The corresponding game last season saw us come home with the points following goals from Dean Bennett, Richie Appleby and Bo Henriksen. It was that game that saw us introduce both Apples and Bomber to the fan's and they responded with a goal apiece. They soon became big favourites at Aggborough.
Richie has moved on since then but Bo has stayed with us and he's still grabbing the goals. He had two in yesterday's thrilling 4-3 victory over Exeter City.
He was taken off mid-way through the second half yesterday but it's believed the reason was because of the abductor muscle strain that he had been suffering with last week. He, hopefully, should be fit for tomorrow.
There are doubts with Dean Bennett, who looked to be struggling against City, and Scott Stamps who picked up a knock yesterday. Both are expected to be fit by Monday.
Craig Hinton will be out for at least the next three weeks so Lee Ayres is expected to continue as his deputy until then. If he can carry on scoring we can't complain.
Orient travelled to Cambridge yesterday and returned without the points when they went down 2-1 to United. They gave Cambridge a tough game though and it was only down to the heroics of the Utd keeper, Marshall, that Orient didn't get something out of it.
Orient had no injuries to report following the game.
Brock, Danby, Joy, Stamps, Ayres, Smith, Williams, Parrish, Sall, Flynn, Bennett, Shilton, Ducros, Doyle, Foster, Broughton, Henriksen, Lewis.
Joseph, Lockwood, Smith, McGhee, Harris, Hutchings, Thorpe, Toner, Brazier, Barrett, McLean, Canham, Jones, Nugent, Martin, Ibehre, Watts, Fletcher, Tate, Morris, Barnard, Hatcher, Stephens, Forbes, Wild, Campbell-Ryce.