Orient boss Slade is looking to bounce back
O’s face another testing derby duel
Orient look to get theirt play-off push back on track when they entertain Dagenham & Redbridge.
O’s lost for the first time in 15 league matches against Brentford at the weekend and Orient boss Russell Slade said: “It’s another local derby game and it’s all about bouncing back.
“Previously, the evidence of that is good. We bounced back after the defeat at Brighton, we bounced back after the defeat at Arsenal. We need to bounce back after Saturday’s defeat.
Skipper Stephen Dawson is touch and go for the game. “we will just have to wait and see if he is any closer,” said Slade.
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But defender Ben Chorley looks certain to be missing again. “He has a slim chance,” said Slade.
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