Danny Pugh claims the first shot of the game, but his sliced volley hits the underside of the Tommy Johnston stand.
Blackpool win the first corner of the game.
Parkes makes a great tackle inside the area to deny Kyle Vassell a goal scoring opportunity. Vital challenge from the centre back.
Blackpool get the game underway.
Both teams out and we're ready for the off.
The Brisbane Road pitch gets a late spray from the sprinklers with five minutes until the start, so expect some neat and tidy football to be played.
Both teams now going through some shooting drills in the pre-match warm-up before they head down the tunnel ready for kick-off.
Orient goalkeeper Alex Cisak is expected to be much busier than last weekend in-between the sticks as The Tangerines have had 245 shots already so far this season, more than any other Sky Bet league Two side.
The last time these two teams met was in January 2007 when Keith Southern's goal was enough to seal the points at Brisbane Road.
We're just half an hour away from kick-off! Whose excited?
"Our poor home form has been a major disappointment and it is something we know we have to turn around. Our aim this afternoon is to replicate what we did at Colchester."
Weir said: "If we can keep it as tight as possible at the back we know we have got the quality up the other end of the pitch to help us win games."
Captain Robbie Weir also gave his pre-match thoughts for today insisting knowing the quality up front means keeping clean sheets is fundamental if the East Londoners are to climb up the League Two table.
"Hopefully now we have found out identity as a team and we can build on that victory."
Cavasin on the win at Colchester: "We kept the same mentality for the whole of the match and to come away with three goals, a clean sheet and three points was vitally important for us."
Cavasin: "We have a good week on the Training Pitch and the squad as always has trained well. Double sessions have taken place on two days this week and the players are all buying into the current schedule. I feel preparation has gone to plan, but we all know the most important aspect is to get the result today."
What do you make of the side. Was Cavasin right to stick with the same starting XI or should he have installed some fresh legs?
Subs: Boney, McAllister, Cullen, Nolan, Philliskirk, Osaye-Samuel, Gnanduillet
Blackpool: Slocombe, Mellor, Taylor, Rpbertson, Vassell, Potts, Aldred, Matt, Pugh (c), Daniel, Payne.
Subs: Sargeant, Dunne, Semedo, Pollock, Adeboyejo, Ochieng, McCallum.
Orient: Cisak, Hunt, Erichot, Parkes, Kennedy; Weir(c), Collins, Atangana; Massey, Palmer, Simpson.
Unsurprisingly, after the O's picked up just their second win in 12 games against the U's last Saturday, manager Alberto Cavasin sticks with the same side and same bench.
Hello and welcome back to The Matchroom Stadium. After last week's emphatic 3-0 away victory against Colchester United last week, you must be buoyed with confidence going into today's home test against play-off chasers Blackpool, right?
Orient take a break from domestic duties next week as they travel to Sheffield United in the FA Cup first round next Sunday.
It's full-time at The Matchroom Stadium as Leyton Orient have now won just once in 10 games in all competitions. Goals from Crewe's George Cooper and Harry Davis in the first 45 minutes was enough to clinch the victory against a poor Orient side, who struggled to create any notable clear cut goalscoring opportunities, much to the discontent of the home fans.
Cisak produces a brilliant save to deny Bingham from making it 3-0 as the full time whistle is blown.
Due to that injury to Nnomo the fourth official brandishes seven minutes of injury time.
Apologies, that was not Crewe's final change. Alex Kiwomya is substituted by Perry Ng in Alexandra's last change of the game.
This looks a nasty injury to Nnomo as the stretcher is called, as well as the oxygen tank, with his leg heavily strapped as he leaves the pitch.
Crewe make their final change as Cooper is replaced by Tom Lowery.
As full-time approaches, you should expect more boos and jeers from the home fans as Orient have created very little goal scoring opportunities. Even some fans have seen enough and are on there way home!
Palmer holds the ball up well and forces the corner to the hosts, which comes to nothing.
Crewe make a change as Lowe is replaced by Billy Bingham.
Weir's effort goes just over the bar from 25 yards out after some good work from substitute Nnomo.
Turton receives a booking for a bad challenge on Kennedy.
Double change for Orient as Gavin Massey is replaced by Ulrich Nnomo and, much to the anger of the home faithful, Nigel Atangana is replaced by Jay Simpson.
Semedo wins a corner but it results to nothing as Orient have definitely run out of ideas. Their only saviour is there is still 20 minutes left.
Since Palmers effort Orient have not panicked Crewe once and the lack of creativity from the home side today is worrying. You can tell by this just though the atmosphere of the crowd who are expressing their anger and disappointment.
We have a stoppage here as Kiwomya is given some treatment.
Referee Andy Haines brushes off Crewe captain Ryan Lowe's claims for a spot kick after the forward was brought down in the area by Nicky Hunt, but the former Bolton Wanderers man was judged to have won the ball.
The attendance for today is 4,366 with 299 travelling away fans.