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Dagenham & Redbridge Vs Bristol Rovers, Sat 18 Sep 2010

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Dagenham & Redbridge will be unchanged for the visit of Bristol Rovers.

Boss John Still remains without defenders Abu Ogogo and Will Antwi so will field the same XI which were thumped 3-0 at Bournemouth last weekend.

Former Arsenal right-back Ogogo is struggling with an ankle injury while Antwi has a hamstring problem. Both are expected to be out for a fortnight.

That means former Tottenham youth product Phil Ifil will continue at right-back after he signed last week while striker Gavin Tomlin is still searching for his first goal for the club.

The Daggers won their last home game and a repeat performance could see Still's side climb off the foot of the table.

Bristol Rovers boss Paul Trollope will be without the services of left-back Gary Sawyer for the trip.

Sawyer was dismissed in the 70th minute of the 0-0 draw with Brentford for two bookable offences and will complete a one-match suspension.

It is expected that Jeff Hughes will fill in at left-back, allowing Wayne Brown to step into the team in a left midfield role but other options are available such as Ben Swallow and 18-year-old Mark Cooper.

Other than the absence of Sawyer, Trollope will have a fully-fit squad to choose from for the trip to London where they hope to get back on track after managing only one win in six league games so far this season.

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Bristol Rovers
Dagenham & Redbridge
Football
Jeff Hughes
League One
Will Antwi
Ben Swallow
Gary Sawyer
Paul Trollope
Abu Ogogo
Wayne Brown
Wayne Brown
Gavin Tomlin

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