25th August 2019

Darren Sarll’s side head to the capital after slipping to a first home defeat of the season last time out, with Courtney Duffus’ third goal of the campaign only acting as a consolation as Maidenhead United left with all three points.

Having suffered back-to-back defeats for the first time under his tenure, the green and whites will look for an instant response on the road. 

Having missed last weekend’s journey to Barrow with a hamstring injury, striker Rhys Murphy came off the bench on Saturday to provide a timely boost, whilst Luke Wilkinson was introduced in the closing stages for his first involvement in a Yeovil shirt. 

For those who do make the matchday 16, they’ll come up against a Daggers side unbeaten in their last two. 

Peter Taylor’s side came back from Eastleigh with a 1-1 draw last time out and will now aim to build on the 4-2 win over Harrogate in their last match at the Chigwell Construction Stadium. 


Monday’s encounter will be the first fixture between the two sides in three years. 

Last meeting in League Two, Brandon Goodship’s winner in London took a huge step to securing EFL safety in 2015/16 after drawing the return fixture 2-2. 

The Daggers would go on to suffer relegation that season. 

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The man in the middle will be Samuel Barrott on Monday. 

It will be his second National League match of the campaign having overseen Woking’s 2-1 win at Chesterfield earlier this month. On Saturday, he was the fourth official in Bristol City’s 3-1 Championship win at Hull City.

He’ll be assisted by Scott Williams and Jack Fagg with Andrew Gray acting as fourth official.


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Ticket News

Tickets are only available to purchase directly from Dagenham & Redbridge. 

Ambulant disabled supporters pay the relevant price with a personal assistant free of charge. Wheelchair users should contact Dagenham directly on 020 8592 1549 Ext 2.

Prices are as follows:

Adult – £21
Over 65 & Student – £15
Under 16 – £12
Under 10 – £2 (with accompanying adult ticket)