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Barrow and Leyton Orient meet to battle it out for three points in League Two on Saturday. Read our expert predictions and find the best odds for the fixture below in our match preview.
Barrow vs Leyton Orient – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Seventh meets fourth in League Two when Barrow and Leyton Orient meet on Saturday. Read our top three predictions for this weekend’s fixture below.
- Double Chance
- Draw or Leyton Orient
- Both Teams to Score
- Half Time Result
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Leyton Orient Double Chance
Leyton Orient were gunned down for the first time on the road this season when they conceded twice in the dying embers at Port Vale last week, though the unfortunate O’s can bounce back against Barrow on Saturday. The hosts have won only once in their last four attempts on home soil and their habit of dropping points on their own patch makes Leyton Orient an interesting prospect in the double chance market.
Both Teams to Score
While Leyton Orient have been collecting plenty of points on the road this season, clean sheets have been far tougher to come by. Indeed, the O’s have yet to shut out their hosts this term and both teams have notched in 100% of their away assignments in League Two this season overall. BTTS has also landed in each of Barrow’s last three home matches, so stick to the same market on Saturday.
Half Time Result: Draw
Barrow have been slow starters at home this season and they have yet to establish a first-half advantage at The Dunes Hotel Stadium. Three of their five matches at that venue were all square at the break and backing a draw in the half time result market appeals again at the prices on offer. When Barrow last met Leyton Orient in April, the teams went into the break at level pegging and a similar outcome looks possible here.
Barrow vs Leyton Orient: Match Preview
Barrow Team News
Kgosi Ntlhe, Luke James, Matt Platt, Jamie Devitt, Tom Beadling and Mike Jones all look set to miss out for Barrow this weekend, while Dimitri Sea and Connor Brown are rated as doubtful. Indeed, Barrow are so short on fit players at present that they couldn't fill their substitute’s bench in their 1-0 win at Mansfield last Saturday.
Leyton Orient Team News
Adam Thompson and Callum Reilly are both injured for Leyton Orient, while Paul Smyth is also in a race to be fit. Tom James is serving a one-match suspension for an accumulation of yellow cards. Orient's five-game unbeaten surge came to an end in dramatic fashion at Port Vale, when they threw away a 2-1 goal lead in injury time. The O's are still handily placed in 4th position despite their defeat however.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Barrow vs Leyton Orient
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Barrow vs Leyton Orient Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
Who won the last meeting between these clubs?
Leyton Orient beat Barrow 2-0 when the clubs last met on April 17.
What time does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 16:00 CET (GMT +1).
Is this game on TV?
Barrow vs Leyton Orient is not being shown live on TV.