Leyton Orient caretaker manager Kevin Nugent has Scott Cuthbert available to face Rochdale at Brisbane Road.
Scott Cuthbert will start for Leyton Orient against Rochdale in the club's first game since Russell Slade's resignation as manager earlier this week.
Cuthbert had been a doubt in the build-up to the game after hobbling out of the midweek League Cup defeat against Sheffield United, but caretaker boss Kevin Nugent is able to call upon the defender.
Gary Woods will remain in goal for the O's as Adam Legzdins continues to recover from a finger injury, while striker Kevin Lisbie (shoulder) remains on the sidelines.
Dale boss Keith Hill, who has seen his side climb to seventh in League One after winning three of their last four matches, will be without Joe Rafferty due to the defender collecting his fifth yellow card of the season.
Rafferty's absence sees Rhys Bennett starting in the visitors' backline while Calvin Andrew and Andy Gannon are named among the substitutes for the Lancashire outfit.
Leyton Orient: Woods, Omozusi, Vincelot, Cuthbert, Baudry, Cox, James, McAnuff, Lowry, Dagnall, Henderson
Rochdale: Logan, Bennett, Eastham, O'Connell, Tanser, Hery, Allen, Dawson, Vincenti, Done, Henderson