Stat Pack: Swindon Town vs Leyton Orient
6th placed Swindon Town have two successive League One wins following a 5-2 victory over Port Vale and 2-1 win at Colchester United.
Town are now four points behind Preston North End and making up ground on their visitors, who are 12 points ahead and in 2nd position.
In the League One form guide, Swindon remain fourth with four wins, zero draws and two defeats in six.
At the County Ground, Swindon are 1st in the form guide with five wins and a single defeat. Town have only dropped five points all season as hosts.
Leyton Orient are 5th in the form guide with four wins and two defeats. The East London side lost their previous game 0-1 at home to Preston North End – a first home defeat this season.
On their travels, Orient are 3rd in the form guide with four wins, one draw and one defeat. They won their previous away game 3-1 at Peterborough United.
In all League, FA Cup and Football League competitions, Town have faced Leyton Orient on 79 occasions, winning 26, drawing 25 and defeated 28 times; scoring 105 and conceding 96.
As hosts, Swindon have a record of 19 wins, 12 draws and 9 defeats, scoring 72 and conceding 39.
Swindon haven’t beaten Orient in seven meetings. Town’s last win came in December 2009 when a 3-2 win saw goals from Billy Paynter and Charlie Austin.
Swindon haven’t scored in the previous three meetings between the sides.
As hosts, Swindon lost the previous meeting 0-1 at the County Ground in September 2012 and haven’t beaten Orient for three meetings.
We’ve been rubbish in recent games against Orient to say the least and with them riding high in League One surely the visitors have to be the favourites…
Final-score: Swindon Town 2-2 Leyton Orient
Come on You Reds!