As you were for high-flying Orient
Leaders Leyton Orient are likely to be unchanged for the rearranged clash with Notts County.
The O's suffered no new injuries as they made it six wins out of six with a 3-2 victory over Port Vale on Saturday.
David Mooney scored twice and Kevin Lisbie grabbed the late winner as the in-form strike duo took their tally for the season to 13, and they will start in attack with Shaun Batt, the hat-trick hero against Gillingham in the JPT a week earlier, on the bench again.
Fellow forward Jayden Stockley is still awaiting his full league debut following his loan switch from Bournemouth.
Notts County boss Chris Kiwomya will make changes for his side's trip to Brisbane Road.
Saturday's 3-1 defeat at MK Dons saw Kiwomya's men equal the worst ever start to a league campaign in the clubs' 151-year history. Left-back Alan Sheehan (hamstring) and forward Danny Haynes returned from injury to start in Milton Keynes.
It remains to be seen if they will keep their places but Kiwomya might stick with Marcus Haber up front while fellow new signing Jack Grealish could be handed his full debut after making his first appearance for the Magpies from the bench at the weekend.
Kiwomya, who is still without defender Haydn Hollis due to a knee injury, said: "Some players are just not doing enough to warrant a starting place. There willl be some changes, most definitely."