Daggers boss waits on midfielder

Dagenham & Redbridge boss John Still has a doubt over Peter Gain as the club prepares for the League Two play-off final against Rotherham.

Last Updated: 29/05/10 at 12:18

Gain: Calf problem

Gain: Calf problem

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Still saw his side demolish Morecambe 7-2 in the semi-finals so will name the same XI should midfielder Gain shake off a calf problem as the Daggers play the biggest game in their history.

The club were backed by 12,000 fans in the 1997 FA Trophy final but have sold more tickets than that already and are also set to play in front of their highest crowd.

Strikers Josh Scott and Paul Benson will continue their partnership in attack after scoring all seven goals between them in the semi-final win.

Still remains without long-term absentees Stuart Thurgood (knee) and Will Antwi (ankle) as he bids to win a place in the third tier for the first time in the club's history.

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