Edinburgh Can't Wait For His O's To Face Strong Fylde Side

Leyton Orient boss Justin Edinburgh says his team are up for the battle as they prepare to head up North to take on AFC Fylde.

The O's in recent weeks have picked up impressive results away at Dover Athletic in the FA Trophy and then gained a hard-earned point against Tranmere Rovers, writes Tom Feaheny.

"They are a team on a good run of form, they have picked up some impressive results in recent weeks and I know how tough this game will be for my side," Edinburgh told BBC Radio London.

"Last weekend was a tough battle, the character shown and energy in tough conditions after falling behind, we gave a fantastic account of ourselves and that is what we have to build on once again."

"We have depth in the group, we have Josh Koroma giving a good and mature performance, I was pleased for him. There is competition for places now where if a player is missing we aren't really weakened by it.

"We will need the bodies available, we have a lot of games coming up and want to take full use of the squad."

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