Rosler relishing derby clash

Brentford boss Uwe Rosler says Leyton Orient's storming start to the season has come as no surprise to him.

Last Updated: 19/09/13 at 12:11

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Orient are top of League One after a record-breaking seven wins out of seven, and head to Griffin Park for a mouthwatering London derby on Monday night.

"I am not surprised Orient have started well," said Rosler, whose side are currently ninth.

"They had a good run at the end of last season. They continued this season.

"It will be a big game. We normally do well against teams around us and above us.

"I am looking forward to next Monday."

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