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Leyton Orient see winless run stretch to seven games in loss

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Leyton Orient noticed their winless run stretch to seven matches after struggling a house loss to Tranmere.

Head coach Ross Embleton named an unchanged crew for a 3rd consecutive match regardless of the current poor type though they did welcome each Craig Clay and Hector Kyprianou again onto the bench.

Left-back James Brophy and Conor Wilkinson linked up down the left flank however the latter’s cross went behind for a purpose kick in the eighth minute of play. 

Less than a minute later captain Jobi McAnuff fed the ball into striker Danny Johnson, the place he lashed a shot behind from the sting of the world. 

The sport grew to become cagey till defender Adam Thompson went shut in the twentieth minute when he nodded a McAnuff cross vast, after the centre-back was discovered in the center. 

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Tranmere opened the scoring with their actual probability of the match as Paul Lewis bundled the ball residence in the twenty fifth minute. 

Paul Lewis puts Tranmere ahead at Leyton Orient


Paul Lewis (22) of Tranmere Rovers scores the primary purpose for his crew towards Leyton Orient

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Orient midfielder Nick Freeman then volleyed a shot goalbound however his effort was blocked earlier than ahead Wilkinson unleashed a fierce shot was cleared off the road because the hosts tried to discover an equaliser. 

Early in the second half former Dagenham & Redbridge frontman Wilkinson tried his luck from distance however had no pleasure. 

The guests doubled their lead in the 56th minute as Kaiye Woolery drilled in a low shot after James Vaughan nabbed the ball off Dan Happe with an excellent sort out. 

Tunji Akinola of Leyton Orient and Danny Lloyd of Tranmere Rovers


Tunji Akinola of Leyton Orient and Danny Lloyd of Tranmere Rovers battle for the ball

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And it was 3-0 simply seven minutes later as Kieron Morris headed residence a Liam Feeney nook to put the sport out of sight. 

Orient pulled one again as defender Jamie Turley nodded residence a Brophy free-kick in the 67th minute only one minute after coming off the bench. 

And the skilled defender nearly grabbed a second purpose simply moments later however his try was blocked as they tried to discover a manner again into the match with out success.

James Brophy of Leyton Orient and Paul Lewis of Tranmere Rovers


James Brophy of Leyton Orient and Paul Lewis of Tranmere Rovers battle for the ball

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Leyton Orient: Vigouroux, Akinola, Thompson (Kyprianou 58), Happe, Brophy, Cisse (Abrahams 60), McAnuff, Freeman (Clay 60), Kemp (Turley 66), Wilkinson, Johnson. 

Unused subs: Sargeant, Turley, Widdowson, Clay, Dayton, Abrahams. 

Tranmere Rovers: Davies, Lee, Ray, Clarke, MacDonald, Lewis, Spearing, Feeney, Lloyd (Morris 46), Vaughan (Nugent 84), Woolery (Ridehalg 75). 

Unused subs: Blackett-Taylor, Murphy, Crawford, Kirby.