Northampton without suspended Turnbull for Orient clash

Posted Friday, October 04, 2019 by PA

Northampton without suspended Turnbull for Orient clash

Northampton will be without suspended midfielder Jordan Turnbull for the Sky Bet League Two game against Leyton Orient.

Turnbull collected his fifth yellow card of the season after scoring twice in last Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Morecambe and serves a one-match ban.

Alan McCormack, who has not featured since August 3 due to a hamstring problem, played in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Tuesday and, if passed fit, could replace Turnbull.

Cobblers boss Keith Curle on Tuesday celebrated a year in charge of the club. He remains without goalkeeper Steve Arnold (hamstring) and midfielder Ryan Watson (broken collarbone).

Orient midfielder James Dayton could make his first appearance of the season on Saturday.

Dayton has been sidelined with a fractured ankle but interim O’s head coach Ross Embleton is considering including him in his squad at Sixfields.

Experienced midfielder Jobi McAnuff, who is yet to feature this term, is making progress on his recovery from a groin injury but remains a doubt.

Defender Jamie Turley and forward Lee Angol remain sidelined with hamstring injuries.




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