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Leyton Orient Vs Leeds United, Sat 13 Feb 2010

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Leyton Orient boss Geraint Williams will keep faith with goalkeeper Jamie Jones for the visit of Leeds.

Jones' blunder gifted Brighton their opening goal in last weekend's 1-1 draw but the 20-year-old will keep his place.

Williams once again has the luxury of a fully-fit squad to choose from with his players having had a full week to recover from any niggles picked up against the Seagulls.

French striker Jonathan Tehoue got another 45 minutes under his belt for the reserves in midweek but will have to settle for a place on the bench again.

Top scorer Scott McGleish, who hit his 11th goal of the season against Brighton, will be partnered by Ryan Jarvis in attack.

Leeds boss Simon Grayson could be without top-scorer Jermaine Beckford once again.

Beckford was withdrawn with a hamstring injury at half-time during last Saturday's draw at Hartlepool and missed the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Northern Area final penalty shootout defeat to Carlisle on Tuesday night.

"We're hopeful we'll have Jermaine back, but we'll see," Grayson told the club's official website

"He's just tight, but another couple of days or so and he should be fine. If not, we won't be risking him."

Defender Patrick Kisnorbo is also a doubt with the ankle injury that has kept him out of the last four matches.

However Neil Kilkenny came off the bench against Carlisle following injury and is in contention once again.

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Patrick Kisnorbo
Neil Kilkenny
Football
League One
Scott McGleish
Jamie Jones
Jonathan Tehoue
Carlisle United
Jermaine Beckford
Leeds United
Ryan Jarvis
Leyton Orient
Brighton & Hove Albion

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