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PICTURE GALLERY: James penalties see Orient past Swindon

17:02 24 February 2014

Goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic salutes the crowd. All pics by Simon O

Goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic salutes the crowd. All pics by Simon O'Connor

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Orient returned to the top of League One on Saturday with a comfortable 2-0 victory over an injury-depleted Swindon Town.

Midfielder Lloyd James struck twice from the penalty spot after Moses Odubajo and David Mooney had been brought down.

Wolves’ 3-0 win at Brentford means the O’s top the table on goals scored, albeit having played two games more than both their rivals.

Relive the action with these shots taken by Simon O’Connor at Brisbane Road.

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