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          Leyton Orient vs Cheltenham Town Preview, Tips & Stats

          Cheltenham Town make the trip to Brisbane Road to take on Leyton Orient this Saturday in League One. Cheltenham look to make their way out of the relegation zone whereas Leyton Orient aim to close in on the battle for the Play-off spot.

          Leyton Orient currently sit tenth in League One after 41 games. Orient have 16 wins, ten draws and 15 losses, leaving them on 58 points, nine points from Play-off football.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Leyton Orient have one win, one draw and three losses.

          Orient found themselves down to ten men in the 42nd minute with the red card to Ethan Galbraith. With just one shot on target, Orient slumped to a 1 - 0 loss, Jason Kerr scoring the only goal of the game in the 73rd minute for Wigan. Leyton Orient improved upon their shots on target, this time managing three, however, they still failed to convert any of them as they played out a 0 - 0 draw with Port Vale.

          Leyton Orient finally grabbed a big three points against Stevenage. Max Sanders scored the only goal of the game in the 16th minute with one of Orient’s two shots on target in the 1 - 0 win. However, the trip to Lincoln the next time out saw Orient on the wrong side of the 1 - 0 scoreline again. Jovon Makama scored the goal in the 90th minute to give Lincoln all the three points.

          The last time out for Leyton Orient was against Peterborough. Goals from Hector Kyprianou and Ephron Mason-Clark gave Peterborough the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Galbraith did get on the scoresheet with 20 minutes to go but The Posh held on for the 2 - 1 win.

          Cheltenham, on the other hand, currently sit 22nd in League One. In 39 games, The Robins have ten wins, eight draws and 21 losses which leaves them on 38 points, one point from safety.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Cheltenham have one win, one draw and three losses.

          Daniel Kanu’s 19th minute goal gave Charlton the 1 - 0 lead at halftime but Liam Sercombe equalised in the 70th minute for Cheltenham. However, goals from Tyreeq Bakinson and Alfie May in the last minutes of the game gave Charlton the 3 - 1 win. Cheltenham equalised late again, following Josh Murphy’s first half goal Will Ferry levelled the game in the 80th minute. But again, Greg Leigh popped up with a goal in the 88th minute to give Oxford the 2 - 1 win.

          The trip to Barnsley saw Cheltenham register just seven shots with two of them on target as both sides played out a 0 - 0 draw. Sercombe was on the scoresheet again for Cheltenham to give them the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. Ryan Graydon equalised for Fleetwood with ten minutes to go but a late goal from Aidan Keena secured a 2 - 1 win for Cheltenham.

          The most recent outing for Cheltenham was against Exeter City. Ben Williams opened the scoring for Cheltenham but a goal from Luke Harris and a penalty from Reece Cole gave Exeter the 2 - 1 win.

          Leyton Orient and Cheltenham have met 26 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1999. Cheltenham have the better record in the fixture with 13 wins in comparison to Leyton Orient’s eight wins, the other five games ending in a draw.

          Leyton Orient Team News

          Richie Wellens could be missing Jordan Graham and Theodore Archibald this weekend.

          Cheltenham Town Team News

          Darrell Clarke is without Rob Street for the rest of the season.