The league leaders are back in action this weekend after a break from League Two action with Leyton Orient set to play hosts to Bradford City with 12 points separating the two as the Yorkshire side have recently moved into the playoff spots.
Barely anyone has been able to stop Orient in League Two this season, with just two losses in League Two so far. Also, with just three draws too, they sit with 14 victories already and they have let in just 12 goals - no side has conceded fewer than them this campaign. What’s more, with 30 goals scored, they are one of the highest-scoring sides too.
The London side managed to secure a fantastic win away to Stockport County last time out too, which also came after beating Harrogate Town 2-0 as well. Orient did lose to Wimbledon just prior to this and Crewe Alexandra in the FA Cup too, but nevertheless, they are five points clear of second-placed Stevenage in League Two and nobody seems to have enough to stop them this season.
As for Bradford, they are in fifth right now with nine wins and just three losses, while also letting in just 17 goals and scoring 26 too. The Yorkshire outfit lost to Northampton Town last time out in the league, but in beating Mansfield and Sutton United, they have moved into the playoff spots.