I must admit that competition affects my choice of bet. I like a risk, but I have to be careful about the points for the competition, and in this case I take the Asian handicap and lower odds instead of home win without conditions with higher odds. And I believe that the hosts will win. Leyton Orient has do that after two defeats in the last season, especially that played at home after leading in the first half. For this game both teams have some changes. Leyton's goalkeeper Jamie Jones, who has been out for a month after a hernia operation, is back. He already played for the reserves last week and this change wouldn't be problematic. Ben Chorley is available after suspension, midfielder Adam Chambers is back from injury but he will be on the bench. Winger Dean Cox could be ready after having a flu. MK Dons have problems with strikers. Aaron Wilbraham is suspended, Sam Baldock and Angelo Balanta are injured and also defenders Jude Stirling and Sean O'Hanlon. The last two could be on the bench. MK Dons were on the top of the league, but they lost last three games, all three with two or more goal difference. Their form is evident in a decline and they especially weak away from home where they lost 8 of 10 games. Leyton Orient was undefeated in last four games and they are good home team with 4 wins, 2 tied and lost games, each. Leyton Orient has good chance to take all three points in the game using poor form of MK Dons and their problems with lack of strikers.
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