Karl Robinson praised the ruthlessness of League 1 play-off contenders Leyton Orient and Peterborough United, who will battle it out this evening for a place at Wembley.
The Dons manager was in the Sky Sports studio for the first-leg last weekend which finished all-square after Orient winger Moses Odubajo cancelled out Britt Assombalonga’s first-half header.
“Both teams were ruthless,” Robinson told the media on Tuesday. “(Peterborough) have Britt Assombalonga playing off Nicky Ajose with (Danny) Swanson on one side and (Tommy) Rowe while Orient have their quality at the top end of the pitch.”
Of course, Robinson will be watching on tonight as the two sides meet for the second leg at Matchroom Stadium.
although the Posh, who have a strong record away from home, are a tempting Sky Bet
to win the game in 90 minutes, are the slight favourites with 6/5
Russell Slade’s Orient, priced at
to win by the slight scoreline of 1-0.10/1
to net first and Peterborough at 12/1
also has several price boosts on offer with wide-man Odubajo at Sky Bet
After larger odds? How about Orient captain Nathan Clarke to score the opening goal in a 2-1 victory for the Greater London outfit at
The full list of odds can be viewed
Odds were correct as of 4pm on Tuesday 13th May