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Nov 1, 2014 at 3pm UK at Brisbane Road
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Cuthbert (54'), Simpson (70')
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O'Brien (35', 90')

Team News: Shane Lowry, Darius Henderson missing for Leyton Orient

Leyton Orient face Coventry City without the suspended Shane Lowry and Darius Henderson.

Leyton Orient will be without the suspended duo of Shane Lowry and Darius Henderson as they chase a first home league win of the season against Coventry City.

The O's, who start the game in 19th place in the table, have a lengthy injury list with Romain Vincelot (knee), Adam Legzdins (finger), David Mooney (ankle) and Lloyd James (leg) all missing for the visit of the Sky Blues.

However, Nathan Clarke has been passed fit after being assessed for concussion and manager Mauro Milanese gives a first start to Josh Wright.

Coventry, who are two places above Orient, make three changes to the side which beat Peterborough United last weekend.

Gary Madine and Aaron Martin go straight into the starting lineup after joining the club on loan, while Jack Finch is also included by manager Steven Pressley.

Conor Thomas is missing for the visitors after picking up a fifth yellow card of the season.

Leyton Orient: Woods, Omozusi, Cuthbert, Baudry, Cox, McAnuff, Clarke, Wright, Bartley, Simpson, Plasmati

Coventry City: Burge, Willis, Johnson, Martin, Haynes, O'Brien, Finch, Barton, Fleck, Nouble, Madine

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