Baudry rescues point for O's

Mattieu Baudry rescued a point for Leyton Orient as their top-of-the-table showdown against Wolves ended in a 1-1 draw at Molineux.

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Baudry pounced from close range on the hour to cancel out Ethan Ebanks-Landell's fifth minute opener in front of a crowd of 28,598.

But Wolves should really have made the game safe well before Baudry scored with Orient's first shot on target as they squandered a host of chances.

Kenny Jackett's side made the perfect start when Ebanks-Landell surged forward from defence and picked up a pass from Kevin McDonald before rifling a shot past Jake Larkins from the edge of the area.

Wolves then dominated the first-half only for Jake Cassidy to waste two excellent chances while a last-ditch challenge from Baudry denied Michael Jacobs what looked to be a certain goal.

Kevin McDonald then shot weakly at Larkins at the start of the second-half and Baudry almost inevitably made Wolves pay for their failings in front of goal.

He ghosted into the area to stab home a right-wing cross from Moses Odubajo to ensure that honours were even in an entertaining encounter.

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