Orient will be eager to transfer recent away form to their own patch, as they look for a first win at home under Interim Manager, Jobi McAnuff.
Conor Wilkinson has been in fine form of late, scoring the winner for Orient against Newport and Carlisle. The O’s will be boosted by the return of James Brophy, who has now served a two-match suspension.
Keith Curle has managed his new team five times, losing just once, 4-2 to Cambridge United.
Last time out, Oldham edged Exeter 2-1 at Boundary Park, extending their unbeaten run to three matches.
Samuel Ogles and Marc Wilson
Fourth Official: Robert Lewis
Drysdale has officiated 20 games so far this season, booking 51 players, sending off two, and awarding three penalties
The official last refereed an Orient fixture back in October, when Jordan Maguire-Drew and Conor Wilkinson handed Stevenage a 2-0 defeat.
A word from the Gaffer
Listen To Jobi McAnuff’s pre-match thoughts ahead of the match:
On this week’s episode of E10 Extra: Ouss Cisse, we analyse the Latics and James Brophy ahead of his 150th appearance for Leyton Orient.
Danny Johnson’s late strike meant the O’s left Boundary Park with all three points, on the opening day of the season.
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