Leyton Orient v Doncaster Rovers preview
Leyton Orient will be aiming to extend their four-match unbeaten run when they host Doncaster Rovers in League One this weekend.
The O's come into the contest full of confidence after taking ten points from their last four games. Martin Rowlands earned a point for them in their draw at Crewe last weekend but the influential midfielder is only 50-50 to play tomorrow because of a hamstring strain.
Orient boss Russell Slade said: "The games don’t get any easier with Doncaster next but we look forward to that because we go into the game at least with a little bit of momentum."
Doncaster were relegated from the Championship last season and their form this season has been mixed. Dean Saunders' side won their opening two league games but have only won once in the last five matches.
Rovers are unbeaten in their last six meetings with them but prior to that Orient equalled their record win thrashing them 8-0 back in 1997.