Exeter (@1.83) vs Leyton Orient (@4.33)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Exeter will win

Exeter – Leyton Orient Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 10:00

Should be a good one. Our selection here is for both teams to score in a 2-1 win for Exeter City after the 90. For this match, we think that Leyton Orient are certainly able to break down this Exeter City team, although that probably wont quite be as many as they will have scored against them. Our predictions, user poll and statistics for Exeter City v Leyton Orient can be found here - as well as the best betting odds.

Therefore, combining our initial tip with a both teams to score bet looks to be an excellent opportunity to earn some extra profit and it is also reflected in our tip for the correct score. However, the hosts may have an excellent defensive record, but we think that they may need to work a little harder to get the job done. The Orient have scored in all but two of their league matches so far this season and we think that means there is an excellent opportunity to boost the return on offer.

The form of the hosts makes them a pretty hard prospect to ignore. When you also factor in that Exeter have won the last five meetings between these two sides, backing a home win looks to be the only way to go. They are the form team in the division at the moment and are against a side who have only managed two wins this season.

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Any side who are looking to kick on and claim promotion know that a strong start to the season is essential to their chances. Fortunately for Exeter City, that is something which is exactly what they have achieved and this weekend they have the opportunity to further extend this good run as they face off against a recently promoted Leyton Orient side.

Theyre a team that have been through a lot on the back of such success last season, and then losing their manager in such devastating circumstances. Ahead of the match, manager Matt Taylor said: Weve not played them for a couple of seasons.

So far this season, Wright has taken charge of six EFL fixtures and has handed out 20 yellow cards, one red card and one penalty kick. The Merseyside born official last took charge of the Os in the Semi-Final of the FA Trophy against AFC Telford United and he sent off Matt Harrold on that day. Tomorrows referee will be Peter Wright, he will be assisted by Samuel Ogles and Simon Shaw with Kevin Morris as the fourth official.

Take a look at the up-to-date predictions and betting tips that will help you share the victory with the winner. All the football fans and experts agree about the superiority of one team over the other. Just in a few days, Exeter and Leyton Orient will have an encounter, the results of which are too predictable. There is an excellent opportunity to win significant profit within England League 2. Have you chosen the match to bet on 14.09.2019?

Leyton Orient

Our award-winning match day programme returns this Saturday and as usual has a whole host of content for supporters of all ages. Junior Grecians can take part in our quizzes and local journalists Matt Bamsey and Alan Richardson cast their eyes over the Grecians and the wider footballing world. Inside well have a feature interview with Aaron Martin, who discusses his good form of late, and well also have our regular City and Me feature.

The hosts have stepped things up in front of goal of late and have scored seven times in their last three league matches. The Grecians lead the pack after claiming 17 points from their seven outings so far and with the best defensive record in the division to boot, it is easy to see why they have been so strong. Exeter City will have always had a run at winning promotion in their minds as they have narrowly missed out over the last few seasons.

However, that is not to rule them out, as they have mixed it with other promotion contenders and even managed to get the better of one when they overcame Mansfield in a 3-2 victory a few weeks ago. Although the visitors would love to be with the top gunners in the division, they have endured a difficult summer and on the field it has clearly had an effect. Making the trip to St James Park is a Leyton Orient side who have slightly less lofty ambitions this season following their promotion from the National League.