Leyton Orient Women will play their second game in 48 hours when they travel to face Haringey Borough in the FA Women’s Premier League on Tuesday night.

The O’s come into the match having won 2-0 against Denham United on Sunday.

First half goals from Belen Ripoll Douton and top scorer, Sophie Le Marchand were enough to seal all three points for the O’s. They now sit in third place with 19 points.

Orient have been on the road for their previous three matches, and don’t return home to Mile End until November 19th with two more away games to play before then.

Haringey have endured a difficult start to the season, having lost all eight of their league matches to date. They sit bottom of the division with no points from a possible 24, and a goal difference of -57.

On Sunday, they entertained Cambridge United at Coles Park with the U’s running out 7-0 winners.

Ones to Watch

Orient left back Leyre Bastyr has shown consistency and capability in equal measure this season. She has made 13 starts for the O’s across league and cup competition, and scored twice in the last three matches. Bastyr provides pace and threat in attack, with strength and stability in defence.

Midfielder Chloe McNee has made an immediate impact since coming into the squad for the O’s 2-0 victory against Ipswich Town on September 17th. McNee has made five starts for the club since then, scoring three goals and three assists during that time. Primarily she has played just behind the striker in a 4-2-3-1 formation, showing creativity and goal scoring ability.

For Haringey, Julia Carruthers has scored four of the eight goals Borough have scored this season. She will be hoping to add to her personal tally as her team look for their first points of the campaign.

Previous Six Results

The table shows the six previous games won and lost by Leyton Orient Women and Haringey Women’s FC.

Denham United 0-2 Orient Haringey Borough 0-7 Cambridge United
Cardiff City 3-1 Orient (CUP) Denham United 5-0 Haringey
Actonians 0-2 Orient (CUP) Haringey 2-7 Enfield Town (CUP)
Orient 3-4 Actonians Norwich City 5-0 Haringey (CUP)
Orient 7-0 Billericay Town Godalming Town 5-0 Haringey (CUP)
Orient 8-0 Haringey Borough Leyton Orient 8-0 Haringey


Stats and Facts

  • Orient have lost just three of their 13 games in all competitions, and put together a seven- match winning run between September 3rd and October 8th.
  • During this impressive run of form the O’s scored 39 goals, conceded just four and kept five clean sheets.
  • The O’s have scored in all but one of their games in all competitions this season, that was in the 0-0 draw with Cambridge United on the opening day of the campaign.
  • Haringey have the worst goal difference in the division (-57) having played the least amount of games this season (8).
  • They have conceded 62 goals in the league this season, whilst scoring just five.
  • Haringey have played only three home games this season, but have scored four of their five league goals at Coles Park.

Last Meeting

Orient welcomed Haringey to Mile End Stadium for their first midweek match of the season on October 4th. The O’s were relentless in front of goal, storming to an 8-0 victory with six different players getting their name on the scoresheet.

Points of View

After the O’s 2-0 victory against Denham United on Sunday, midfielder Egle Trezzi spoke to Rising East about what she expects from Haringey on Tuesday: “I respect them. I think they have a couple of players who are really good. We are looking to just enjoy the game, and maybe practice things that we can sharpen up on. We want to get the result, get as many goals as we can, not concede and work for those three points that are still vital in the league which is something we are really focused on at the moment.”

Trezzi talked about the benefits of playing two games in quick succession saying: “I’m happy for the turnover. I’m sure Chris will want to try different players or give chances to players that don’t usually play 90 minutes. I am happy to play as much as I can, but if he wants to try different players in my position then that’s fine. I think it is good to keep morale up. After the defeat at Cardiff, a long journey, I think we need a couple of games where we just show that we are still up for it.”

KO is Tuesday 7th November at 19:45.