Last time out, Orient were beat 3-2 at the hands of Carlisle United. Goals from Conor Wilkinson and Dan Kemp had Orient ahead at the break, but the Cumbrians scored twice in the second-half.
Hector Kyprianou missed that one with a head injury, however, the Cypriot is likely to return to the match day squad.
Salford come into the game needing all three points to be in with a shot of pinching the final play-off spot. Even with a win, the Ammies need both Forest Green and Exeter to drop points.
In their last match, Gary Bowyer’s team were defeated 1-0 by Colchester United. Both Di’Shon Bernard and Ashley Hunter were sent-off and therefore they’ll be suspended this Saturday.
Ref: Darren Drysdale
Assistants: Christopher Ward and Conor Brown
Fourth Official: Antony Coggins
Drysdale last officiated an Orient fixture back in March, when Orient beat Oldham 2-1.
In 25 games this season, the referee has booked 69 players, sent-off two and awarded four spot-kicks.
A Word From The Gaffer
Listen to Interim Manager, Jobi McAnuff’s pre-match thoughts.
Danny Johnson’s well taken first-half strike was the difference between the two teams back in January.
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