The O’s go into the final game of the season at Swindon on Sunday lying second from bottom, two points from safety.
They need to beat the play-off bound Robins and hope Crawley, Colchester and Notts County all slip up if they are to avoid relegation.
Baudry opened the scoring as Orient drew 1-1 with Sheffield United last Saturday and the Frenchman feels that point could yet prove vital
“It keeps us in there and keeps everything possible to the last game,” he said.
“We are going to give it 100 per cent to the end and hope we get a bit of luck. It keeps us alive to the last game.”