Exeter Vs Leyton Orient, Sat 16 Apr 2011

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Exeter could have Liam Sercombe available for the visit of Leyton Orient.

The midfielder has been struggling with an ankle injury but has been training all week and could be included in Paul Tisdale's squad.

Billy Jones could be another man available to Tisdale after overcoming a back problem.

Striker John O'Flynn is definitely out as he struggles with a knock picked up against Dagenham a fortnight ago, while goalkeeper Artur Krysiak is also unlikely to be risked as he has a thigh complaint.

It is eighth against ninth at St James Park with the Grecians looking to go level on points with Orient if they can get a win.

They have claimed maximum points in their last three matches and could yet gatecrash the play-offs.

Leyton Orient have injury worries over Ben Chorley, Jimmy Smith and Alex Revell.

Centre-half Chorley has missed the last four matches with a thigh problem and is doubtful along with midfielder Smith, who sat out Tuesday night's draw against Carlisle with a knee injury.

Striker Revell will miss the trip and could struggle to play again this season due to knee ligament damage.

But defender Adam Barrett has extended his loan spell from Crystal Palace until the end of the season and should keep his place at the back.

The Os are three points off the play-offs with five matches remaining but have won only once in their last seven outings.

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