Orient close to full strength

Leyton Orient have a nearly full-strength squad for Saturday's final game of the season against Colchester at Weston Homes Community Stadium.

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Tehoue: Definitely out

Tehoue: Definitely out

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French striker Jonathan Tehoue is the only definite absentee with the hamstring injury he suffered last month.

Fellow frontman Scott McGleish has been playing on despite a foot injury in recent weeks and with the O's now safe from the drop, the 36-year-old could be rested against his former club.

A third forward, James Scowcroft, came through his return as a substitute unscathed last week following a hamstring problem and should be involved again.

Boss Russell Slade's contract runs out after the match but he is expected to be offered the chance to stay on after securing Orient's survival with three wins and a draw from his five games in charge.

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