Buoyant Leyton Orient are 21/10 outsiders with William Hill to beat League One leaders Brighton but the O’s could upset the odds.
Both Leyton Orient and League One leaders Brighton are on a high ahead of their meeting at Brisbane Road, having both beaten Championship opposition on Saturday in the FA Cup, but it’s the solid-looking O’s that can upset the odds.
Russell Slade’s men have lost just once in 15 matches across all competitions, that defeat coincidentally coming against Brighton at the Withdean Stadium but they’re a tasty 21/10 with William Hill to gain revenge in the reverse fixture.
The Seagulls however, aren’t top of the league for nothing and it’s worth taking out some insurance where the stalemate is concerned. Subsequently, the hosts in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market are the pick at 6/5 (Stan James).
At Huish Park, a much-improved Yeovil side can boost their hopes of avoiding relegation by beating Plymouth. The Glovers’ victory at Brentford was their fourth in six games and by contrast the Pilgrims have lost five of their last six, so the formbook points to a home win in this one at 23/20 with Totesport.
A much-needed triumph could also be on the cards for rock-bottom Dagenham as they host Brentford, the home side a tempting 8/5 at to inflict a sixth defeat in seven on the beleaguered Bees. Meanwhile at Boundary Park, bet365 post evens against an Oldham victory against faltering Hartlepool.