box which bounced up infront of Grainger who pushed it passed the post.

In the second half, Grimsby again looked threatening when inside the Orient half. This time a cross was half cleared to Jones who went for an audacious overhead kick which went wide of the target.

Grimbsy burst through the vacant Orient defence, as Jones attacked the box cut inside Myles Judd but Hunt’s last minute challenge denied the away side an almost certain second goal.

The vistors nearly extended their advantage, as Andrew was slotted into the box but he fired over.

Grimsby doubled their lead shortly after, as Jones close range shot from inside the six-yard box was superbly saved initially by Grainger but rebounded back off Kennedy into the net.

Orient nearly got themselves back into the game, as Koroma found some space on the edge of the box and hit a snap shot which went just over the bar.

Koroma again went on his own when he picked the ball up outside the box and wriggled around the defence but his shot hit the side netting.

Grimsby then rounded off the match with two minutes of time, as the ball was lifted over the O’s defence for substitute Vernon to guide his volley into the top corner and seal the three points for the away side.

Kennedy almost got a late consolation in injury time for the O’s, as his strike on the break rattled the post – as the O’s remain second from bottom.

Leyton Orient Lineup: 12 Charlie Grainger, 29 Myles Judd, 16 Nicky Hunt (C), 6 Tom Parkes, 3 Callum Kennedy, 23 Freddy Moncur, 7 Michael Collins, 31 Steven Alzate, 28 Josh Koroma, 22 Sandro Semedo, 30 Sam Dalby (70)

Substitutes: 24 Sam Sargeant, 34 Michael Clark, 19 Teddy Mezague, 32 Henry Ochieng, 15 Nigel Atangana, 35 Tristan Abrahams (70), 20 Rowan Liburd

Grimsby Lineup: 1 James McKeown, 5 Shaun Pearson, 22 Danny Collins, 3 Danny Andrew, 12 Zac Mills, 18 Tom Bolarinwa (56), 8 Craig Disley, 26 Brandon Comley, 10 Dominic Vose, 35 Sam Jones (82), 29 Callum Dyson (65)

Substitutes: 2 Ben Davies, 20 Andrew Boyce, 21 Scott Vernon (82), 27 Adi Yussuf, 32 Jamie Osbourne (56), 33 Akwasi Asante (65), 34 Luke Maxwell

Attendance: 5,688 (1,086)

EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 3 Crawley Town 2

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Leyton Orient held on to their 3-0 lead to claim back-to-back home victories for the first time this season, as they won 3-2 against Crawley Town at the Matchroom Stadium.

Sam Dalby grabbed the early goal for Orient for his first senior goal for the club with a shot from close range.

Paul McCallum double the O’s advantage shortly after, with another effort from inside the box – found the back of the net and just before the break converted from the spot this time for his brace.

Andy Edwards made four changes to his side that were defeated 1-0 away at Wycombe Wanderers last weekend. With a debut for 17 year old defender Teddy Mezague who replaced the injured Callum Kennedy. Dalby, Sandro Semedo and Michael Collins all return to the side as Robbie Weir, Jordan Bowery and Jay Simpson all shuffle to the bench.

Before the match both sides respectfully had a minutes silence for those that were lost throughout the year from both clubs.

Orient took the lead just five minutes in, as Nigel Atangana intercepted the Crawley defender slotted it into Gavin Massey who burst out wide into space gave it back to Atanagana to square it across goal for Dalby’s first senior goal for the club.

Massey was threatening again from the right flank, as his deep cross was met by McCallum who headed it back across goal but went just wide.

The O’s doubled their lead within 12 minutes, as a quick free-kick from Orient by Collins to Massey and his low cross found Paul McCallum sliding in to turn it under Glenn Morris.

Crawley had their first shot on goal just after the half hour mark, as James Collins rifled a shot that was straight at Alex Cisak.

In added time of the first half, the O’s got their third. Myles Judd worked hard down the right to feed Massey into the box who was brought down by Jordan Roberts and the referee did not hesitate to point to the spot. McCallum stepped up and sent Morris the wrong way to get his second of the day.

In the second half, Crawley got a goal back just eight minutes in as a dangerous ball across goal was headed beyond Cisak at the far post by Mezague.

McCallum was in search of his hat-trick, as Massey’s cross was headed wide by McCallum to deny him the match ball.

Orient then broke on the counter-attack, as substitute Jordan Bowery cut the ball to Massey who went down inside the box but the referee was unmoved.

The vistors found themsleves back in game with their second, as Boldewijn broke through the defence went round Cisak and neatly tucked it in from a tight angle.

Josh Payne for Crawley had a shot from a freekick but Cisak tipped it over the bar to deny the away side.

Orient held on in injury time to claim a vital three points points and move up to 19th.

Leyton Orient Lineup: 1 Alex Cisak, 6 Tom Parkes, 7 Michael Collins, 10 Paul McCallum, 11 Gavin Massey, 15 Nigel Atangana, 16 Nicky Hunt (C), 19 Teddy Mezague, 22 Sandro Semedo, 29 Myles Judd, 30 Sam Dalby (58)

Substitutes: 24 Sam Sargeant, 8 Robbie Weir, 9 Ollie Palmer, 21 Jordan Bowery (58), 27 Jay Simpson, Josh Koroma, 37 Yvan Erichot

Crawley Town Lineup: 12 Glenn Mrris, 2 Lewis Young, 4 Josh Payne, 6 Mark Connolly, 8 Jimmy Smith (C), 11 Jordan Roberts (74), 14 Andre Blackman (45), 15 Josh Jorwerth, 18 Billy Clifford, 19 James Collins

Substitutes: 13 Yusuf Mersin, 17 Bobson Bawling (73), 20 Aryan Tajbakhsh, 22 Joe McNerney (45), 24 Kaby Djalo, 33 Sanchez Watt, 44 Connor Henderson

Attendance: 4,486 (295)

EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 1 Luton Town 2

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Leyton Orient suffer their fourth successive home defeat, after they lost 2-1 to Luton Town at The Matchroom Stadium.

Luton Town’s Cameron McGeehan grabbed their opener midway through the first half as he tucked in from close range.

Danny Hylton doubled the away sides lead with a fierce strike, but Orient then struck back as Ollie Palmer slotted home from close range which was not enough as Orient now sit third from bottom.

Alberto Cavasin made three changes to his side that lost 1-0 at home to Portsmouth last week, as Nigel Atangana returned from injury, in midfield with Sandro Semedo and Ollie Palmer returned up top alongside Jay Simpson.

Orient lost their last six league games prior to this one and had only scored one goal in their last four home games.

Within the second minute, Luton had a shot from Hylton but his long range effort went over the bar.

Semedo’s over hit cross almost found the back of the net, as his out-swinging ball had to be parried-out by Christian Walton 11 minutes in.

Orient should have taken the lead with their first real threat on goal, as Captain Nicky Hunt’s early cross was flicked on by Gavin Massey to Palmer at the far post but his diving header went wide – from 12 yards out.

Alex Gilliead caused Callum Kennedy havoc down the right flank, as his cross to the far post had Alex Cisak at full stretch and looked to be heading in but fell just over the crossbar.

Luton then played a well drilled free-kick, as Jordan Cook pulled a low pass just inside the box to McGeeham to strike which was stopped by Cisak.

Orient found themselves behind on the half hour mark, as Luton intercepted Jay Simpson in his own half and Jack Marriott got his shot off inside the box which was saved by Cisak – only into the path of McGeehan to tap into the empty net.

The visitors almost extended their advantage, as Cook found some space out wide and ran all the way into the Orient box and his shot was blocked by Tom Parkes – to deny Luton their second.

In the second half, the away side nearly grabbed a second, as Cisak made a great double save as he originally palmed Marriott’s shot onto the post and then clawed the ball away from being tucked in by Cook facing goal – to keep the O’s in the game.

Hunt nearly got Orient their searching equaliser, as his shot got deflected and trickled just around the near post for a corner.

Orient were again after the leveller, as substitute Paul McCallum dispossessed the Luton defender in their half and gave Palmer some space, his rifled strike from outside the box was palmed away by Walton.

Luton extended their lead shortly after, as the ball was squared inside the box and Hylton fired in with Cisak given no chance.

Orient responded straight back, as McCallum got the ball out wide and pulled it back inside the box for Palmer whose shot went in off the post.

Luton looked to put the game to bed, as Hylton wriggled free of Yvan Erichot and Hunt but his strike was again stopped by Cisak – which was enough to claim all three points for the away side who move up to fourth.

Leyton Orient Lineup: 1 Alex Cisak, 16 Nicky Hunt ©, 37 Yvan Erichot, 6 Tom Parkes, 3 Callum Kennedy, 11 Gavin Massey, 15 Nigel Atangana (76), 46 Jens Jense, 22 Sandro Semedo, 9 Ollie Palmer, 27 Jay Simpson (68)

Substitutes: 24 Sam Sargeant, 25 Aaron Pollock, 5 Alan Dunne (76), 33 Zan Benedicic, 18 Ulrich Nnomo, 21 Jordan Bowery, 10 Paul McCallum (68)

Luton Town Lineup: 1 Christian Walton, 36 James Justin, 6 Scott Cuthbert ©, 44 Alan Sheenan, 3 Dan Potts, 16 Glen Rea, 8 Cameron McGeehan (83), 10 Jordan Cook (89), 15 Alex Gilliead (92), 9 Danny Hylton, 14 Jack Marriott

Substitutes: 31 Craig King, 2 Stephen O’Donnell, 4 J Smith (83), 5 J Mullins (89), 7 J Gray (92), 17 Pelly Ruddock, 20 Isaac Vassell

Attendance: 5,471

EFL League Two: Leyton Orient 0 Plymouth Argyle 2

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A resilient 9-man Leyton Orient were beaten 2-0 at home to top of the table Plymouth Argyle, at The Matchroom Stadium.

Orient were reduced to 10-men in the opening minute, as Captain Robbie Weir was given a straight red for a late challenge.

The away side took the lead early on, as Jimmy Spencer slotted in for the visitors with Orient reduced to ten.

The evening then got even more difficult for the ‘O’s, as Jens Janse was sent off for a mistimed tackle on Jake Jervis as the last man.

Plymouth then grabbed their second late in the second half, as substitute Ryan Donaldson’s strike extended their unbeaten run to eight games.

Caretaker manager Andy Edwards first game in charge saw two changes to his side that were defeated 3-1 away at Notts County. Sandro Semedo and Jens Janse made his debut for the club ahead of Harry Cornick and Yvan Erichot who both moved to the bench.

Orient looked to overturn their back-to-back defeats against top of the table Plymouth who were on a seven game unbeaten run.

Within the first 30 seconds of the match Captain Weir was given a straight red deemed by referee Charles Breakspear for a late tackle on the Plymouth midfielder.

Orient then found themselves behind 13 minutes in, from the first real attack of the game as Spencer was played through inside the box and tucked it past Alex Cisak.

The home side were forced into a change, as Liam Kelly came off with an injury for Nigel Atangana.

Shortly after the restart, Orient went down to nine men as debutant Janse made a miss timed challenge on Jake Jervis out on the left hand side. The referee also sent him off due to him being the last man, as well to leave Orient with an uphill struggle.

Plymouth’s David Goodwillie made an off the ball challenge on defender Tom Parkes, as Cisak collected but the referee just gave the forward a talking too.

Goodwillie missed an unchallenged header inside the box for Plymouth to double their lead, who were enjoying the majority of possession.

In the second half, substitute Atangana was also forced off injured and had to be replaced by Harry Cornick.

Plymouth put the ball into the net for a second time but Goodwillie’s goal was disallowed for offside.

Cisak kept Orient in the match with some superb stops, to give the home fans some hope with time running out.

Although Plymouth secured the three points with six minutes to go, as substitute Donaldson slotted in from a cut back inside the box to put the nail in Orient’s coffin.

Leyton Orient Lineup: 1 Alex Cisak, 3 Callum Kennedy, 4 Liam Kelly, 6 Tom Parkes, 8 Robbie Weir ©, 10 Paul McCallum (82), 11 Gavin Massey, 16 Nicky Hunt, 22 Sandro Semedo, 27 Jay Simpson, 46 Jens Janse.

Substitutes: 24 Sam Sargeant, 9 Ollie Palmer, 15 Nigel Atangana (13) (48), 18 Ulrich Nnomo, 20 Harry Cornick (48), 21 Jordan Bowery (82), 25 Aron Pollock

Plymouth Argyle: 23 Luke McCormick ©, 2 Gary Miller, 4 Yann Songo’s (57), 5 Nauris Bulvitis, 6 Connor Smith (77), 7 David Goodwillie, 9 Jimmy Spencer, 10 Graham Carey, 14 Jake Jarvis, 15 Sonny Bradley, 16 Ben Purrington

Substitutes: 8 Jordan Slew, 11 Ryan Donaldson (77), 18 Oscar Threlkeld, 21 Vicent Dorel, 22 David Ijaha, 24 David Fox (57), 27 Craig Tanner (74)

Attendance: 4,366