Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still has a doubt over top scorer Paul Benson for the visit of Hereford.

Benson - who has scored 17 times this season - may play with a cast after breaking his nose last Saturday against Morecambe but Phil Walsh could make his first start for the club if Benson is ruled out.

Midfielder Peter Gain collected his 14th booking of the season last weekend and will get a three-game ban if he gets booked again before the end of the campaign.

That would rule him out of the play-off campaign if the Daggers qualify.

Defender Will Antwi is back in training after four months out with an ankle injury and could be on the bench on Saturday but Stuart Thurgood is still struggling with a knee injury that threatens to end his season.

Hereford will be at full strength.

The Bulls claimed a notable 2-1 scalp over promoted Rochdale last weekend and temporary manager Graham Turner may be tempted to go with the same XI at Victoria Road.

Turner made just one change to his line-up to face Dale, defender Ryan Green returning from a minor thigh strain to come in for Keith Lowe.

The return of a handful of loanees to their parent clubs also handed youngster Joel Edwards a place on the bench and there is expected to be a similar look to the squad this time around as Turner has few options to play with.

Striker Lee Morris parted ways with the club by mutual consent earlier this week and so will not be available.

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