On loan Tottenham star targets another Orient victory
Spring and Chambers still missing due to injury
ORIENT look the stretch their unbeaten run to 11 games when they travel to the MK Dons tonight.
Manager Russell Slade will be without the services of midfield duo Matthew Spring and Adam Chambers, who are struggling to be fit for Sunday’s FA Cup fifth round clash against Arsenal.
On loan Tottenham youngster Harry Kane will be hoping that he has done enough to earn a start after his two late goals put the seal on a 4-1 success against Bristol Rovers at the weekend.
After Saturday’s win Kane admitted: “It’s really buzzing in the dressing room at the moment.
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“Now we have got an important game at the MK Dons and we have got to look forward to that and hopefully get another three points.”
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