Same again for Baggies tie

Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade could name an unchanged side for Tuesday's Carling Cup visit of West Brom.

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Slade: Unlikely to tinker

Slade: Unlikely to tinker

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The O's picked up their first point of the season with an encouraging display at Southampton on Saturday and Slade will consider sticking with his starting line-up.

Alex Revell passed a late fitness check and started on his own in attack with veteran striker Scott McGleish dropping to the bench.

Charlie Daniels was pushed forward from his usual position at left-back into midfield, with youngster Mike Cestor coming into the back four.

Rookie striker Jake Argent, who signed his first professional contract this summer, is the only injury absentee with a long-term knee ligament problem.

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