Leyton Orient were forced to wait until the final day to determine where they will be playing next season after a 0-0 draw away at Solihull Moors.

One goal would have been enough for the O’s after Salford City lost at home to AFC Fylde, but they will now have to wait until the final day of the season.

Justin Edinburgh made one change to the site that overcame Harrogate on Good Friday – Jamie Turley came in for his first start since returning from injury, replacing Jordan Maguire-Drew who dropped to the bench.

Orient looked the brightest in a scrappy start, and the game’s first shot on target came from them as Josh Koroma was played in by Craig Clay down the left and nutmegged the defender before forcing a save from Ryan Boot.

Boot then had to be alert a few minutes after when a dangerous cross from Turley came swinging in from the right, but the Moors goalkeeper did well to punch away under pressure from Joe Widdowson.

The home side were finding plenty of success down the left through Jamie Reckford, and plenty of his deliveries were dealt with by the O’s defence.

Solihull then had two of the game’s clearest chances, firstly when a mix-up at the back allowed Adi Yussef in to be denied by Dean Brill, and Brill then produced a stunning stop to keep out Jamey Osborne’s free-kick.

The two sides continued to trade blows in the second half, with neither really able to force a significant breakthrough.

Osborne had the first opportunity of the half when he shot narrowly wide of Brill’s post from the edge of the area while, at the other end, Boot got a hand to Brophy’s cross to divert it away from Koroma and Turley headed narrowly wide from a corner.

As the half wore on more of the opportunities were coming Orient’s way – Brophy had an effort from the edge of the area comfortably saved by Boot and Widdowson poked wide at the far post.

The best chance, though, came to Bonne when he got the ball in the edge of the area after good work between Clay and Brophy, but his powerful drive was magnificently stopped by Boot, who got down low to his left to tip behind for a corner.

Substitute Matt Harrold, who has had a big impact in recent games, entered the field in a bid to make a difference, but the closest he came was when he got underneath a header to send it over from a long throw.

Despite these chances, it was the Moors who should have won it in injury time when Darren Carter’s free-kick was headed inches wide at the far post.

With Salford losing, it makes next week’s task slightly easier at home to Braintree Town, with the O’s hosting the already-relegated side at the Breyer Group Stadium this coming Saturday.

Orient team: Brill; Turley, Ekpiteta, Coulson, Happe, Widdowson; McAnuff, Clay, Brophy; Koroma, Bonne

Subs: Sargeant, Maguire-Drew, Lee, Harrold, Simpson