Leyton Orient v Stevenage preview
Leyton Orient will be looking to get off the mark in League One tonight when they host Stevenage in their first home game of the season.
The O's were beaten 3-1 at Tranmere Rovers on Saturday and manager Russell Slade will be expecting a decent response from his side.
Speaking after the defeat, Slade said: "72 hours later we're playing again and games are coming thick and fast. We want to get off the mark like Tranmere have so hopefully we can do that at home."
Orient are likely to be without Scott Cuthbert after the influential centre-back suffered a hamstring injury at the weekend. Ben Chorley is in line to replace him in the defence.
Michael Symes could be pushing for a place in the attack after he netted a consolation penalty at the weekend from off the bench.
New captain Nathan Clarke admits getting a positive result quickly is vital to their hopes this season.
Clarke said: "We want to put things right and make sure we get off to a good start this season.
"We don't want to be scrapping about at the bottom. We want to be pushing higher up and we've definitely got the squad to do that."
Stevenage started the campaign with a 1-1 draw against Carlisle on Saturday.