Charlie Kelman, Tom James and Ruel Sotiriou scored as Leyton Orient restored their five-point lead at the top of League Two following a 3-0 home win over Bradford.
QPR loanee Kelman broke the deadlock after 24 minutes when he latched onto a defence-splitting ball from Theo Archibald before rounding Bantams goalkeeper Harry Lewis and slotting home.
The Londoners doubled their lead eight minutes later from a corner, George Moncur passing to the unmarked James who lashed the ball into the top corner from 20 yards.
In a competitive match played at a decent tempo throughout, the visitors came closest to netting when leading scorer Andy Cook narrowly failed to meet a set-piece from Richie Smallwood.
City created very few meaningful opportunities after the interval and Orient wrapped up a conclusive victory in the 85th minute when substitute Sotiriou, who had only been on the pitch three minutes, applied the final touch after an Aaron Drinan effort had been blocked.
Source : Sky Sports