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Leyton Orient head to Wembley on Sunday looking to complete the second part of the non-league double.

The National League champions are the favourites to lift the FA Trophy, and are to do so in normal time.

Opponents AFC Fylde have recent Wembley experience in their locker, albeit in a very disappointing Promotion Final defeat to Salford City last weekend. The Coasters conceded three without reply and didn't once look like troubling their big-spending opponents.

Fylde boss Dave Challinor is determined to put that defeat behind his side and insists that their preparation for this game has been all about looking forward and not dwelling on the disappointment of their promotion chances vanishing for another year.

His side are outsiders in normal time and to win by any means.

One potential negative for Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh is that the last competitive ball any of his players kicked will have been a whole 22 days ago by the time the game kicks off on Sunday afternoon.

The O's did play a friendly against Aston Villa Under-23s last week to counter any rustiness.

Orient comfortably won the regular league season matches between the two sides and I see no reason to oppose them here.

Forward Macauley Bonne is turning all kinds of heads in the Football League, but should be staying at Brisbane Road for the foreseeable future.

He can add to his impressive league tally and score in a Leyton Orient win in 90 minutes, which is priced at .

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