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Plenty of football from Yellow Sport over the next three days.
Rowland Lyons will set the ball rolling at St James Park where Leyton Orient hope to give interim boss, Jobi McAnuff a second successive Sky Bet League Two victory against Exeter City.
Only a win will do if Orient are to remain in contention for the play-offs – kick-off is at 1pm.
I’ll be heading to the JobServe Community Stadium to see if Colchester United can take another huge set away from the League Two dropzone against a Newport County slide that has fallen off the pace of late.
The U’s came from behind to beat Carlisle United and end their fourteen-match winless sequence during the week – moving them ten points clear of the bottom two in the process.
I’ll be in N17 on Sunday evening where Tottenham Hotspur hope to record a third Premier League win on the bounce against Crystal Palace. The return of Gareth Bale and Dele Alli has coincided with an upturn in fortunes for Jose Mourinho’s men. The action gets underway at 7:15pm.
Monday night football comes from the London Stadium where Leeds United are the visitors.
Results elsewhere have seen West Ham United slip out of the top four. However, David Moyes’ men are in good form and will fancy their chances against an entertaining, but often naive Leeds side.
Look out for team news, updates, reports and reaction from around the grounds – Southend United head to Oldham Athletic on Saturday, while Dagenham & Redbridge host Boreham Wood. There is also a full programme of FAWSL matches with West Ham v Chelsea the pic of the local action.
Stay safe – Jeevesie x