Charlton are set to be unchanged when they host London rivals Leyton Orient.

Centre-half Sam Sodje serves the final game of his four-match suspension so Miguel Llera will continue alongside Christian Dailly at the back.

Frazer Richardson returned after a lay-off with a hamstring injury against Hartlepool last week and will keep his place at right-back.

Midfielder Therry Racon could be added to the bench, having missed the midweek win over Pools due to a family bereavement.

David Mooney will partner top scorer Deon Burton in attack again, with fellow frontmen Leon McKenzie and Chris Dickson among the substitutes.

The Addicks know a victory will leave them joint-top of League One, level on points with Leeds and Norwich.

Ben Chorley could return to the Orient starting line-up.

The defender sat out last week's 2-0 win over Yeovil through suspension having picked up five yellow cards this season.

Boss Geraint Williams will have to decide whether to restore Chorley to his rearguard or stick with Fulham loanee Matthew Briggs, who made his debut against the Glovers.

French striker Jonathan Tehoue and on-loan Leicester midfielder Nicky Adams also made their first appearances on Tuesday night and will be involved again.

Veteran frontman James Scowcroft returned from a groin injury to make the bench so Williams has a full-strength squad to choose from.

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