Date: 22nd September 2008 at 10:41am
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Leicester left it late, but two goals in the final three minutes secured a 3-1 win at Leyton Orient on Saturday.

Lloyd Dyer (11) gave the away side an early lead but then Leicester ‘keeper David Martin was lucky not to have been shown a card after handling outside the box, which might have made a difference. Adam Chambers (44) levelled for Orient on the stroke of half time.

Orient ‘keeper Glenn Morris produced several fine saves to frustrate the visitors but with time running out he was finally beaten by Matty Fryatt (87) and Andy King (90) secured the points at the death.

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