We're on the road tonight as we travel to Bromley in the Vanarama National League for this evening's fixture (7:45pm kick-off).
Saturday's point at Barnet saw Head Coach Justin Edinburgh's men stretch our unbeaten run to nine games, including eight wins in the process.
Josh Coulson thought he had an injury time winner, nodding home from Dan Happe's flick on but he was ruled offside by the officials.
The defender arguably had the best chance of the game in the first-half when Ephron Mason-Clark stabbed his header off the line to keep the score 0-0.
Bromley have only won one of their last six games (4-2 against Braintree Town), but last time out were snatched of three points by a Salford City side who scored in the 88th and 90+4th minute to win 2-1.
Our last meeting with Bromley came back in November when the Club celebrated Remembrance Day by wearing the our retro chevron shirts.
Jobi McAnuff, Josh Koroma and Macauley Bonne all struck in the second-half to secure victory after the visitors took the lead through John Goddard on 41 minutes.
Captain Jobi McAnuff will be assessed ahead of tonight's fixture after the midfielder was withdrawn during the break at Barnet.
Jamie Turley continues to struggle with a hamstring injury so we are likely to see Alex Lawless keep his place in the team. An early return for Sam Ling is possible but Edinburgh may look to rest him until Saturday.
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Tonight's referee is Will Finnie, he will be assisted by Paul Evans and Ricky Adams with Jack Fagg as the fourth official. Finnie has taken charge of the O's on two occasions this season, both in the Cup. The first was at Maidstone United in the FA Cup and the second was at the start of our FA Trophy campaign when we took on Beaconsfield Town. So far this term, Finnie has dished out 75 yellow cards, eight red cards and one penalty in 19 National League appearances.