Colchester vs Leyton Orient Betting Preview | 14 Nov 2020

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On paper, the first thing that Colchester vs Leyton Orient tells you is that the Essex outfit should be confident of reigniting their play-off charge at the JobServe Community Stadium.

Landing a thumping 6-1 romp against bitter rivals Southend while on EFL Trophy duties earlier in the week, the U’s should also be boosted by their most recent meeting against Saturday’s guests.

Landing a 3-1 win on home soil when the two sides faced off last season, it should be noted that a similar Colchester victory this weekend can be found priced at 5/4 with William Hill.

Betting Tip: Colchester draw no bet – 7/10 @ EnergyBet
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

Colchester’s home town success

With it no secret that Colchester have their sights set on mounting a play-off charge this season, Saturday’s hosts landed a stunning 6-1 win against League Two strugglers Southend in midweek.

Last seen on fourth-tier duties picking up a 3-1 victory against Stevenage earlier in the month, the U’s have really impressed many with their continued success on home soil so far this year.

Collecting 13 points from their five matchups at the JobServe Community Stadium, it should also be noted that Colchester have scored at least a pair of goals in all bar one of those appearances. The Essex outfit are priced at 11/10 with QuinnBet to bag over 1.5 goals again this weekend.

Betting Tip: Colchester draw no bet – 7/10 @ EnergyBet
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

Orient come crashing down

Although Leyton Orient might have enjoyed a stellar run of form last month, Saturday’s guests have come crashing back down to earth and find themselves in the midst of a three-match losing run across all formats.

Last seen earlier in the week getting hit with a 3-1 defeat against Charlton while on EFL Trophy duties, Ross Embleton’s men have also now suffered back-to-back defeats outside of the capital and are seeking a real bounce.

With a reputation for their high-scoring contests of late, each of Orient’s last four appearances have seen over 2.5 goals by the final whistle and a similar outcome this weekend can be found priced at 19/20 with Paddy Power.


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