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Blackpool vs. Leyton Orient Prediction, Tips & Stats

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            Blackpool vs. Leyton Orient Betting Tip

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            Blackpool To Win And Under 2.5 Match Goals @ 10/3
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            Match Result

            Carlisle United

            Blackpool


            40%

            Car

            20%

            draw

            40%

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            Both Teams To Score

            Carlisle United

            Blackpool


            60%

            Car

            30%

            combined

            0%

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            Over 2.5 Goals

            Carlisle United

            Blackpool


            60%

            Car

            30%

            combined

            0%

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            Blackpool vs. Leyton Orient Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Two sides new to League One this season meet at Bloomfield Road on Saturday as Blackpool host Leyton Orient.

            Blackpool currently sit 8th in League One with one win and two draws from their opening three games of the season.

            The Tangerines started with a comfortable 2-0 win over Burton Albion being held to consecutive 0-0 draws against Exeter City and most recently Port Vale.

            Blackpool weren't at their best against Exeter but they dominated their encounter with Port Vale in midweek and will feel as though they should have come away with three points.

            Manager Neil Critchley will be very pleased with his side's resolve having kept three clean sheets from three so far but he will equally be slightly concerned at his side's impotence in attack in their two most recent games.

            It is only two matches, mind, and if they notch a couple of goals here his concern will no doubt subside.

            Blackpool are fairly fancied to mount a play-off push this season and while there have been positives sings from their opening few fixtures they're going to need to improve going forward in what is projected to be a strong field in League One.

            They're facing a side woefully out of form here and need to put down a marker.

            Leyton Orient currently sit 22nd in League One with three defeats from their opening three matches.

            The newly promoted side began their season with a 1-0 defeat away at Charlton Athletic before succumbing to a 0-4 battering at home to Portsmouth followed by a 3-2 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers in midweek.

            The loss to Wycombe will have been tough to take for Orient as they were reduced to ten men after Dan Happe was sent off after 50 minutes with the scores level at 1-1.

            They'll no doubt feel as though they would have got a result had Wycombe not been given a numerical advantage but they have to accept the loss and hope they avenge it this weekend.

            The main concern for manager Richie Wellens will be that his side have conceded eight goals in three games, and if they continue to leak goals at that rate then relegation will be close to a certainty.

            The odds are stacked against them in this one, as they seem to be in most games at the minute, but they can at least take heart in Blackpool's struggles in front of goal of late and hope that they won't be as dearly punished as they have been at points so fart this season.

            For our Blackpool vs. Leyton Orient prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.

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            Blackpool Team News

            Blackpool secured the loan signing of midfielder Jensen Weir from Brighton earlier in the week and having come on as a substitute against Port Vale he'll be looking to play from the start here.

            Jake Beesley will be hoping to force his way back into the starting XI with Kenny Dougall at risk of dropping out.

            Leyton Orient Team News

            Defender Daniel Happe is unavailable through suspension following his red card against Wycombe with Rob Hunt the likely man to replace him.

            Ruel Sotiriou will be hoping to build on the brace he scored last weekend while striker Joe Pigott will desperately want to open his account for the season.

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