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                                                    Leyton Orient
                                                    Kevin Lisbie (65 mins)
                                                    Jonathan Tehoue (75 mins)
                                                    Kevin Lisbie (87 mins)
                                                    3-0
                                                    Exeter

                                                    npower League 1 , Dec 10, 2011
                                                    Ground: Matchroom Stadium , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 4,291

                                                    Team news

                                                    Craig back for Os Tony Craig returns to the Leyton Orient squad for the visit of Exeter.

                                                    The on-loan defender was ineligible for last weekend's FA Cup exit at the hands of League Two Gillingham as parent club Millwall do not want him cup-tied, and he is set to come straight back in at left-back.

                                                    But boss Russell Slade is still without his leading scorer Dean Cox.

                                                    The seven-goal winger has been out since suffering a knee injury in mid-November and is expected to be sidelined for at least another fortnight.

                                                    Ben Alnwick keeps his place in goal with Jamie Jones and David Button still missing with shoulder injuries, and French striker Jonathan Tehoue is continuing his recovery from a broken wrist.

                                                    Striker Daniel Nardiello remains a doubt for Exeter, but manager Paul Tisdale is boosted by the return of four other key players.

                                                    Nardiello is struggling with a calf injury and will be assessed ahead of kick-off in east London.

                                                    Spanish forward Guillem Bauza has shrugged off a hamstring problem to be available for the visit to Orient, while defender Billy Jones is back after a broken toe.

                                                    David Noble has recovered from a dead leg in time for the fixture, while midfielders Liam Sercombe and James Dunne are in the frame for a place in Tisdale's matchday squad following injury.

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                                                    Last modified 18:48 10/12/11

                                                    Lisbie's on the spot Two penalties by Kevin Lisbie and a close-range header from substitute Jonathan Tehoue gave Leyton Orient their first win in four games, 3-0 against Exeter at Brisbane Road.

                                                    The home side were unable to make their greater possession count in the first-half although former Exeter striker Jamie Cureton did hit the post.

                                                    But they flourished in the second period after Lisbie put them ahead from the spot when Steve Tully was penalised for handball in the 64th minute.

                                                    Orient doubled their lead when Lisbie set up Tehoue after Grecians defender Troy Archibald-Henville had missed a long clearance.

                                                    Lisbie added his second of the game from the spot when Archibald-Tenville tripped substitute George Porter.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    Leyton OrientRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    12 Lee Butcher
                                                    14 Leon McSweeney
                                                    5 Scott Cuthbert
                                                    6 Terrell Forbes
                                                    3 Tony Craig
                                                    20 Jimmy Smith
                                                    16 Matthew Spring
                                                    8 Stephen Dawson
                                                    21 Lee Cook(sub 72)
                                                    9 Kevin Lisbie Goal
                                                    10 Jamie Cureton(sub 72)
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    15 George Porter(sub 72)
                                                    17 Marc Laird
                                                    18 Jonathan Tehoue(sub 72) Goal
                                                    25 Tom Clarke
                                                    39 David Mooney
                                                    ExeterRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    1 Artur Krysiak
                                                    2 Steve Tully
                                                    5 Troy Archibald-Henville
                                                    18 Danny Coles
                                                    11 Scott Golbourne
                                                    34 Chris Hackett
                                                    6 Richard Duffy(sub 65)
                                                    7 Liam Sercombe(sub 79)
                                                    24 Elliott Frear(sub 62)
                                                    8 David Noble
                                                    35 Jake Taylor
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    40 Lenny Pidgeley
                                                    4 James Dunne(sub 65)
                                                    19 John O'Flynn(sub 79)
                                                    20 Richard Logan(sub 62)
                                                    26 Scot Bennett

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