Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton has Gavin Williams available for selection for the visit of Dagenham and Redbridge.

On-loan Williams missed the FA Cup win over Rushden last week after his parent club Bristol City failed to give him permission to play and comes back into contention for the visit of John Still's men.

Fellow Robins loanee Stephen Henderson has returned to Ashton Gate and is unavailable for selection.

Assistant manager Nathan Jones is likely to retain his place in the team after filling in at left-back for the last three matches, while Luke Ayling is a major doubt following bruised ribs. If Ayling does miss out, Jean Paul Kalala will operate once again as a make-shift right-back.

Defender Adam Virgo is set to make his 250th senior appearance in professional football.

Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still could hand debuts to forwards Kayleden Brown and Medy Elito.

The youngsters signed on loan this week from West Brom and Colchester respectively and are in contention as the Daggers have managed just 15 goals in 15 league games.

At the back the Daggers will still be without Tony Roberts and Scott Doe.

Goalkeeper Roberts has an ankle injury which prevents him from kicking the ball and will again sit out.

That will see Chris Lewington continue between the posts while defender Doe has ankle ligament damage.

Fortunately Will Antwi has now recovered from a hamstring injury and will start while former Arsenal right-back Abu Ogogo is also fit after a hamstring problem of his own.

The Daggers are on a run of one win in 12 in all competitions and need the three pints to ease their relegation fears.

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