doc

Leyton Orient can help delay Wolves' hopes of clinching the League 1 title tomorrow when they host them in the sold out clash.

The O's entertain the leaders at Brisbane Road with a 12.15pm kick-off due to live coverage on Sky. Wolves could win the championship if they get a result and Brentford slip up at MK Dons. 

Striker Kevin Lisbie missed Friday's defeat at Crawley Town with a slight hip and groin problem but could return for this clash. 

Slade said: "They're [Wolves] home and dry as we know now and will be chasing the title and want to put that to bed because it's been a long, hard journey for them as it has been for all of us. 

"It's going to be a full house, we know that for certain. It will be a great atmosphere against the top team. They're top for a reason and the numbers don't lie. It will be a fantastic measure for us on Monday."

Slade added: "We're looking for some form. We recaptured some form last week and had a setback at Crawley but generally our away form has been excellent. We need to set our stall out, I think that's the thing now.

"We can look forward to the play-offs. We know where we are, what it is and we can move on."