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Preview: Leyton Orient vs Stags

24 September 2021

The Stags face Leyton Orient in their final game of September this Saturday (3pm kick-off). Here's all you need to know ahead of the Sky Bet League Two clash...


The Stags will be without defender James Perch, who has been ruled out for the season with a fractured skull.

Midfielder Stephen Quinn is suspended for the fixture, with centre-back Richard Nartey also set to miss out.

Right-back Kellan Gordon and midfielder Ryan Stirk are doubts for the game, with the duo having scans on respective knee and ankle injuries this week.

On-loan Stoke defender Will Forrester is also unavailable.

For the O's, defender Dan Happe could be a doubt after being substituted due to injury last time out against Bristol Rovers.

Adam Thompson and Paul Smyth are also doubts for the game.


The Stags put an end to a run of four successive defeats last time out, earning a 1-1 draw at home to Rochdale.

On-loan Coventry City man Danny Cashman opened the scoring for the visitors at One Call Stadium, before Danny Johnson's guided finish levelled the score.

The O's have been in superb form heading into Saturday's fixture, with three wins from their last four games seeing them sit second in the Sky Bet League Two standings.

Last time out, goals from Harry Smith, Theo Archibald and Aaron Drinan earned a 3-1 win away to Bristol Rovers.


Orient came out on top in our last meeting, with a 2-0 win at One Call Stadium. Current Stags' striker Danny Johnson netted both goals for the O's.

Our last trip to the Breyer Group Stadium was back in September 2020, with the match finishing 2-2 in E10.


The referee for Saturday's game will be Benjamin Speedie. He'll be assisted by Daniel Cook and Paul Yates. The fourth official will be Michael Chard.

Mr. Speedie last took charge of a Mansfield fixture in our 1-0 win at Southend United in January 2021.


The Stags have received 300 tickets in unreserved seating for the game. Prices are as follows:

Adult: £20
Concessions (65+, 18-24, students, current employees of armed forces or emergency services): £18
Under-18: £8

Tickets are available on matchday, but all ticket prices will see an increase of £3 except under-18 prices. Under-18 tickets see no price increase on matchday.

The club have also received four pairs of wheelchair disabled and carer tickets. Disabled supporters are required to show evidence of being on the medium or higher rate of disability living allowance to be entitled to a free carer ticket.

The easiest way to purchase tickets for our upcoming clash in London is via Alternatively, visit the ticket office on Quarry Lane, or call 01623 482 482 (option 1).

Tickets can be posted out to supporters until close of play on Tuesday 21 September. Online ticket sales will be available until midnight on Thursday 23 September. Tickets will go off sale from the One Call Stadium ticket office at midday on Friday 24 September.

Pre-purchased tickets should be collected from the West Stand Collections Kiosk outside the ticket office on Oliver Road.

Please note, matchday prices will increase by £3, for adults and concessions, but children remain at £8.



The Breyer Group Stadium is approximately 154 miles from One Call Stadium, and takes around two hours and 53 minutes to reach by car. The relevant postcode for the ground is E10 5NF.

Visiting supporters will be housed in the southern part of the Green Inc Stand, which is accessible through Entrance D on matchday.

The Leyton Orient Supporters Club bar next to the main reception allows away supporters, with non-members required to pay a small £1 fee for entry.

The Stags Supporters' Association will be providing family-friendly coach travel to the Breyer Group Stadium. Prices are as follows:

Amber/Junior Members: £15
Blue Members: £20
Non-members: £25

The coaches will depart One Call Stadium at 9am on Saturday. To book your seat, call the SSA on 07967 689597.


Can't make it on Saturday? You can follow the action live via our Twitter match updates, which can be found here.

The match centre on will also contain Opta-populated updates, and can be accessed here.

A report of the match will be published on the club website following the full-time whistle, and post-match reaction will be available to view on and iFollow Stags.

iFollow Stags subscribers can listen to full-match commentary of the clash - courtesy of Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes - by logging into iFollow Stags 15 minutes before kick-off.

For non-subscribers, audio match passes are available for just £2.50. Saturday's game will not be streamed live on iFollow Stags.

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Match Reports

Report: Leyton Orient 0-0 Stags

25 September 2021

A first clean sheet of the season earned Mansfield an important point against Leyton Orient in East London.

Natural striker Oli Hawkins played in the centre of Stags’ defence to help seal out an in-form Orient side who sat in second place before the game.

Tyrese Sinclair was dismissed in the 85th minute.

Nigel Clough made one change to the side that ended a four game run of defeats by drawing with Rochdale last Saturday.

Former Leyton Orient striker Danny Johnson returned to the starting line-up having netted twice in his two previous substitute appearances.

Injured full-back Kellan Gordon made way for the returning striker, moving Elliott Hewitt to right back and Oli Hawkins to the centre of defence.

George Maris wrestled the ball off Craig Clay to play in Stephen McLaughlin inside the first minute. The Irishman’s long-range effort sailed beyond the top right corner as Mansfield looked to be positive from the off.

Theo Archibald’s skidded corner kick on 10 minutes split the Stags defence to find Omar Beckles in front of goal. Elliott Hewitt recovered well though to muscle the ball back and clear it from danger.

A free-kick inside Mansfield’s own half was nodded down inside the box by Farren Rawson seven minutes later. Bowery struggled to control the awkward knock-down before Rawson’s scrappy rebound effort was saved and held by Vigouroux.

Mansfield’s grip on the game loosened following the opening moments of the half. The Stags’ defence did well to limit the hosts to a number of half chances as Orient’s possession increased significantly leading up to the break.

The ball dropped to Aaron Drinan, who was unmarked at the back post five minutes before half time. The midfielder’s powered volley close to goal was blocked by McLaughlin, who threw his body into the ball’s path to prevent a sure goal.

Stags restarted the second period brightly with Rhys Oates racing into the Orient box. The forward struggled to find space to shoot inside the hosts’ crowded penalty area before the threat was cleared.

With Mansfield on the attack, Orient hit on the break. Craig Clay played a dinked through ball into Drinan’s path before the forward sliced his one on one opportunity wide of the right hand post.

Harry Charsley was introduced in the 54th minute as George Maris was forced off through injury following a collision. Hewitt’s foul on Drinan just outside the box earned him the first booking of the game.

Tom James’ subsequent free-kick was hit wildly over the crossbar to waste a dangerous opportunity for the hosts. Ollie Clarke found space to shoot from 25 yards on the hour mark, skidding the ball into the arms of Vigouroux.

Orient hit back straight away as Drinan linked up with Archibald. Arriving on the left side of the box, Archibald’s driven shot narrowly evaded the bottom right corner.

Two minutes later Drinan attacked Mansfield again. The winger’s grounded cross found James unmarked in the centre of the box but the defender’s poor finish was directed straight at Stags stopper Nathan Bishop.

A 72nd minute corner was cleared to Conor Wood, lurking outside the box, whose first time strike was dramatically blocked by Rawson before Charsley also put his body on the line to deny the rebound.

Substitute Ruel Sotiriou rolled the ball across Mansfield’s goal-mouth minutes later as Hewitt reacted well to clear the danger and keep Mansfield’s clean sheet intact.

Bishop’s strong wrists denied Archibald from 25-yards in the 82nd minute, who had struck powerfully.

Youngster Tyrese Sinclair was dismissed in the 85th minute following a coming together with an already downed man near the corner flag.

Rhys Oates and Alex Mitchell were booked in the aftermath to the incident.

Ogie’s long pass into the box was knocked down into Sotiriou who headed onto the outside of Mansfield’s post on the dive with a minute of normal time to play.

Nathan Bishop’s reaction save dramatically denied Archibald in the 95th minute. The young stopper palmed away the midfielder’s strike inside the box to earn his side a point at the death.

STAGS XI: Bishop (GK), Hewitt, Rawson, Hawkins, McLaughlin, Lapslie, Maris (Charsley 54’), O. Clarke (C), Oates (Burke 88’), Johnson (Sinclair 67’), Bowery.

UNUSED SUBS: Shelvey (GK), J. Clarke, Ward, Law.

LEYTON ORIENT XI: Vigouroux (GK), James, Wood, Clay (Kyprianou 56’), Smith, Archibald, Mitchell, Drinan (Sotiriou 73’), Pratley (C), Beckles, Ogie.

UNUSED SUBS: Byrne (GK), Happe, Kemp, Omotoye, Papadopoulos.

REFEREE: Benjamin Speedie

ASSISTANTS: Daniel Cook & Paul Yates


ATTENDANCE: 5,252 (347)

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