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Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh is not concerned about fatigue coming into play in the final stretch of National League fixtures.

Leyton Orient midfielder Craig Clay says the threat of having Macaulay Bonne and Josh Koroma up top helped them put AFC Fylde on the back foot from the off.

National League: Leyton Orient 2 AFC Fylde 0

The O's could again be without influential midfielder Craig Clay

Justin Edinburgh waiting on the fitness of Craig Clay and Jobi McAnuff

The club, who play at step three on the non-league pyramid, did themselves proud in east London last weekend

Leyton Orient and Dagenham & Redbridge have both been handed away ties in the second round of the FA Trophy.

The O's head coach opted against giving youngster Sam Sargeant an opportunity against Beaconsfield Town

The 48-year-old discussed the 4-0 victory over Beaconsfield Town and the future of top goalscorer Macauley Bonne

FA Trophy first round: Leyton Orient 4 Beaconsfield Town 0

Charlie Lee will hope to make his first O's appearance since the 3-1 win at AFC Fylde on November 3

The 48-year-old discussed how he will view the non-league competition this season

One of O's best players this season, Craig Clay, should be fit enough to face the Heed

The O's were unable to break down Aldershot Town, but remain in first position in the National League

Justin Edinburgh could have Charlie Lee available for the visit of Shots

Table-topping Orient scored two goals in the last four minutes at the Racecourse Ground to beat Wrexham in their top-of-the-table clash on Saturday.

Leyton Orient came from behind to beat Bromley and extend their unbeaten run in the National League to six matches, while also returning to the top of the table.

The 66-year-old, who helped produce 'The Greater Game' play, praised the work of Justin Edinburgh

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