Three games left to play, two in the span of four days, Leyton Orient have it all to play for.
The O’s stand on the brink of promotion back to the Football League after two seasons away from the professional tiers of English football, and with form dipping in recent weeks, Justin Edinburgh knows that now really isn’t the time to be dropping more points and letting performances bring the team down.
The final three games begin on Friday when Harrogate come to town, and Orient can set up an emphatic end to the season with a good display and result against the Yorkshire side, but a result will be harder than most fans will expect.
As we have seen in the past few games, Orient have been lucky to get wins in games were the O’s have come back from behind and had players sent off, and heading into the last matches of the season, this mentality has to be quickly erased if the club are to be promoted to League Two.
Edinburgh has the power to motivate his side back to the glory days of earlier in the season when wins came naturally to the team, and it’s these earlier season performances the squad need to tap into if they want an easy ride for the remainder of the campaign, and it starts against Harrogate.
Orient have long been the favourites to be promoted to the Football League, and now they have the make good on that claim with a comfortable performance and win against Harrogate to set the O’s on their way to glory.
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