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Team News: Swindon Town v Leyton Orient

PUBLISHED: 08:39 03 May 2015

Darius Henderson celebrates with Chris Dagnall (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Darius Henderson celebrates with Chris Dagnall (pic: Simon O'Connor)

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O’s to check on the fitness of Darius Henderson before crunch clash

O's boss Fabio Liverani
 (pic: Simon O'Connor)O's boss Fabio Liverani (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Only three points for Leyton Orient against Swindon Town will be enough to keep them up and even that might not do it.

They need Crawley, Notts County and Colchester to all fail to win and that will keep them in League One for another season.

Darius Henderson has missed the last four matches with a hamstring injury, but will have a test to see whether or not he is fit enough.

But Fabio Liverani will again be without various key personnel through injury.

Goalkeeper Adam Legzdins (shoulder) and Romain Vincelot (knee) remain long term injuries, although the Frenchman is wearing a leg brace anymore.

Kevin Lisbie (ankle) and young stopper Charlie Grainger (finger) are unavailable, but Andrea Dossena and Gary Sawyer may return.

Shaun Batt isn’t expected to start again this weekend, Jobi McAnuff could replace him on the right.

Elliot Omozusi has started the last two matches, but could make way and Josh Wright is expected to return to the starting team.


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