Vincelot doubt for O's
Romain Vincelot is a major doubt for Leyton Orient's big lunchtime showdown with promotion rivals Brentford.
The midfielder had to go off just 20 minutes into Tuesday night's 2-0 win at Port Vale with a foot injury.
Vincelot's fellow Frenchman Mathieu Baudry has missed the last three matches with a hamstring injury and boss Russell Slade rates the centre-half at 50-50 to be fit.
Veteran striker Kevin Lisbie, who has scored 14 goals this season, could be restored to the starting line-up after he was rested in midweek.
Harlee Dean and Sam Saunders remain Brentford's only absentees for the short trip.
Dean is close to returning after a groin injury but manager Mark Warburton is taking no risks with him, especially as James Tarkowski is performing well in his absence.
Winger Saunders is also on the mend after a knee op but is not yet ready to return.
Full-back Scott Barron has finally recovered from the hip injury which has hindered him all season but he could be set for a loan move to build up his fitness.