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TEAM NEWS: Russell Slade has the luxury of a near fully-fit squad available with Jamie Jones remaining the only absentee with a back injury.
The U’s captain Brian Wilson was substituted at half time in the midweek defeat to Sheffield United with a hamstring injury and has been receiving treatment since then. 
Should Brian not make the cut for the trip to Brisbane Road, Joe Dunne may turn to Alie Sesay after his second half appearance against the Blades, whilst David Wright has also played in that position previously. 
Alex Gilbey is set to miss out – also with a hamstring injury – whilst Drey Wright and Josh Thompson are currently still out. 
Drey has, however been back in training in recent weeks and drawing closer to his first team return.
FORM: Orient are looking for their third victory in E10 on the bounce after returning to the top of the League 1 table last Saturday with a 2-0 win over Swindon Town. 
By contrast, the U’s are looking to avoid a third straight defeat and will be hoping to put some further daylight between themselves and the relegation zone. They currently sit three points off of the drop zone but have three games in hand on a lot of the sides around them in the table. 
BETTING: Orient are 8/13  favourites, with United at 4/1 and a draw at 11/4. For the full betting with over 50 markets on the match head to
TICKETS: There are still plenty available and there will be cash turnstiles in the South and East stand for home supporters. 
The North Stand is our family stand at the Matchroom Stadium and tickets need to be purchased in advance. 
Away supporters will be situated in the East Stand where there are cash turnstiles and away ticket collections can be made from the East Stand Ticket Office. 
Tickets for upcoming Orient away fixtures will be on-sale from the main Ticket Office until 2pm before the match and then again after the full-time whistle. For details of upcoming away tickets click here:
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ELSEWHERE: Keep an eye open for the Leyton Orient players around the ground shaking buckets to collect for the Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme team who are doing a bike ride to Amsterdam for Prostate Cancer UK.
You can also donate here: 
PROGRAMME: Our 68-page matchday magazine will be available from sellers for £3 within the ground by the entrances when you arrive at the ground and in the Club Shop. Any remaining copies will go on-sale in the shop after the game. For Saturday we have a big interview with Kevin Lisbie who reveals why he feels so at home at Orient whilst John Mackie lifts the lid on his old teammate Jabo Ibehre.  
HOSPITALITY: Arrival for hospitality in our Olympic Suite is from 12:30pm at main reception. The Olympic Suite is located on the third floor and we have lift access available. Season ticket holders who are having pre-match hospitality are welcome to return to the Olympic Suite post match to see the presentations. If you have any queries regarding your hospitality package or would like to book a package for a future match please contact the commercial team on 0871 310 1886 or email [email protected]
AWAY FANS: Away supporters will be situated in the East Stand on Brisbane Road where there will be cash turnstiles in operation.
CLUB SHOP: The superstore will be open from 10am and straight after the final whistle.
TRAVEL INFORMATION: For all the information about getting to The Matchroom Stadium visit as well as parking:
Please note there is very limited parking in the surrounding area. 

We’ll have full commentary on Orient Player where you can subscribe for a FREE TRIAL at or there’ll be a live blog on and updates on Twitter @leytonorientfc