Cox fit for O's
Dean Cox is fit for Leyton Orient's League One play-off final against Rotherham at Wembley.
The winger came off with a slight groin problem during the semi-final win over Peterborough but boss Russell Slade says he is available.
But Slade does have injury concerns over a couple of players and will hand them fitness tests on Saturday, although he did not want to name names.
However, Slade is hopeful of picking his first-choice XI which has served him so well all season, and which started the second leg against Posh.
Rotherham manager Steve Evans has no new selection concerns for the clash.
The Millers had an injury crisis in the build-up to their semi-final second-leg win over Preston with doubts over Lee Frecklington (knee), Kieran Agard (hamstring). Ben Pringle (thigh) and Wes Thomas (back) but all four played and came through unscathed.
Richard Brindley (hamstring) did miss out, however, but he has since recovered and will be in contention for a starting berth at Wembley.
Mark Bradley (knee) is a long-term injury victim while Miles Addison has returned to Bournemouth for treatment on an ankle injury as the Millers aim to secure second-tier football for the first time in a decade.