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O’s set new date for Bradford City match

12:44 06 January 2015

Orient midfielder Josh Wright gets stuck in during the O

Orient midfielder Josh Wright gets stuck in during the O's 3-1 loss at Bradford City earlier this season. (pic: Simon O'Connor)

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February date for Fabio Liverani’s Orient side to host Bantams

Leyton Orient have re-arranged their home League One match with Bradford City for Tuesday, February 17, 7.45pm kick-off.

The game against the Bantams was originally scheduled for last Saturday, January 3, but Phil Parkinson’s side were involved in a third FA Cup round clash at Championship side Millwall.

But the encounter with the Bantams will now take place on February 17 – sandwiched between a trip to Chesterfield on February 14 and another home game against Oldham Athletic on February 21.

In the reverse fixture, the O’s suffered a 3-1 defeat at Valley Parade back on November 29.

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