Baudry misses O's cup clash
Leyton Orient will be without Mathieu Baudry when they host Southport in the FA Cup.
French defender Baudry has missed the last two matches with a knee injury and will not be fit in time to face the non-league side.
Boss Russell Slade has no new injury concerns but has yet to confirm whether loanees Frankie Sutherland, Jayden Stockley and Marvin Bartley have been given permission to play in the competition by their parent clubs.
Veteran striker Kevin Lisbie could be rested along with the likes of Romain Vincelot and Elliot Omozusi to give youngsters such as Yohann Lasimant and Johnny Gorman a run-out.
Southport manager Alan Wright could have a fully-fit squad to choose from when his side take on the League One leaders.
Midfielder Karl Ledsham felt a tweak in training at the beginning of the week but Wright is hopeful the 25-year-old will recover in time to feature.
Aaron Chalmers (ankle) and Chris Almond missed last Saturday's 1-0 win over Skrill Premier leaders Cambridge but they are expected to be ready to return to action.
The Sandgrounders, who scored six goals as they saw off Marske United in the fourth qualifying round, will be looking to cause an upset against the high-flying O's.