Slade eyes one more win
Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade is desperate to register another win as soon as possible to ease any fears of relegation.
The O's slipped to 19th on the back of a 3-1 defeat by Huddersfield, although they are still five points above the drop zone.
Matt Spring put them ahead against the promotion chasers but two goals from Jordan Rhodes and Jimmy Smith's own-goal condemned Slade's side to another home defeat.
"If we can get a victory in the next two games that would ease the pressure on us," he said.
"We took the initiative by getting the first goal but couldn't hang onto it for more than four or five minutes.
"Two of the goals we conceded are very disappointing. In the second half, we tried to take the game to them as best we could and they caught us with the third goal very late on."