Stevenage v Leyton Orient preview

Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Stevenage and Leyton Orient at Broadhall Way.

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Stevenage could hand a debut to Peter Hartley when they host Leyton Orient.

The defender, recently signed from Hartlepool, was on the bench for last Saturday's 1-0 defeat by Swindon.

Goalkeeper Chris Day could return after a foot injury to challenge Steve Arnold but defender Ben Chorley is not fit enough to face his old club.

Midfielder James Dunne (groin) and striker Dani Lopez (ban) returned from lay-offs as substitutes against Swindon and are pushing for spots in the starting line-up.

In-form Leyton Orient are set to be unchanged for the trip to Stevenage.

The O's have crashed in 11 goals in their first three games this term and are setting the early pace in League One.

Skipper Nathan Clarke returned from concussion for last Saturday's 3-0 win over Shrewsbury and will continue at centre-half.

Summer signings Yohann Lasimant and Marvin Bartley are still awaiting their full debuts but will probably start on the bench again.

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