Swindon v Orient preview
Swindon have an unchanged squad for the game against Leyton Orient, who welcome back Jason Demetriou.
Last Updated: 12/04/09 4:50pm
Swindon Town have an unchanged squad for Monday's game against Leyton Orient, who welcome back Jason Demetriou.
The Robins boosted their survival hopes with a vital 3-2 victory at relegation rivals Brighton on Saturday, and picked up no new injury or suspension problems in the process.
On-loan winger Hal Robson-Kanu featured again on the South Coast after a hamstring problem and should once more be involved after suffering no ill-effects, as will left-back Jamie Vincent despite his troublesome thigh injury.
Midfielder Jon-Paul McGovern could be in the frame after a calf complaint but defender Sean Morrison is doubtful as he continues his rehabilitation process after the knee injury he sustained at Yeovil towards the end of last month.
Orient midfielder Demetriou returns to the squad after missing the victory over Colchester due to a one-match suspension after he was sent off in the Leeds game for a deliberate handball.
Leading scorer Adam Boyd made his comeback after suffering a recurrence of an ankle injury with a late substitute appearance against the Us and the 12-goal striker could be included in Geraint Williams' squad once again.
Fellow forward Wayne Gray will be hoping he is restored to the starting line-up after he dropped down to the bench on Saturday.
Orient have won four of their last five away games in League One.