Leyton Orient have been handed a tough opening day trip to the class of 92’s Salford City, in a match which will be televised on BT Sport

The O’s will travel to Moor Lane on Saturday, August 4 for a 12:30pm kick off to take on newly promoted Salford, who finished top of the National League North last season and are part owned by the Neville brothers as well as Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes.

That feat marked their third promotion in the space of four years, although they won’t be competing in the National League under the stewardship of joint-managers Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson, who left the club by mutual consent in May.

Former Scunthorpe United boss Graham Alexander was swiftly appointed as their new manager and the 46-year-old has been a busy man this summer, bringing in nine new faces so far.

Orient’s first home game will take place three days later, with last season’s play-off semi-finalist’s Ebbsfleet United visiting the Breyer Group Stadium, before Barrow then travel to East London on Saturday, August 11.

A trip to Maidstone United then follows three days later ahead of a home game against Boreham Wood, before the first month of the season rounds off with a trip to Gateshead and a visit from Dover Athletic.

Recently relegated Barnet will most notably travel to the Breyer Group Stadium in September, with the Bees set to travel to East London on Saturday, September 15.

In October, the O’s will travel to Maidenhead United at the start of the month before home games against Hartlepool United and newly promoted Havant and Waterlooville are followed by a trip to Eastleigh.

Orient’s last game before Christmas will see Chesterfield visit the Breyer Group Stadium, before they take on Dagenham and Redbridge twice in the space of a week over the festive period.

Justin Edinburgh’s men will travel to Victoria Road on Boxing Day before the Daggers then take on the the O's at Brisbane Road on New Year’s Day. Sandwiched in between those two games is a trip to Dover Athletic on Saturday, December 29.

After taking on Dagenham and Redbridge on New Year’s Day, a home game against Salford City follows four days later, before the opening month of 2019 is rounded off with a trip to Ebbsfleet as well as a visit from Maidstone United.

Long journeys to Barrow and Hartlepool kick off February, before the O’s then have back-to-back home games against Maidenhead United and AFC Fylde.

Orient will then most notably head to the Hive to take on John Still’s Barnet at the end of March, before the last month of the season kicks off with a visit from Halifax Town at the Breyer Group Stadium.

The O’s last away game is against Solihull Moors on Monday, April 22, before the National League campaign finishes with a visit from Braintree Town.

For the full list of Leyton Orient’s fixtures, please see below:

Sat Aug 4 - Salford City (A)

Tue Aug 7 - Ebbsfleet United (H)

Sat Aug 11 - Barrow (H)

Tue Aug 14 - Maidstone United (A)

Sat Aug 18 - Boreham Wood (H)

Sat Aug 25 - Gateshead (A)

Mon Aug 27 - Dover Athletic (H)

Sat Sep 1 - Chesterfield (A)

Tue Sep 4 - Solihull Moors (H)

Sat Sep 8 - FC Halifax Town (A)

Sat Sep 15 - Barnet (H)

Sat Sep 22 - Harrogate Town (A)

Tue Sep 25 - Braintree Town (A)

Sat Sep 29 - Sutton United (H)

Sat Oct 6 - Maidenhead United (A)

Sat Oct 13 - Hartlepool United (H)

Sat Oct 27 - Havant & Waterlooville (H)

Tue Oct 30 - Eastleigh (A)

Sat Nov 3 - AFC Fylde (A)

Sat Nov 17 - Bromley (H)

Sat Nov 24 - Wrexham (A)

Tue Nov 27 - Aldershot Town (H)

Sat Dec 1 - Gateshead (H)

Sat Dec 8 - Boreham Wood (A)

Sat Dec 22 - Chesterfield (H)

Wed Dec 26 - Dagenham & Redbridge (A)

Sat Dec 29 - Dover Athletic (A)

Tue Jan 1 - Dagenham & Redbridge (H)

Sat Jan 5 - Salford City H

Sat Jan 19 - Ebbsfleet United (A)

Sat Jan 26 - Maidstone United (H)

Sat Feb 2 - Barrow (A)

Sat Feb 9 - Hartlepool United (A)

Sat Feb 16 - Maidenhead United (H)

Sat Feb 23 - AFC Fylde (H)

Sat Mar 2 - Havant & Waterlooville (A)

Sat Mar 9 - Wrexham (H)

Tue Mar 12 - Aldershot Town (A)

Sat Mar 16 - Bromley (A)

Sat Mar 23 - Eastleigh (H)

Sat Mar 30 - Barnet (A)

Sat Apr 6 - FC Halifax Town (H)

Sat Apr 13 - Sutton United (A)

Fri Apr 19 - Harrogate Town (H)

Mon Apr 22 - Solihull Moors (A)

Sat Apr 27 - Braintree Town (H)