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Exeter vs Leyton Orient Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (48') D. Mitchell
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      • (55') J. Pigott
      • (92') R. Sotiriou
      • (90') Pedro Borges
      • (95') M. Beardmore
      • (96') R. Cole
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      • (47') T. Archibald
      • (59') D. Pratley
      • (93') R. Sotiriou
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          Northampton Town

          Exeter City


          60%

          Nor

          20%

          draw

          60%

          Exe

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          Both Teams To Score

          Northampton Town

          Exeter City


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          Nor

          40%

          combined

          80%

          Exe

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          Over 2.5 Goals

          Northampton Town

          Exeter City


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          Nor

          30%

          combined

          60%

          Exe

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          Exeter vs Leyton Orient Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Exeter City and Leyton Orient keep Football League action going this weekend as part of only two games in League One on Saturday with Orient aiming for their first win of September after two losses while the home side continue to fly high.

          It's been a magical season so far for Exeter, as they head into this one top of League One and also into the third round of the EFL Cup after a second round victory over Stevenage on penalties. Ryan Trevitt has been a standout player for Exeter this season, and he managed to score against Burton last time during a 1-0 win.

          Further wins this season over Carlisle United and Reading mean four wins in a row for the club right now after drawing with Blackpool and losing at Fratton Park to Portsmouth. Exeter have also defeated Wycombe Wanderers on the road this campaign, and they now sit above Bolton Wanderers in second on goals difference.

          As for Orient, it's been a terrible return to the third tier this season, as they have secured just one win in the past four games after losing at home to Stevenage and falling to a Football League Trophy loss to Gillingham in the group stages. They did, however, manage to beat Cambridge United 2-0 a few weeks back after drawing 0-0 with Blackpool.

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          Exeter team news

          Ryan Trevitt was the hero for Exeter in the away win at Burton last time out and he likely starts here once more in midfield. Cole was booked but played 90 minutes against Burton and will remain here, while Admiral Muskwe should start here after missing the last game. Kyle Taylor also should start, while Tom Carroll is expected in midfield too. Hartidge, Will Wimson and Paul Sweeney are expected in the usual back three, as Vincent Harper came off the bench last week only to come off injured soon after.

          Leyton Orient team news

          Leyton Orient's terrible form this season carried on last weekend with a loss to Gillingham, but the club also saw Brandon Cooper and Shaw Forde sent off within three minutes of one another in the second half. This now leaves a huge hold in defence that Thomas James likely fills, while Ruel Sotiriou is expected to come into the attack. Theo Archibald, Idris El Mizouni and Samuel Howes are all likely to get minutes too. There are no other injuries or suspensions to deal with here.