Preview of the O's trip to Stadium mk tomorrowFORM
Orient slipped to their first defeat in five matches in the 1-0 loss at home to Doncaster Rovers, as Rob Jones’ 55th minute header proved to be the difference between the two sides on Tuesday.
The result left the O’s in 19th place, and they are outside the League One relegation zone on goal difference.
MK Dons are currently third in the table going into this weekend’s game and are on a seven-game unbeaten run, including a 3-0 win over Fleetwood Town on Tuesday.
O’S TEAM NEWS
Orient have injury doubts over Dean Cox, Bradley Pritchard and Andrea Dossena going into the match while Kevin Lisbie, who has returned from his loan spell with Stevenage, is ruled out after picking up an injury while with the League Two outfit.
Gary Woods is likely to miss out once more with a back injury, meaning first-year scholar Sam Sargeant may well take his place on the bench once again. Goalkeeper Adam Legzdins and midfielder Romain Vincelot remaining long-term absentees with respective shoulder and knee injuries.
LAST TIME AT STADIUM MK
MK Dons 1
Leyton Orient 3
On the last day of the regular League One season, the O’s emerged victorious to go into the play-offs full of confidence.
Kevin Lisbie’s first-half double put Orient in command, before strike partner David Mooney effectively sealed the contest on 56 minutes. Ryan Hall netted a consolation for the Dons.
League sponsors SkyBet have tomorrow’s hosts as 8/13 favourites, while an O’s win is priced at 9/2 and a draw is 14/5.
Orient’s top goalscorer Chris Dagnall is priced at 7/1 to score the first goal tomorrow.