Torquay manager Paul Buckle is set to stick with a winning team for the rescheduled match against play-off chasing Dagenham at Plainmoor.

The Gulls will be eyeing back-to-back home wins following Saturday's 2-1 win over Accrington.

It was Torquay`s first victory of 2010 - after a 10-match league run without a win - and moved them up two places to 20th and eight points clear of second-from-bottom Grimsby.

Central defender Kieran Charnock (knee) remains an injury doubt along with on-loan Southampton goalkeeper Michael Poke (groin).

Striker Scott Rendell (arm) is also set to be ruled out while winger Wayne Carlisle (knee) made his first appearance in five weeks as a half-time substitute against Stanley.

Buckle will wait to see if Carlisle suffers any reaction.

Dagenham are set to be unchanged for the trip.

The Daggers swept aside Grimsby at the weekend to keep up their pursuit of a play-off place and they could move into the top seven with a win at Plainmoor.

On-loan Portsmouth midfielder Marlon Pack will make the penultimate appearance of his loan spell with Plymouth midfielder Yoann Folly again set to be on the bench.

Defender Mark Arber and forward Jon Nurse made their 100th appearances for the club against Grimsby and will again be involved as manager John Still has no fresh injury concerns.

Midfielder Stuart Thurgood is expected to miss the rest of the season as he continues his recovery from a knee operation while defender Will Antwi is out with ankle and calf injuries.

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