Lee set to make first start against Brentford

KEEPER Lee Butcher is set to make his first start for Orient in tonight’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tie against London rivals Brentford.

KEEPER Lee Butcher is set to make his first start for Orient in tonight’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tie against London rivals Brentford.

The 21-year-old, who came on as a substitute at Oldham last Saturday, is set to keep his place, as first choice keeper Jamie Jones is still troubled with a groin problem.

Butcher is one of three Orient players who could make their first full starts for the club.

Striker James Walker, who recently joined on a three-month contract and on-loan Spurs midfielder Paul-Jose M’Poku could aslo be given the selection nod by Orient boss Russell Slade.


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