Alex Cisak eyeing Leyton Orient return for Wycombe clash
Leyton Orient goalkeeper Alex Cisak could return to action as the managerless O's prepare to host Wycombe at the Matchroom Stadium.
The 27-year-old missed their 3-0 defeat at Crawley after failing a fitness test on a groin injury but assistant boss Omer Riza is hopeful the Australian can feature in his first game in temporary charge since the resignation of first-team manager Danny Webb on Thursday.
Meanwhile midfielder Michael Collins was also absent with a calf injury last weekend and remains a doubt for Saturday.
Sammy Moore, Yvan Erichot and Paul McCallum are likely to miss the game through injury.
Wycombe will welcome back striker Paris Cowan-Hall after he missed their 1-0 defeat against Notts County through suspension.
Aaron Pierre could remain sidelined after missing last weekend's game due to a knock he suffered during the Chairboys' win at Hartlepool.
Paul Hayes, Matt Bloomfield and Sam Wood all returned to the bench last time out and all three could be in contention to start after recovering from injury.
The fitness of midfielder Marcus Bean will be assessed before the game after he missed their last few games through injury.