FULL-TIME: Charlton 3 Orient 1 - Benson, Wright-Phillips and Semedo launch Charlton comeback
McGleish’s 200th league goal is not enough for Orient.
FULL-TIME:Charlton 3 Orient 1 - Orient’s play-off push is stopped in its tracks as Charlton launch a second half comeback to end their poor run.
HERE’S THE ACTION
90 mins - O’s hit the bar again in stoppage time. On this occasion Dean Cox fires a free-kick against the woodwork
90 mins - Stephen Dawson sends an effort against the bar and Harry Kane heads the rebound over
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87 mins - It’s all over now, Charlton are set for that elusive win as Michael Stewart crosses from the right and Jose Semedo heads home at the far post
85 mins -Paul-Jose M’Poku comes on for Tommy Carroll and Bradley Wright-Phillips is replaced by Nathan Eccleston
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81 mins - Jimmy Smith is booked for a foul.
77 mins - Harry Kane come on for Alex Revell and Michael Stewart replaces Dean Parrett for Charlton
73 mins - Jamie Jones, who had kept Orient in the game, makes an awful error when he throws the ball straight to Bradley Wright-Phillips, who tucks the ball past the O’s keeper.
70 mins - Jimmy Smith heads into the net following a Charlie Daniels free-kick, but the goal is ruled out as Orient celebrate as the referee had spotted a push.
66 mins - Scott McGleish, with his 200th league goal in the bag, is replaced by Jonathan Tehoue.
65 mins - The pressure is mounting and Jones makes another great save from Terry Racon’s blast from 16 yards.
64 mins - It’s all Charlton now and Jamie Jones makes a spectacular save to keep out a point-blank header from Benson.
50 mins - Chalton start the second half well and level within five minutes. Bradley Wright-Phillips fires in a shot that Jamie Jones does well to parry, but Paul Benson fires home the rebound.
HALF-TIME: It’s been an open game with both sides trying to play football, but chances have been few and far between, with Charlton edging the possession, but Orient grabbed the goal.
42 mins - Scott McGleish fires another effort just over following Omozusi’s right-wing cross.
16 mins - Scott McGleish scores his 200th league goal to give Orient the lead. Elliott Omozusi and Alex Revell combine down the right and Revell’s deep cross finds Dean Cox, who knocks the ball back into the danger area and McGleish, looking suspiciously offside, heads home.
10 mins - Charlton make the early running without creating a clear chance, before Orient break away and force three corners.
Charlton Athletic: Elliott, Llera, Semedo, Wagstaff, Racon, Wright-Phillips (Eccleston 85 mins), Benson (Nouble 90 mins), Solly, Bessone, Parrett (Stewart 77 mins), Dailly. Subs: Sullivan, Francis, Reid, Fortune,
Orient: Jones, Omozusi, Barrett, Forbes, Daniels, Carroll (M’Poku 85 mins), Smith, Dawson, Cox, McGleish (Tehoue 66 mins), Revell (Kane 77 mins), Subs: Butcher, Whing, Chambers, Crowe.
Referee: S Hooper,
Attendeance: 15,875 (inc 1,447 Orient fans)
Orient manager Russell Slade makes four changes to the side beaten 5-1 at home by Yeovil Town as they O’s look to bounce back to winning ways after three matches without a victory.
Defender Terrell Forbes returns to the defence in place of the injured Ben Chorley, while Charlie Daniels is fit to resume at left back.
Jimmy Smith comes into the midfied, while Alex Revell returns up front as Jason Crowe and Jonathan Tehoue drop to the bench, while Matt Spring is suspended.
O’s need points to relaunch their play-off challenge, while Charlton are desperate for points after 11 games without a win.