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ORIENT boss Geraint Williams is convinced Orient have what it takes to beat promotion-chasing Leeds United at Brisbane Road tonight. The O s have won five of their last six matches and the challenge of facing the Yorkshire side holds no fear for the forme
ORIENT boss Geraint Williams is convinced Orient have what it takes to beat promotion-chasing Leeds United at Brisbane Road tonight.
The O's have won five of their last six matches and the challenge of facing the Yorkshire side holds no fear for the former Colchester boss.
"We've won three of last five at home and with a club in town it's a chance to show our fans we mean business," he said defiantly.
"Hopefully we will have a full house. We have to prepare properly and we want to put something on for our fans,.
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"It's the players who are making it happen on the pitch, what were doing is trying to make it the best we can to give them the opportunities. The whole of the squad of the squad is desperate to get out there and play."
Midfielder Sean Thornton could return to action after a groin strain, and Adam Boyd could also make the squad.
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Defensive midfielder Adam Chambers looks set to miss the game with a calf problem. He could be back in action on Saturday.