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Preview: Leyton Orient v Stags

11 August 2022

The Stags are in Sky Bet League Two action again this Saturday (13 August) away at Leyton Orient (3pm kick-off). Here’s all you need to know…


Hiram Boateng will be assessed prior to the weekend. The midfielder had injuries to his ankle and hamstring so wasn’t risked against Derby in midweek. Boss Nigel Clough said he’d ‘hopefully be alright for Saturday’ after the match on Tuesday night.

George Maris got a ‘whack’ at the end Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup first round tie. He’ll also be looked at before Saturday.

Lucas Akins had a groin problem in the warm-up on against Derby. The versatile performer will also be assessed.

Jordan Bowery will be suspended for the encounter after being shown a straight red card in midweek.


The last time the two sides met was in January 2022..

The Stags won 2-0 courtesy of goals from Jordan Bowery and Ollie Clarke at One Call Stadium.


The referee this weekend is Leigh Doughty. Mr. Doughty will be assisted by Sam Lewis, Daniel Leach and fourth official, Wayne Cartmel.


Tickets for our Sky Bet League Two fixture away at Leyton Orient on Saturday 13 August (3pm kick-off) are still available to purchase.

The club have received an initial allocation of 700 away tickets with more available on request.

Tickets are available from the club’s ticket office, online at or by calling 01623 482 482 (option 1).

Tickets will go off sale at 2pm on Friday 12 August but are still available to purchase at Leyton Orient on the day of the match.

The following prices are for tickets purchased in advance of matchday:

Adults: £20

Concessions: £18

Under-18s: £8

Tickets can also be purchased on the day of the game at the following prices:

Adults: £23

Concessions: £21

Under-18s: £8

Concessions apply to over 65’s, students with a valid ID card, current serving members of the armed forces with proof of affiliation and the unemployed with proof of benefit receipt.

Four pairs of wheelchair user and carer tickets are available. The disabled person pays the relevant age category with the carer being free of charge. The ambulant disabled pay the relevant age category, free carer tickets if disabled are receiving the middle or higher rate of PIP or DLA.


Our official fans’ club – the Stags Supporters’ Association – are providing family friendly coach travel to Leyton Orient.

Coaches will depart at 9am from One Call Stadium.

Coach prices are as follows:

Amber/ Junior Members: £15
Blue Members: £20
Non-Members: £30

To book, call or text the travel line on 07967 689 579.


Unable to make it to the game this weekend?

Commentary of the contest will be provided by Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes on iFollow Stags. Coverage starts approximately 10 minutes before kick-off.

Monthly subscribers inside the UK can listen to the match as part of their subscription.

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Alternatively, you can purchase an audio match pass for this game for just £2.50 here.

Supporters who are outside of the UK can watch the match for just £10 by clicking here.

You can follow all the action from the fixture live via our Twitter match updates from here.

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

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

Follow us across our social media accounts to keep fully updated on all areas of a Stags’ matchday. Click the below links to redirect to the corresponding social media account.

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Match Reports

Report: Orient 1-0 Mansfield

13 August 2022

Mansfield Town were left to rue missed chances as League Two's early pacesetters Leyton Orient earned a 1-0 win at a sweltering Brisbane Road.

Played in 34°C, Stags created the game’s best chances but found Orient ‘keeper Lawrence Vigouroux in outstanding form.

Frontman Rhys Oates were denied four times in the first-half by the O’s goalie as Mansfield were unable to get on the scoresheet.

Charlie Kelman smashed home the decisive strike in the second-half, with Stags' stopper Christy Pym otherwise called upon only once throughout the encounter.

Three changes were made to the line-up from Tuesday night’s spirited performance in the Carabao Cup at home to Derby County.

Utility man Jordan Bowery missed out following his sending off. 

Striker-cum-defender Oli Hawkins was sidelined with a hamstring problem and midfielder George Lapslie was moved to the bench.

Defender Riley Harbottle, midfielder Hiram Boating and striker Rhys Oates returned to the starting XI.

Stags flew out the starting blocks like an olympic sprinter and won a penalty after just 11 seconds.

In a move following the kick-off, Rhys Oates appeared to break the offside trap to storm into the area before being brought down by Orient goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux as he attempted to round him.

The in-form Londoner made amends by making an excellent save to get down to his right and palm Stephen McLaughlin’s left-footed spot-kick behind for a corner.

In the eighth minute, Charlie Kelman tried to wriggle free inside the box, but a combination of Elliott Hewitt and Riley Harbottle made a block on Kelman’s eventual shot for it to trickle behind for a corner.

Oates and Vigouroux entered another duel to win the ball with 15 minutes played.

After nicking possession on the right touchline, the Stags’ striker burst into the box, only to be thwarted by the O’s ‘keeper who made himself large to narrow the angle and clear.

Midway through the first half, defender John-Joe O’Toole received a yellow card for upending Kelman as he surged over the half-way line.

Both teams used the pause in play for a first drinks’ break of the afternoon.

Dan Happe had a tame header claimed by goalkeeper Christy Pym and then at the other end, Swan’s glancing header from inside the box was well held by Vigouroux after Hartigan’s right-wing free-kick.

Oates again found himself denied by the in-form Orient shot-stopper.

In the 38th minute, Oates latched on to a lovely through ball by Hewitt, and after a silky swivel, the Stags’ frontman struck to force Vigouroux into another stop.

Incredibly, Vigoroux made an even more impressive save from Oates on 42 minutes.

Finding himself onside, Oates raced into the box, one-on-one with Vigouroux, but again the home custodian was well-positioned to prevent a Stags’ opener.

In the last minute of normal time, George Lapslie replaced Hiram Boateng, who appeared to have a hamstring injury.

Three minutes after the break, Oates sprayed a pass slightly too wide for the onrushing Gordon, though his cross still managed to win the first corner of the second-half.

Stags started the second period well and Oates had another shot blocked in the 51st minute as Nigel Clough’s men attempted to keep their foot on the gas.

As the clock ticked past the hour, Pym’s fingertips were stung for the first time when he pushed behind George Moncur’s curling attempt.

And from the resulting flag-kick, Dan Happe sent a bullet header off target.

Orient broke the deadlock with 63 minutes played.

After a surging run forward, Idris El Mimouni slipped a neat pass to his right and Kelman did the rest from inside the box, rifling beyond the helpless Pym.

On 65, Stags made a double change in midfield as Anthony Hartigan and Stephen Quinn were replaced by George Maris and Ollie Clarke.

And Mansfield’s club captain saw a shot comfortably saved by Vigouroux on 69, before both sides took a water break.

McLaughlin swept a curling free-kick narrowly wide from 25 yards and then Gordon cracked a shot into the home end.

It was Gordon’s last act as he was replaced by James Perch while James Gale came on for Swan.

In stoppage time, Lapslie headed over from McLaughlin’s corner and Orient held out for a third successive league win.

ORIENT: Vigouroux, James (Thompson 84’), Happe, Smyth (Brown 74’), Archibald, Moncur (Sotiriou 77’), El Mizouni, Pratley, Beckles, Kelman (Smith 84’), Hunt

UNUSED SUBS: Sargeant, Ogie, Thompson,  Sweeney

STAGS: Pym, Gordon (Perch 85’), O’Toole, Harbottle, Hewitt, McLaughlin, Boateng (Lapslie 45’), Hartigan (Maris 65’), Quinn (Clarke 65’), Oates, Swan (Gale 85’)

UNUSED SUBS: Flinders, Wallace

REFEREE: Leigh Doughty

ATTENDANCE: 6,328 (536 Stags’ fans)


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