Orient's revival should continue against Bromley
Torquay can chop down Wood
Leyton Orient have posted four successive victories for the first time since August 2015 and their revival under new manager Justin Edinburgh could continue with a victory over Bromley at Brisbane Road.
The end of 2017 cannot come quick enough for Orient fans, who will always remember it as the year their team crashed out of the Football League.
But there has been a big improvement under Edinburgh, who may be eyeing a push towards the National League playoffs.
Ten points separate Orient from the top seven and they looked like a promotion-chasing team when winning 2-0 at home to highflying Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday.
Orient's leading scorer Macauley Bonne was on target against the Daggers, taking him to the top of the fifth-tier scoring charts with 13 goals.
The 22-year-old has netted four goals in the last three league games and could be the matchwinner against mid-table Bromley, who are winless in five.
Second-bottom Torquay are showing some fight in their survival battle and look overpriced to beat Boreham Wood in Hertfordshire.
The Gulls have lost one of their last six league games and could cause problems for eighth-placed Wood, who lost 4-0 at home to Sutton on Tuesday.
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