Exeter took a hard-fought victory against Burton away from home 0-1. They hit a post at the start of the match, found spaces afterward, and scored in the 75th minute, while the Finish goalkeeper Viljami Sinisalo had to save them in the last minutes. Coach Gary Cantwell was satisfied with the performance and today will be without two players, starting goalkeeper Sinisalo (6/0) and midfielder Niskanen (2/0) due to international commitments, while striker Scott (3/1) remains injured. In the EFL Trophy, Leyton Orient lost 2-1 away to Gillingham and continued the bad form. In League One, they easily lost 0-3 to Stevenage at home and lost the 4th match in 6 rounds. Due to suspensions striker Forde (3/1) is out, while Sweeney (2/0) is injured. Exeter have been in excellent form of late, with three wins in their last four official games. On the contrary, Leyton Orient is deeply concerned, as they have five defeats in the last seven matches regardless of the competition. In the last 7 mutual matches in Exeter, the home side has 6 wins and 1 draw.