Last Updated: Fri, 08 Feb 2013 09:28
Romain Vincelot could make his Leyton Orient debut against leaders Tranmere.
Boss Russell Slade has signed the 27-year-old utility man on a contract until the end of the season after he was released by Brighton last month.
Vincelot can play in defence or midfield and will help fill the void left by Ben Chorley's recent move to Stevenage.
Slade can also welcome back striker Charlie MacDonald, who was cup-tied for the midweek Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat by Southend, but top scorer Kevin Lisbie remains a doubt due to a hamstring injury.
Defender Nathan Clarke is fit after an ankle problem and was on the bench against Southend, so he is pushing for a recall along with Anthony Griffith and Leon McSweeney.
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