New boy Louis Dennis could make his Leyton Orient bow against Cheltenham



Posted Saturday, August 03, 2019 by PA

New boy Louis Dennis could make his Leyton Orient bow against Cheltenham

Forward Louis Dennis could make his Leyton Orient debut in Saturday’s League Two opener against Cheltenham.

The 26-year-old striker only joined the club from Portsmouth on Thursday but is available for an immediate start.

Goalkeeper Dean Brill and defenders Dan Happe and Josh Coulson will step into the new season all buoyed by having secured new deals.

Saturday will prove an emotional fixture for Orient, their first at Brisbane Road since the death of manager Justin Edinburgh in June, aged just 49.

Cheltenham’s travelling supporters have organised a banner in tribute to the late former Tottenham defender Edinburgh, to be unfurled before kick-off.

The Robins will be without George Lloyd and Reuben Reid for their trip to London.

Lloyd misses out with a knee injury, while Reid is a longer-term absentee after knee surgery.

Defenders Chris Hussey and Josh Debayo are in contention after returning to full training.

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