Leyton Orient's Sky Bet League One match with Lincoln City, abandoned due to a medical emergency, will be replayed in full it has been announced.

Referee Stephen Martin first stopped the October 3 match in the 82nd minute after being made aware of the emergency, with O's leading 1-0.

The game was called off an hour after it was initially stopped and O's supporter Derek Reynolds died despite receiving treatment at the stadium.

And the EFL has announced its board had decided to start the game again.

"Having considered all relevant factors relating to the decision taken by the match officials and club stadium staff on the night, alongside the options available to them in accordance with the regulations, the board felt the most reasonable course of action was to reschedule the fixture in full," an EFL spokesperson said.

"A new date for the game will be announced by the clubs in due course."

*copy from Press Association.