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Peterborough United Vs Dagenham & Redbridge, Sat 7 May 2011

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Winger Tommy Rowe is back in contention as Peterborough host relegation-threatened Dagenham & Redbridge.

The former Stockport player has been struggling with a groin strain but is available while right-back Mark Little could also play after recovering from an ankle injury.

Left-back Grant Basey is likely to be missing for a couple of weeks with a knee injury and fellow full-back Tom Kennedy only has a slight chance of being involved in the play-offs after damaging his knee ligaments in the reverse fixture at Dagenham.

Manager Darren Ferguson has no plans to rest any of his key players despite Posh already being safe in a play-off place.

Ferguson has seen his side win just two of the last nine games and he is keen to enter the play-offs on a high.

Dagenham will be without key winger Danny Green as they battle for their League One lives.

Green was instrumental in the 3-0 win over Carlisle last weekend but was sent-off after scoring a late goal for his second bookable offence.

He begins a two-match ban so Darren Currie will come in to replace him as the Daggers look for a win which could keep them in the division if results go their way elsewhere.

Centre-half Scott Doe will miss the game with a hamstring injury so Will Antwi will keep his place.

John Still's side have won their last league away game of the season every year since they joined the Football League.

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Peterborough United
Mark Little
Dagenham & Redbridge
Football
Darren Currie
League One
Darren Ferguson
Will Antwi
Tommy Rowe
Darren Currie
Grant Basey
Scott Doe

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