Leyton Orient will hope to build momentum ahead of the play-offs when they host struggling Tranmere Rovers tomorrow.

The O's play their final regular season match at Brisbane Road against a side fighting to avoid relegation to League 2.

Elliot Omozusi missed the Wolves defeat on Monday with a hip injury while a groin problem has kept Kevin Lisbie out of the last two matches but the pair could return on Saturday.

O’s boss Russell Slade does not expect to rotate his side significantly in their preparation for the play-offs.

Slade said: “We’re playing once a week now so it’s a time for preparation, to draw breath and start preparing and make sure we leave no stone unturned. We have to make sure we’re ready, right and don’t leave anything to fate.”

Orient have only won one of their last eight matches but will be confident of getting a result against a Tranmere side they thrashed 4-0 back in October.