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Oxford United vs. Leyton Orient Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (77') G. Moncur
      • (4') J. Murphy
      • (57') C. Brown
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      • (48') R. Sotiriou
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          Match Result

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          Both Teams To Score

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          Oxford United vs. Leyton Orient Prediction, Tips & Stats

          This weekend, League One action heats up as Oxford United host Leyton Orient at the Kassam Stadium. Both teams enter the fixture with aspirations of securing a vital victory to bolster their respective positions in the league table.

          Currently occupying 5th place in League One, Oxford United's journey this season has been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride. Initially touted as promotion favourites, the team showcased their potential with a blistering start under former manager Liam Manning. However, Manning's departure in November, followed by the appointment of Des Buckingham, saw Oxford's momentum stutter, something they've yet to recover.

          The team's recent form reflects their struggle to rediscover their early-season brilliance. With just one win in their last eight league matches, Oxford find themselves in a precarious position. Despite their home advantage, Oxford have managed only one victory in their last six games at the Kassam Stadium.

          In the midst of adversity, midfielder Cameron Brannagan has stood as Oxford's standout performer, acting as the talisman in the middle of the park. Meanwhile, striker Mark Harris leads the club's scoring charts with nine goals, spearheading Oxford's attacking efforts.

          Oxford's resolve will be tested as they aim to bounce back from their recent disappointment, epitomized by their heartbreaking 2-2 draw against Northampton Town, where a stoppage-time equaliser denied them three points.

          On the other hand, Leyton Orient have enjoyed a promising ascent since their promotion from League Two last season. Despite a challenging start to life in League One, the team, under the guidance of manager Richie Wellens, have steadily found their footing and now stand as a playoff contender.

          Buoyed by a recent run of form, which includes three wins from their last five matches, Leyton Orient arrive at the Kassam Stadium with confidence in their boots. However, a disappointing 1-2 defeat to Burton Albion in their most recent game serves as a reminder of the fine margins in football.

          Crucially, Leyton Orient has demonstrated resilience on their travels, boasting an impressive record of three wins, one draw, and one defeat in their last five away fixtures. Midfield maestro Idris El Mizouni has been instrumental in orchestrating Leyton Orient's midfield play, while Ruel Sotiriou leads the team's scoring charts with ten goals, despite spending the last two games as a substitute.

          As Oxford United prepare to clash with Leyton Orient in a pivotal League One encounter, both teams understand the significance of securing a positive result. With Oxford seeking to reignite their promotion push and Leyton Orient aiming to consolidate their playoff aspirations, the stage is set for an intriguing battle.

          For our Oxford vs. Leyton Orient prediction, we're going for a 3-2 win for the home side.

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          Oxford Team News

          Elliott Moore is a doubt after spending successive matches absent from the matchday squad while Kyle Edwards and Marcus Browne continue to miss out.

          WIll Goodwin could come into the starting XI form this one after scoring what both he and Oxford thought would be the winner off the bench against Northampton last time out.

          Leyton Orient Team News

          Leyton Orient seem likely to have to make do without Jordan Graham and Daniel Happe again here.

          Striker Ruel Sotiriou is the most likely candidate to be offered a recall to the starting lineup in light of a disappointing defeat to Burton in their last outing.

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