Dagenham have no new injury problems as they welcome Bristol Rovers to Victoria Road.
Caretaker boss Wayne Burnett handed three players their Daggers debuts during the weekend's goalless draw against Barnet.
Barnsley winger Toni Silva and Tottenham goalkeeper Jonathan Miles were handed starts while QPR midfielder Mo Sharif came off the bench in the second half.
All three could make their home debuts on Easter Monday as Burnett's side look to end a run of four games without a win.
Defensive duo Peter Gilbert and Jonathan Fortune are looking to make their first appearances for the club after joining before the loan deadline, but both are likely to have to settle for a place on the bench.
Striker Sam Williams (knee) remains sidelined while keeper Chris Lewington (back) is a major doubt.
John-Joe O'Toole will play for Bristol Rovers for the last time before heading back to Colchester.
The 24-year-old, who has been reunited with former manager John Ward for the last three months, has been a big hit since joining on loan on New Year's Eve but will return to his parent club after the clash with the Daggers.
Elsewhere Fabian Broghammer is likely to be involved again having returned to the matchday squad on Saturday after injury and he could be handed a start if Ward decides to freshen things up.
Winger Joe Anyinsah made his comeback from a hamstring problem to take Jim Paterson's place in midfield for the 0-0 draw with York on Saturday and the former Charlton man will hope to have kept his place.