CAMPBELL-RYCE CONCERN FOR ORIENT
Jamal Campbell-Ryce is the latest injury doubt for Leyton Orient ahead of the visit of Brentford.
The winger moved to Brisbane Road last week on loan from Bristol City and made his debut at Tranmere, but lasted only 45 minutes of the 2-0 defeat due to an ankle knock.
Orient were without a host of injured players at Prenton Park but boss Russell Slade hopes defenders Ryan Dickson (thigh), Scott Cuthbert (knee) and Dean Leacock (leg) will return.
Winger Dean Cox (ankle) and striker Kevin Lisbie (hip) will also be checked over but midfielder Solomon Taiwo is still suspended.
Paul Rachubka continues in goal as Lee Butcher (knee), Jamie Jones (wrist) and Marek Stech (ankle) are still on the sidelines.
Brentford are hopeful Sam Saunders will be fit for the game.
Saunders limped out of last Saturday's 2-0 defeat by Sheffield United with a dead leg but is due to train before the weekend.
Fellow winger Myles Weston is a doubt after suffering an ankle injury playing for the reserves in midweek.
Defender Karleigh Osborne could return to the starting line-up for the first time since October.
Osborne has suffered a host of injury niggles, the latest being an ankle problem, but came on as a late substitute against the Blades and also played in the reserves' defeat by West Ham to prove his fitness.
Richard Lee could get the nod in goal ahead of Simon Moore but midfielders Kevin O'Connor (foot) and Marcus Bean (ankle) are still out.
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