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Leyton Orient vs. Stevenage Prediction, Tips & Stats

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            Leyton Orient vs. Stevenage Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Two sides that spent last season in League Two meet in League One this weekend as Leyton Orient face Stevenage.

            Leyton Orient currently sit 18th in League One with one win, one draw and three losses from their first five games of the season.

            Orient struggled mightily in their opening games of the season as they fell to defeat against Charlton Athletic, 1-0, Portsmouth, 0-4, and Wycombe Wanderers, 3-2.

            They do, though, look as now they acclimatising to life in League One having taken four points from their last two games with a draw away at Blackpool preceding an impressive 2-0 win over Cambridge United last time out.

            It can't be emphasised enough how big the win over Cambridge was; not only because it finally gets Orient off the mark for the season but because Cambridge are a very good side and it demonstrates that Orient can cut it in this division.

            They were more than good value for the three points too, with goals from Shaq Forde and Theo Archibald enough to secure the win.

            There's still a lot of football to be played this season so where Leyton Orient will end up is a mystery, but registering successive wins here, against a side they beat to the League Two title last season, could really set them on their way.

            Stevenage currently sit 5th in League Two with three wins, one draw and one defeat from their first five games of the season.

            Stevenage got off to a flyer by registering consecutive wins against Northampton Town, 0-1, Shrewsbury Town, 2-0, and Cambridge United, 1-2.

            They have, though, stuttered a bit in their last two matches with a 0-0 draw at home to Portsmouth last time out following a 2-0 loss away at Reading.

            Still, Stevenage have clearly settled to League One better than any of the other four promoted sides and if you would have offered them the points from their first five games before the season started they would have snapped your hand off.

            Manager Steve Evans will be hugely pleased with how watertight his side have been defensively so far, with their rate of just three goals conceded in their opening five games currently the third best in the league.

            They could do with becoming a tad more ruthless in front of goal, but if they can maintain their defensive output they will have the foundation of a very good League One team.

            Stevenage hammered Leyton Orient 3-0 the last time the two sides met so they'll have to hope they can recreate the performance that led to that victory in what will be a tough game here.

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

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            Leyton Orient Team News

            It's overwhelmingly likely that manager Richie Wellens will stick with the same side that lined up for the 2-0 win over Cambridge United last weekend.

            Stevenage Team News

            Jake Forster-Caskey is unavailable through suspension after his red card last weekend.

            Nathan Thompson returned from suspension in midweek and will likely reclaim his position at the heart of the defence for this one.

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