Northampton Town 1-1 Leyton Orient

Two goals in a dramatic injury time saw Northampton Town go in front, only to draw with Leyton Orient.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin headed in Joel Byrom's corner in the third minute of stoppage time before O's midfielder Dean Cox's final-minute free-kick.

Town keeper Adam Smith had put in a man-of-the-match display to keep out several second-half chances for Orient.

Ollie Palmer and Jay Simpson were both denied by stunning saves from Smith after two good efforts.

Alex Cisak was in similar form in Orient's goal, saving a shot from Alfie Potter with his legs.

Meanwhile, Northampton confirmed before kick-off that midfielder Paul Corry is likely to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Leyton Orient manager Ian Hendon told BBC London 94.9:

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Hendon on Northampton v Leyton Orient

"We could have done without the drama to be honest because we played ever so well and the game should have been wrapped up long before we got an equaliser in the last minute.

"We've dominated the game for long spells, it's no coincidence that their goalkeeper gets man of the match.

"Dean Cox has come up with that moment of magic and that's what he brings to the team so I'm delighted for him."

As It Stood

TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1Portsmouth9540168819
2Wycombe9531135818
3Leyton Orient95311610618
4Plymouth9522147717
5Accrington9441126616
6Oxford Utd9351117414
7Morecambe94231614214
8Northampton94231210214
9Mansfield9342116513
10Cambridge93421212013
11Hartlepool94141010013
12Carlisle93421718-113
13Notts County94141415-113
14Exeter94141314-113
15Wimbledon93331012-212
16Luton93241413111
17Bristol Rovers931579-210
18Barnet93151216-410
19York92341012-29
20Stevenage92341115-49
21Yeovil92161016-67
22Dag & Red9135816-86
23Crawley9135615-96
24Newport9126615-95
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