League Two

November 17, 2012



3 - 2

Dag & Red

League Two

15:00 +00:00, November 17, 2012

Pirelli Stadium, England

Referee: T Kettle

Plenty of options for Rowett

Team Stat Comparison

Burton Albion Dagenham & Redbridge
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 4 22
Points 76 51
Goal Difference 6 -7
Goals for * 2.1 1.2
Goals against * 1.0 1.5
Last 5 L-W-W-L-W L-L-L-W-L
Last 5 home L-W-W-W-L L-L-L-D-D
Last 5 away W-L-L-D-D L-W-D-L-W
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Burton Albion | Dagenham & Redbridge

Competition Stats

Burton Albion Dagenham & Redbridge
Goals Jacques Maghoma 16 Luke Howell 9
Assists Jacques Maghoma 8 Matthew Saunders 11
Yellows Lee Bell 8 Abu Ogogo 6
Reds Lee Bell 2 Luke Wilkinson 1
Squads: Burton Albion | Dagenham & Redbridge

Next Matches

Burton Albion Dagenham & Redbridge
4/19 H: Hartlepool United 4/18 A: Torquay United
4/21 A: Newport County 4/21 H: Chesterfield
4/27 H: Chesterfield 4/26 H: Northampton Town
5/3 A: Southend United 5/3 A: Cheltenham Town

Burton boss Gary Rowett has no fresh injury or suspension concerns ahead of Dagenham's visit to the Pirelli Stadium on Saturday.

The Brewers, who recorded a 2-0 win over non-league Altrincham in their FA Cup first round replay on Thursday, face a quick turnaround to be ready for Saturday's clash in the league.

Club captain John McGrath made his return to first-team action from the substitutes bench on Thursday after an eight-month lay off.

The midfielder is now vying for a place in the starting line-up but this match could come too soon for him.

Defender Nathan Stanton, who was rested for the cup victory over Altrincham, could return to Rowett's starting XI on Saturday should the boss opt to change things around.

Dagenham boss John Still will be hard pushed to make any changes to his side for the trip to Burton should Luke Wilkinson get the green light to play.

Still watched his side record a tremendous 5-0 victory over promotion candidates Rotherham at Victoria Road last weekend.

Defender Wilkinson was forced off in the closing stages having taken a blow to the head which required seven staples to close the wound. He now hopes to get the all-clear to feature wearing a bandage but should that not happen then Still will be forced into a reshuffle.

The most likely option would see Michael Spillane move back into central defence and Kevin Maher be called into midfield having served his one-match suspension.

Striker Sam Williams also missed out last weekend due to a knock but has trained all week and is battling to be in contention, as is defender Jake Caprice following his arrival on a month-long loan deal from Blackpool this week.