League Two

September 8, 2012



3 - 1

Dag & Red

League Two

14:00 +00:00, September 8, 2012

Roots Hall, England

Referee: Lee Collins

Hurst returns for Shrimpers

Team Stat Comparison

Southend United Dagenham & Redbridge
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 11 22
Points 61 51
Goal Difference 6 -7
Goals for * 1.0 1.2
Goals against * 1.1 1.5
Last 5 L-L-W-D-L L-L-L-W-L
Last 5 home L-D-D-L-D L-L-L-D-D
Last 5 away L-W-L-D-W L-W-D-L-W
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Southend United | Dagenham & Redbridge

Competition Stats

Southend United Dagenham & Redbridge
Goals Britt Assombalonga 15 Luke Howell 9
Assists Kevan Hurst 15 Matthew Saunders 11
Yellows Michael Timlin 8 Abu Ogogo 6
Reds Michael Timlin 1 Luke Wilkinson 1
Squads: Southend United | Dagenham & Redbridge

Next Matches

Southend United Dagenham & Redbridge
4/21 H: Accrington Stanley 4/21 H: Chesterfield
4/26 A: Fleetwood Town 4/26 H: Northampton Town
5/3 H: Burton Albion 5/3 A: Cheltenham Town

Kevan Hurst should be available for Southend's clash at home to neighbours Dagenham, while Dave Martin will be assessed.

Winger Hurst returned to training on Thursday having missed Tuesday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over AFC Wimbledon having not fully recovered from a bout of concussion sustained last weekend.

Fellow wide man Martin faces a fitness test having missed out of late with an ankle problem.

Striker Freddy Eastwood is also pushing for involvement having returned to training after a calf injury.

Goalkeeper Paul Smith finally made his debut for the club in midweek and it remains to be seen whether manager Paul Sturrock retains his services or recalls Cameron Belford.

The Shrimpers will be looking to build on last weekend's 1-0 win over Wycombe - their first in the league this season.

Dagenham boast an unchanged squad for the trip.

Manager John Still has no new injuries for the showdown, with only Kevin Maher (foot) and Matt Saunders (ankle) sidelined as they continue to build up their match fitness.

Mickey Spillane played in Tuesday's superb Johnstone's Paint Trophy victory over Stevenage with a bandage around his head having required four stitches to a wound picked up in last weekend's draw at AFC Wimbledon.

The versatile Spillane is again set to feature at Roots Hall, while fit-again Dominic Green is also pushing to start having appeared off the bench in the last two games.

Still faces a dilemma in attack with both Brian Woodall and Josh Scott on the scoresheet in midweek having replaced rested duo Sam Williams and Dwight Gayle.