A look ahead to Saturday's 3pm clash with Orient
Assistants: Darren Blunden and Oleksandr Saliy
Fourth Official: Matt Foley
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Lanre Oyebanjo (knee) and Jon Ashton (ankle) continue to be sidelined with injuries. Both Gavin Tomlin and Joe McNerney returned to action on Tuesday and are pushing for a place in the squad.
With Freddie Woodman on England under-19 duty, Callum Preston will make his league debut. Josh Yerworth is with Wales under-21s, Liam Donnelly has now joined the Northern Ireland under-21s.
Orient's only absentee is striker Paul McCallum, who is expected to be out for at least six months after suffering medial ligament damage.
THE FORM GUIDE
The Reds are still seeking the elusive first home win of the season, having lost 3-0 midweek to Southend United in the JP Trophy.
Orient currently sit third in the League table and go into the game off the back of a 3-1 win over Notts County, thanks to Sammy Moore's brace and Jay Simpson's late goal. It was their first win in six games.
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "I think the last three performances have been better, even if the results don't necessarily reflect that. We have tended to do well against the better sides this season and we're looking forward to this one. It's up to us to give something for our crowd to respond to. If that happens then it should be a terrific afternoon with hopefully the right result at the end of it." Mark Yates
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
Our record against the O's currently stands at five wins and one loss. The most recent meeting ended in a 1-0 victory to the Reds, with Izale McLeod scoring from the spot to settle the match back in March. Reds have a 100% record in home games against the O's.
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We talk to midfielder Ross Jenkins about playing again after a frustrating 18 months out of the game. As well as all the usual features there are four pages of Reds' nostalgia with Mick Fox, a look back at past meetings against the O's with John Barnett and a comprehensive guide to Saturday's visitors.
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COME ON YOU REDS!