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Leyton Orient welcome Bradford to The Breyer Group Stadium for a League Two contest on Saturday. Read our predictions and find the top odds for the contest below in our expert match preview.
Leyton Orient vs Bradford – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Unbeaten Bradford could climb to top spot in League Two with another positive result at Leyton Orient. Read our top three predictions for this weekend’s clash below.
- Match Result
- Bradford to Win
- Total Goals
- Over 2.5 Goals
- Anytime Goalscorer
- Andrew Cook
- No odds available yet
The odds presented here are always subject to change. One should check with the bookmaker before placing the bet. These odds are provided by William Hill, our recommended bookmaker for the big game.
Bradford to Win
After starting their season with a solid draw at Exeter, Bradford have taken flight in League Two, winning each of their last three assignments in the division to place themselves among the early front runners. The Bantams are playing with the swagger of promotion contenders and they are worth backing to claim maximum points again when they visit an Orient team that were turned over at home by Harrogate last time out.
Over 2.5 Goals
Bradford’s excellent performances have featured plenty of thrilling attacking exploits and the Bantams have notched nine goals in their last three League Two fixtures alone. Each of those contests produced over 2.5 goals overall and with Bradford’s frontline in razor-sharp form, the same market is worth pursuing on Saturday.
Andrew Cook to Score Anytime
Striker Andrew Cook established himself as a fan favourite at Valley Parade last season and the 30-year-old already looks like he will further cement his cult hero status with club’s supporters in 2021/22. Cook has buried four goals in his last two appearances for Bradford and we’re tipping him to put his lethal touch to good use again against Leyton Orient.
Leyton Orient vs Bradford: Match Preview
Kenny Jackett had made a promising start to his tenure at Leyton Orient, though the club’s surprising 2-0 reverse at home to Harrogate on Tuesday wasn’t in the script, especially after The O’s had so convincingly beaten Exeter at the same venue shortly before that. Orient missed a penalty in their defeat to Harrogate and their misfiring forwards have scored one or fewer goals in four of their last five matches.
New Bradford manager Derek Adams was brought in drag the Bantams into playoff contention this season and the Scottish coach’s impact at Valley Parade has been immediate. A three-game winning surge has pushed Bradford up into second spot and they showed incredible resilience to battle their way back to win a five-goal thriller at Mansfield last time out, where Andrew Cook scored a dramatic last winner.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Leyton Orient vs Bradford
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Leyton Orient vs Bradford Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
What stadium will the match be played at?
Saturday’s game will be played at The Breyer Group Stadium.
When does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 16:00 CET (GMT +1) on August 28.
Who will referee this weekend’s fixture?
Simon Mather will take charge of Saturday’s game.