Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh was happy to see his returning players get more minutes under their belts in the 0-0 draw against Solihull Moors.

Jobi McAnuff made his second start since returning, having also played in the 2-0 win against Harrogate on Good Friday, while Jamie Turley featured from the off against the Moors having replaced Josh Koroma late on in the weekend’s first game.

Speaking after the Solihull match, Edinburgh said: “[Jobi] hasn’t played for a little while and we’ve got him out there again today but it was tiring and he was a little bit sore.

“We’ve also got players like Charlie Lee and Matt Harrold who when they come off the bench make a big impact.

“Other than that, Turley’s got through 80 minutes unscathed so there’s another lot of positives today.”