LiveMATCHDAY: Bury 0 Leyton Orient 2

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  • Bury 0 Leyton Orient 1 (Lisbie 31)


H/T: Bury 0 Leyton Orient 2


94 – Mooney booked for dissent


89 – Mooney has plenty of time at the back post to convert Dean Cox’s cross but puts a right-footed shot just wide.


87 - SUB - Alex Smith for Lee Cook


85 – Thompson’s 25-yard shot curls just wide of Allsopp’s far post.


79 - SUB - Seb Carole for Gregg Wylde

Jimmy Smith for Michael Symes


Randomly, Soares has taken up a place on the left of Bury's midfield to allow Worrall to join Bishop up front.


75 – Allsopp is forced to tip Steven Schumacher’s looping effort over his crossbar after the skied shot dropped late to put the Orient keeper in trouble.


74 - SUB - Tom Soares for Tom Hopper


Worrall and Wylde have switched flanks to some success, with Worrall causing Orient problems on the left. Wylde, however, has had a quiet game so far.

69 - Hopper's shot across goal is too easy for Allsopp.


65 – Allsopp again denies Bishop, the Orient keeper just about clawing away his back-post header as it looped back across goal. The chance was set up following a dinked Worrall ball to Hopper in the inside left channel, who stood up a cross to his strike partner.


63 – SUB - Michael Symes for Kevin Lisbie


60 - SUB - Steven Schumacher for Peter Sweeney


55 - GOAL - Bury 0 Leyton Orient 2 - Kevin Lisbie stole a march on his marker to head home Dean Cox's corner at the near post.

The corner followed a Cox free-kick that was deflected just wide of Carson's post. Fans and players were outraged by the award of the free-kick for a foul on Cox that was brought back after the referee had played advantage and Orient striker David Mooney was flagged for offside. 


52 - Fantastic finger-tip save from Ryan Allsopp denies Andy Bishop what looked to have been a certain goal on his return to the first team. The 29-year-old striker beat his marker to head Peter Sweeney's deep cross at goal from a central position in the six yard box, but Allsopp just managed to tip it round the post.

Efe Sodje then fired a volley just over from the corner.


47 - Lisbie should have made it 2-0 after Dean Cox found the run of the Orient striker but his low shot was well-saved by Trevor Carson with his legs.


K/O: No changes to either side as Leyton Orient get the second half underway...


H/T: Bury 0 Leyton Orient 1


35 – Gary Sawyer collects the ball in the box following an Orient corner before turning sharply to get a shot off, which was always rising over.


31- GOAL - Bury 0 Leyton Orient 1 - Kevin Lisbie slots home after ghosting into the box to latch onto a David Mooney through ball.


22 – Baudry makes another improvised clearance, this time with his chest to deflect a Zac Thompson shot behind for a corner. The chance followed good work by Hopper on the right, who retrieved a ball from going out near the byline then fired it across goal, with the rebound falling to Thompson on the edge of the box. Leyton Orient then just manage to clear their lines following a scramble in the box from the resulting corner.


17 - Mathieu Baudry is forced into an improvised clearance from under his own cross bar, heading over David Worrall's threatening cross/shot.


Neither side have been able to dominate the game in the early stages, with tackles flying in in midfield and no clear-cut chances in the opening 10 minutes.



K/O: Bury get the game underway...


One other bit of news, Bury face a tough trip to Coventry in the area semi-finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, if they can beat Preston in their postponed quarter-final.

That match has been rearranged for Tuesday, December 18, with the winners travelling to the Ricoh Arena on the week commencing January 7.  


Team news

Andy Bishop returns for his first start in six matches after recovering from a niggling foot injury. The 29-year-old striker will partner Tom Hopper up front.

Manager Kevin Blackwell has also made changes at the back, with Efe Sodje preferred to Mark Hughes in central defence.

Hughes has dropped down to the bench, where he is joined by captain Steven Schumacher, who has missed the last two matches after injuring ankle ligaments in training.




Full line-ups

BURY: Carson; Doherty, Sodje, Ebanks-Landell, Skarz; Worrall, Sweeney, Thompson, Wylde; Hopper, Bishop.

Subs: Schumacher, C Jones, John-Lewis, Hughes, Belford, Soares, Carole. 

LEYTON ORIENT: Allsopp; Odubajo, Chorley, Baudry, Sawyer; Cox, Rowlands, James, Cook; Mooney, Lisbie.

Subs: J Jones, McSweeney, Cuthbert, Griffith, Symes, J Smith, A Smith.


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