Justin Edinburgh says he is prepared for a “tough game” when he takes his Leyton Orient side to Barnet tomorrow in the National League, report the East London & West Essex Guardian.
Barnet’s lowly position in the table is not indicative of their recent form, with the Bees currently unbeaten in five and having kept four consecutive clean sheets, and Edinburgh knows his team will have to be at the level they have been in recent matches if they are to extend their own winning run to nine games.
After Tuesday’s win over AFC Fylde, he said: “It’s going to be a tough game as they are in good form, they’ve got a lot of good players so it’s another tough one and we’ll have to be at our best again.
“There’s always a possibility of fatigue but I don’t really envisage it at the moment. We’ve played no more games, really, at this present time, than anyone else.
“I think when you’re a player and you’re playing well it doesn’t really come into account. I don’t think it’ll be a problem.”
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