Dagenham & Redbridge Vs Leyton Orient, Sat 4 Sep 2010

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Dagenham manager John Still will revert to his first-choice XI for the local derby with Leyton Orient.

Still rested several players for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat at Charlton in midweek but goalkeeper Tony Roberts, left-back Damien McCrory, midfielder Stuart Lewis and striker Gavin Tomlin will all return to the starting line-up.

Still has no fresh injury or suspension problems but will start a league game without striker Paul Benson for the first time since his six-figure move to Charlton at the start of the week.

The Daggers are expecting a bumper crowd for the first league meeting of the sides and Still is looking to repeat one of the three victories inflicted on Orient in the Football League trophy down the years.

Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade is set to revert to his first choice strikeforce.

Scott McGleish and Alex Revell were rested to the bench for the midweek Johnstone`s Paint Trophy win at Brighton and despite stand-in Ryan Jarvis scoring one of the goals, the pair will both come in against the Daggers.

Defender Ben Chorley is also likely to return after sitting out the Withdean trip, but a doubt remains over left-back Charlie Daniels.

Daniels was forced off during the second half of last Saturday's 3-0 win over Exeter with a slight hamstring injury and is unlikely to feature so Jimmy Smith will continue.

Young striker Jake Argent is the only definite injury absentee with his long-term knee ligament problem.

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Dagenham & Redbridge
Ben Chorley
League One
Charlie Daniels
Scott McGleish
Tony Roberts
Stuart Lewis
Damien McCrory
Paul Benson
Ryan Jarvis
Leyton Orient
Gavin Tomlin
Jimmy Smith

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