Ticket info through to team newsTEAM NEWS: Nathan Clarke continues to be a concern for Russell Slade with a groin injury whilst Lloyd James also took a knock at Bristol City on Tuesday. For the visitors Simon Lappin (ankle) is a doubt, having been substituted in the second-half against Walsall on Tuesday, but Febian Brandy could come into contention having served a four-match ban following his red card at Shrewsbury Town earlier this month.
Ryan Flynn (foot) did not feature in midweek, but it is expected that the Scottish winger will be fit for tomorrow.
FORM: Orient will be looking to bounce back from their last home game which was their first defeat in E10 since February, though approach the game fresh off of the back of four points from two tricky away trips. The Blades are looking to pull out of the relegation zone having taken four points from their last two games.
BETTING: Orient are 5/6 favourites, with the Blades at 100/30 and a draw at 5/2. For the full betting head to www.skybet.com/orient
TICKETS: Tickets selling fast in all areas – to be sure of getting your seat book online now using the Tickets tab above.
Please note the ticket office does not take telephone bookings on a matchday. Supporters can book online up until 12 noon on Saturday or come down and purchase in person from 10am at the West Stand Ticket Office in Oliver Road.
There will be cash turnstiles for home supporters in the East and South stands tomorrow.
There will be a limited number of tickets available for away supporters from the East Stand Ticket Office tomorrow. These will be available on their return from Sheffield United which will be no earlier than 1.30pm and may be later.
ELSEWHERE: The National Citizen Service will be presenting a bouncy castle, face painting and goody bags as part of their community project in SCORE. Nathan Clarke will be appearing at 1pm, Theo at 1.15pm along with the Norlington School Drummers.
The drummers will then move into the ground about 2pm.
PROGRAMME: Our usual programme will be on-sale inside the ground and in the shop. Any leftover copies will be in the club shop afterwards. The programme features an exclusive piece from Barry Hearn on the Olympic Stadium, a big interview with Elliot Omozusi and John Mackie returns with his column.