Plymouth Argyle 3 - 3 Leyton Orient

Match info: League Cup - 1st Rnd at Home Park

Date: 12/08/2014 KO: 19:45 Ref: T Harrington Att: 3,343

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers


Reuben Reid 45+2,64
Carl McHugh 108


Leyton Or

Dean Cox 13
Mathieu Baudry 38
Romain Vincelot 103

FT (ht: 1-2)

Leyton Orient win 6-5 on penalties.

  • Last Updated: August 12 2014, 13:25 BST

Team news for Tuesday's Capital One clash between Plymouth Argyle and Leyton Orient at Home Park.

Luke McCormick: Likely starter
Luke McCormick: Likely starter

Team news for Tuesday's Capital One clash between Plymouth Argyle and Leyton Orient at Home Park.

Plymouth boss John Sheridan looks set to ring the changes when his side host Leyton Orient.

The former Chesterfield boss was not a happy man after seeing his side beaten 1-0 by newly promoted Cambridge on Saturday in their opening League Two match and a number of his starting line-up will be sweating on their places ahead of this Capital One Cup first round clash.

Luke McCormick looks set to start in goal having come through his competitive return to action unscathed. The shotstopper saved a penalty and made some fine stops in his first League Two outing since suffering a finger injury back in early February.

Dominic Blizzard's lack of match practise having suffered a thigh injury means the former Bristol Rovers man may have to settle for a place on the bench again at Home Park.

Leyton Orient could start summer signing Jobi McAnuff, as well as new attacking duo Jay Simpson and Darius Henderson.

All three players featured from the substitutes' bench in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Sky Bet League One newcomers Chesterfield and Henderson scored on his first competitive appearance for Russell Slade's side.

Defender Scott Cutherbert missed the O's game at the weekend and he may be involved, as well some of the newer members of the squad who manager Slade claimed were not fit enough for the Spireites fixture.

Orient were knocked out of last year's competition in the second round, when they were beaten 1-0 by Barclays Premier League side Hull after extra-time and they will be hoping to progress further in the 2014/15 competition.