Leyton Orient bid to end their four-match winless League Two run as they host Crewe on Tuesday night.
Colin Calderwood admitted Cambridge rode their luck as they ended a run of three consecutive defeats with an entertaining 3-2 win at in-form Crewe.
Sam Smith scored twice as Cambridge ended a run of three consecutive defeats with a 3-2 success against 10-man Crewe.
Crewe have goalkeeper Will Jaaskelainen back available for selection as they prepare to host Cambridge on Saturday.
Crewe manager David Artell could not hide his delight with his side’s display as they continued their excellent start to the season with a 2-0 win at Grimsby.
Crewe continued their excellent start to the season as goals from Tom Lowery and Charlie Kirk gave them a 2-0 win at Grimsby.
Grimsby striker Ahkeem Rose should be fit for the visit of Crewe.
David Artell is delighted with Crewe’s early-season form but wants his side to be more ruthless so they can remain among League Two’s front-runners.
Early-season front-runners Crewe earned their fourth win in five games as they came from behind to beat Bradford 2-1 with goals from Charlie Kirk and Tom Lowery.
Chuma Anene could be handed a first start when Crewe take on Bradford.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith hailed the “clinical nature” of his players following a 6-1 Carabao Cup second-round demolition of Crewe at Gresty Road.