Leyton Orient v Hull City FA Cup preview
Leyton Orient will be hoping to pull off an FA Cup upset tonight when they host Hull City in their third round replay.
The O's produced an excellent display at the KC Stadium when they were only denied the win by an injury time equaliser from the Championship outfit.
Orient have a shortage of options up front with Kevin Lisbie out due to a hamstring tear and new signing Charlie MacDonald cup tied.
Midfielder Anthony Griffith serves the second game of his suspension and Martin Rowlands remains an injury doubt after missing the weekend draw with Crewe.
Steve Bruce made nine changes to his side for the first match and is expected to field a similar team at Brisbane Road.
Robbie Brady and David Meyler are not eligible for the match while first teamers Robert Koren and Sone Aluko are unlikely to feature.
But O's boss Russell Slade said: "Whatever it is, from us looking at it, it will still be a strong [Hull] side.
"If you look at the names on the team sheet in the away game it was still strong so I'm sure whatever side Steve Bruce puts out will be a difficult one. We're enjoying our time in the cup and we want to prolong that."
David Mooney, who scored for Orient at Hull, believes the League One club can prevail and book a fourth round tie at home to Barnsley.
The striker said: "Hull are probably favourites still because they’re a top team and they might bring back in a couple of players for the replay who didn’t play. But if we play as well as we have done, they are a little off again and we take one or two of the chances we created, then we’ve got a great chance."