Leyton Orient face their biggest game of the season tomorrow when they host Brentford in their sold out League 1 clash.

The O's are second in the table but only one point in front of a Brentford side with two games in hand on them.

The eyes of the nation will be on Brisbane Road with the televised Sky match kicking off at 12.15pm.

Orient head into the pivotal clash on a six-match unbeaten run but have doubts over Romain Vincelot after he went off with a swollen foot in Tuesday's win at Port Vale. Defender Mathieu Baudry is also facing a race against time to recover from his hamstring injury.

Recent matches between the sides have favoured the O's as Russell Slade's side won 2-0 away back in September. 

Orient are unbeaten in the last four meetings and have not lost at home to the Bees for seven matches dating back to 1995.