Dagenham manager John Still will have the same squad to choose from for the visit of fellow strugglers Plymouth.
The Daggers' preparations for last weekend's trip to Tranmere were disrupted by a gastric flu bug which swept through the squad but it has cleared up now and Still has no new injuries to worry about.
Tottenham forward Cameron Lancaster and West Ham midfielder Oliver Lee have extended their loan deals until the end of the season and will be involved.
Midfielder Solomon Taiwo is available again following the ankle injury he sustained at Swindon a month ago but is likely to be on the bench.
Striker John Akinde limped off in the first half at Tranmere with a recurrence of his groin problems but he has trained this week and is in contention.
Plymouth manager Peter Reid will include Carl Fletcher, Kari Arnason and Rory Fallon in his squad for the trip.
Captain Fletcher limped out of last weekend's 2-1 defeat at Peterborough with an ankle problem but has recovered sufficiently to take his place in the travelling party.
Utility-man Arnason and striker Fallon have been suffering from ongoing groin problems in recent weeks but have again declared their availability despite not being fully fit.
"They are not 100%, but the season's coming to an end and they are still fighting," Reid told the club's official website. "They still want to go out there and put the shirt on, which is fantastic."
The Pilgrims boss has no other injury or suspension concerns for the must-win game.
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