Leyton Orient Tranmere Rovers 1-1 draw

Dan Holman's at home goal earned the O's a national league placement and secured the 1-1 draw at the Matchroom stadium.

Leyton Orient last had faced Tranmere Rovers on the 4th of October where the O's got defeated 2-1 from Andy Cook's and James Norwoods goals which cancelled out Matt Harrold's goal for the O's.

Two minutes in and the O's had a half-chance when Josh Coulson angled a header over the top from Koroma’s free-kick. Later on Koroma got to the by-line drilling the ball into Holman who was couldn't control inside the box.

Nine minutes in and Tranmere had a chance of a goal when Dean Brill pushed Liam Ridehalgh's and tried his luck and curved the ball to the goalkeeper.
In a overwhelming first-half, Macauly Bonne and Jake Caprice went close for the O's, however James Norwood steered the ball just wide for Tranmere and got Rovers in the lead on 43 minutes.
In the second half Dan Holmans's scored a goal for the O's after Tranmere's lead to make it a draw. Keeper Dean Brill kept the O's on terms with a string of good saves and they could even have won it, Holman denied by defender Sutton's brave block.

Unfortunately no one got the winning goal and the game ended as a 1-1 draw.

Defender Joe Widdowson was interviewed by Ian and he said "The draw was probably a fair result."
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