Leyton Orient v Swindon Town preview
Leyton Orient will face one of the League One promotion challengers this evening when they host in-form Swindon Town.
Paolo Di Canio's side were not in action at the weekend but have not lost since November with five wins from their last six games.
The O's secured their first points of the season in their surprise 1-0 win at Swindon back in September.
Orient will be hoping to take the momentum from their impressive 2-1 win over Notts County at the weekend.
Manager Russell Slade said: "It's a great game for us and to come quickly after this [Notts County] one is great for us so let's enjoy it.
"That won't get any easier will it because they're another terrific side. But we've just got to keep digging in and grinding out and try to play the football we're playing."
Dean Cox could start the match after coming off the bench at the weekend but the game will still come too soon for skipper Nathan Clarke who is nearing fitness after his fractured foot.
Recent history favours the O's with Orient unbeaten in the last five meetings between the sides. The East Londoners have also lost just once at home to Swindon in the last nine games dating back to 1971.