Jones returns for Terriers clash

Leyton Orient manager Geraint Williams can welcome back goalkeeper Jamie Jones for the visit of Huddersfield in League One on Saturday.

Last Updated: 19/03/10 at 11:49

Jones: Back in the frame

Jones: Back in the frame

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Jones missed last weekend's 2-0 win over Walsall due to a back injury, but he is fit again and will challenge Glenn Morris for the gloves.

Skipper Stephen Purches will need a late fitness check after coming off against the Saddlers with a tight calf.

Andrew Cave-Brown replaced Purches at right-back and will deputise again if needed.

Boss Geraint Williams has an otherwise fully-fit squad to choose from and will not want to stray too far from the line-up which ended their seven-game winless run.

Sean Thornton will expect to keep his place in midfield ahead of Jimmy Smith after bagging both goals against Walsall.

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