NEITHER Leyton Orient nor Huddersfield have anything to play for as the League I season reaches its final day, so tomorrow’s clash is probably going to be remembered most for being Andy Booth’s last appearance.

With little riding on the contest, the bookies are struggling to call it; Victor Chandler chalking both sides up at 6/4 for victory and Betdaq making Town 17/10.

However, as this is set to be a relaxed end-of-season affair, plenty of punters will opt for the draw (12/5, Stan James) and a high-scoring one at that, meaning’s 14/1 for it to finish 2-2 might attract cash.

Nevertheless, as Lee Clark’s men have won four on the bounce away from home they have to be fancied for the points, especially against an O’s outfit who perform better on the road than on their own patch.

Subsequently, Betfred will have plenty of travelling supporters in particular casting an eye over their 10/1 for Town to register a 2-1 triumph and Boylesports’ 9/2 for Huddersfield to eventually come out on top having drawn the first half could be equally alluring to away fans.

For the more confident, bet365 give the hosts a mythical goal start and price Town at 9/2 and that wager would prove successful if Clark’s side recorded a 3-1 success, a result Coral rate at 25/1.

Elsewhere, Sportingbet offer odds of 3/4 for both teams to get on the scoresheet and from a Huddersfield perspective in that department, Andy Booth is 15/2 with Blue Square to mark his final appearance by notching his fifth in four by opening the scoring.

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