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            Derby County vs Leyton Orient Preview, Tips & Stats

            Leyton Orient make the trip to Pride Park to take on Derby County this Saturday in League One. Derby look to secure their automatic promotion and put some distance between themselves and Bolton, whereas Leyton Orient aim to stage a late challenge for the Play-offs.

            Derby County currently sit second in League One after 43 games. The Rams have 25 wins, eight draws and ten losses, leaving them on 83 points, seven points from top of the table Portsmouth.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Derby have two wins, two draws and one loss.

            Kane Wilson scored the only goal of the game in the 78th minute to give Derby the big 1 - 0 win over fellow promotion candidates Bolton, despite having just 43% of the possession and just three shots on target. However, the next time out saw Derby handed a shock loss by Northampton Town. Sam Hoskins was the only name on the scoresheet after his goal in the 23rd minute gave Northampton the 1 - 0 win over a ten-man Derby who had Sonny Bradley sent off in the tenth minute of added time.

            Derby bounced back against Blackpool. Despite Blackpool having more of the possession and more shots, a first half goal from Ebou Adams gave Derby the 1 - 0 win over Blackpool and all three points. Another big game saw Derby take on Portsmouth. Joe Ward opened the scoring for The Rams in the 23rd minute, but Abu Kamara equalised for Pompey just four minutes later. Ward regained the lead for Derby before halftime, but a late goal from Owen Moxon grabbed a 2 - 2 draw for Portsmouth.

            The last time out for Derby was against Wycombe. Derby were unable to register a single shot on target and had to settle for a 0 - 0 draw.

            Leyton Orient, on the other hand, currently sit tenth in League One. In 43 games, Orient have 17 wins, 11 draws and 15 losses which leaves them on 62 points, eight points from the Play-offs.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Orient have two wins, one draw and two losses.

            Max Sanders scored the only goal of the game for Orient in the 16th minute to give them the 1 - 0 win over Stevenage, despite Stevenage having 60% of the possession and three more shots. However, the next time out saw Leyton Orient on the wrong side of the 1 - 0 scoreline. After a goalless 90 minutes, Jovon Makama popped up with the only goal of the game to give Lincoln the 1 - 0 win, even with Orient having ten more shots and three more shots on target.

            Hector Kyprianou and Ephron Mason-Clarke both scored to give Peterborough the 2 - 0 lead over Leyton Orient at halftime. Ethan Galbraith did score for Orient, but Peterborough held on for the 2 - 1 win. However, Orient bounced back against Cheltenham. Galbraith, Ollie O’Neill and Ruel Sotiriou all scored in the 3 - 1 win for Orient, with Joe Nuttall on the scoresheet late for Cheltenham.

            The most recent outing for Leyton Orient was against Exeter City. Ollie O’Neill and George Moncur put Orient in the driving seat but late goals from Millenic Alli and Tom Carroll rescued a 2 - 2 draw for Exeter.

            This will be the 50th meeting between Derby and Leyton Orient, with the first meeting coming all the way back in 1907. Derby have the better record in the fixture with 23 wins in comparison to Orient’s 18 wins, the other eight games ending in a draw.

            Derby County Team News

            Paul Warne could be without Callum Elder, Craig Forsyth, Tom Barkhuizen, Dwight Gayle, Max Bird, Ryan Nyambe, Tyreece John-Jules and Jake Rooney this weekend.

            Leyton Orient Team News

            Richie Wellens could be missing Jordan Graham, Theo Archibalf and Idris El Mizouni this weekend.