Rochdale Vs Dagenham & Redbridge, Sat 23 Oct 2010

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Rochdale boss Keith Hill is set to have striker John-Louis Akpa Akpro available for the home clash with Dagenham.

The Frenchman missed last weekend's defeat at Bristol Rovers due to a thigh strain but Hill said that he expects him to recover for the visit of the Daggers.

Hill has no other injury or suspension concerns as his side bid to bounce back from a run of three successive defeats.

Nicky Adams looks set to continue after he made his debut against the Pirates last weekend after joining on loan from Brentford.

The winger failed to settle in west London since signing from Leicester and last week agreed a loan deal at Spotland which will be made permanent in January.

Dagenham manager John Still has a tactical dilemma on his hands.

Still opted to field a 4-5-1 formation last weekend in the 1-1 draw with Walsall but may decide to revert to two up front after Gavin Tomlin recovered from an ankle knock which restricted him to a place on the bench last Saturday.

Tomlin may return to partner Bas Savage and either Darren Currie or Damian Scannell will make way for him if he does.

Defender Will Antwi recently suffered a setback and is still not training due to his hamstring injury.

Former Arsenal full-back Abu Ogogo started training again last Monday after a hamstring problem of his own but will not feature.

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Dagenham & Redbridge
Darren Currie
Damian Scannell
League One
Will Antwi
Bas Savage
Darren Currie
Nicky Adams
Abu Ogogo
Gavin Tomlin

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