Dagenham & Redbridge are set to be without midfielder Romain Vincelot for the visit of Swindon.

Frenchman Vincelot , who has been converted from a full-back by manager John Still this season, suffered a head injury in scoring his fifth goal of the season at Colchester in midweek.

The game was delayed for six minutes while Vincelot was treated for a gash caused by a collision with former Dagger Magnus Okuonghae but he has not been ruled out of contention for this weekend.

Still could hand Billy Bingham a rare start in his place or move Peter Gain into the middle and recall Jon Nurse to the starting line-up.

Defenders Will Antwi and Abu Ogogo are both still sidelined with hamstring injuries and could be back in 10 days or so.

David Prutton misses the trip as Swindon look to get back to winning ways.

Prutton, having scored Town`s first to get them back in Tuesday`s 3-2 home defeat to Plymouth, was shown his second red card of the season late on and will now serve a two-match suspension.

His absence means Simon Ferry is likely to step into midfield alongside Jonathan Douglas, Paul Caddis and Jon-Paul McGovern.

Another player to miss out at Victoria Road will be left-back Alan Sheehan who went off nursing a hamstring strain after just 15 minutes, with Michael Rose certain to deputise.

The enforced changes mean Danny Wilson must change a Town XI he has kept faith with for three consecutive matches.

Forward David Ball (hamstring) returned to training on Thursday and could possibly be in contention for the weekend, although the game comes too soon for Charlie Austin (shoulder) who has started light training.

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