Next Up: Dagenham & Redbridge Away
City’s form goes from bad to worse, and it will possibly be something of a relief to have a fairly low-key midweek away match in order to try to arrest the slump, although City incredibly remain in the playoff places in League Two following a fairly bizarre set of weekend results. Paul Tisdale rang the changes on Saturday, and it will be interesting to see if there will be further changes on Tuesday night. Alan Gow, having hoped to feature against Chesterfield, missed out again through injury and the word is Tisdale and Gow are looking more to the visit to Cheltenham on Saturday for a return.
Dagenham and Redbridge have made something of a stuttering start to the season and currently sit in 19th place in the table, although the closeness of the table is such that a win on Tuesday will bring John Still’s side to within two points of City. Saturday’s 3-2 defeat at York ended a five-match unbeaten run in the league which saw the Daggers record wins over Bradford and Chesterfield, and they are unbeaten at home since a 1-0 reverse against Northampton in mid-September. Goalscoring duties have been somewhat shared around, with Michael Spillane topping the charts with five goals ahead of Dwight Gayle on four and three players with three apiece. Unfortunately the away support are no longer able to enjoy their usual banter with Tony Roberts, the veteran Welsh keeper having finally hung up his gloves prior to last season at the age of 83.
City enjoy the best of the head-to-head record, 7 wins out of 14 matches, just 2 wins for the Daggers (5 draws). The sides last met during Dagenham and Redbridge’s brief sojourn in League One. The match at the Barking and Dagenham Stadium was originally postponed following the tragic death of Adam Stansfield, the match eventually took place nearly a month later and finished 1-1 (Logan for City, Vincelot equalising for the Daggers), before City came from behind at The Park to win 2-1, Vincelot nodding the Daggers ahead on 76 minutes before Matt Taylor and Logan again stole the points for City.
As Exeweb has already revealed, the referee for this match will be Gavin Ward. Oh joy.
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