Leyton Orient will be targeting their first league win of the year when they host Notts County this weekend.
The O's drew 2-2 at Brentford in their last game on Tuesday night which took their total to two points from four League One matches in January.
Orient were missing several players through injury at Griffin Park with doubts over the fitness of Scott Cuthbert, Dean Cox and Leon McSweeney for tomorrow's match.
Nathan Clarke warmed up on Tuesday night but it is likely to be too soon for the captain to return from a fractured foot.
Boss Russell Slade said: "Dean Cox has a thigh injury and could possibly be back for Saturday but we’ll just have to see. There are a few other injuries that we’ll have to attend to, including Scott Cuthbert."
Notts County are the only team in the division unbeaten away from home this season but have drawn seven of their 12 games. Their mediocre home record has kept them from the top six and they are currently four points above Orient in mid-table.