The league leaders of League Two are back in action this weekend with Leyton Orient set to meet with Newport County in South Wales with the home side just narrowly above the relegation spots in the fourth tier.
Ahead of the game, Newport are in 18th and above the bottom two spots in League Two by eight points. On the other hand, with Rochdale and Gillingham in the bottom two having a game in hand over then, this gap could be cut down slightly in the coming weeks.
Leyton Orient remain in sensational form before this game. The club are the league leaders still and they are yet to be completely challenged at the top. They did meet with second-placed Stevenage in the last outing, drawing with them 0-0 to remain seven points above them.
In fact, Orient are 23 points above Newport before they meet and the London side also head into this game having lost just two games all season long in League Two. The league leaders also have the best defensive record with a stunning 12 let in from 22 games.