Yeovil set to give defender Alex Lacey a late fitness test ahead of Orient clash
Yeovil are waiting on the fitness of defender Alex Lacey ahead of their Sky Bet League Two clash against Leyton Orient at Huish Park.
Lacey is nursing a knee injury suffered in Yeovil's 1-1 draw against Hartlepool last weekend, and manager Darren Way will make a late decision.
Midfielder Alex Lawless (hip flexor) and defender Ryan Dickson (groin) are available, while Darren Ward, rested for the 5-2 defeat against Luton in the Checkatrade Trophy, is also likely to feature.
Otis Khan however, remains sidelined with an ankle problem.
Defender Callum Kennedy could return to the matchday squad after missing Orient's defeat against Morecambe.
Yvan Erichot, who started against the Shrimps in place of Kennedy, may keep his place in defence.
Liam Kelly featured for the first time since suffering a torn hamstring in October and should keep his place on the bench.
On-loan Stevenage forward Rowan Liburd is pushing for a start but Paul McCallum (knee) remains sidelined.