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Shrewsbury Town v Leyton Orient preview
Leyton Orient will attempt to extend their three-game unbeaten run when they travel to Shrewsbury Town this weekend.
The O's earned a 1-1 draw at Notts County on Wednesday in their last outing but have a number of injury concerns ahead of the game.
Charlie MacDonald suffered concussion at Meadow Lane while David Mooney is out with a thigh injury, so Kevin Lisbie could earn his first start for two months after scoring twice as a substitute following his return from injury.
Orient boss Russell Slade said: "I don't know. It's too early because we need to see how he's [Lisbie] come through that game. He had 25 minutes on Saturday and 30 minutes here so we'll just have to take it a step at a time."
The O's point did little to aid their outside chances of making a late charge for the play-offs but their manager is just focused on picking up the victory at the Shrews tomorrow.
Slade said: "I don't think the point was too good to either of us but I can't do any more. We're unbeaten in three games and we've got Shrewsbury and then two home games.
"We need to be unbeaten coming out of Saturday's game and see if we can get a win at Shrewsbury if at all possible and then take that into the two home games we've got."