John Still has no new injury or suspension problems as he aims to celebrate eight years in charge of Dagenham with at least a point this weekend.
Still, 61, is now the longest-serving manager in the Football League having passed the eight-year mark on Thursday, with the celebrations due to be extra special if the Daggers can make sure of survival in League Two by taking a solitary point from the high-flying Red Devils.
It remains to be seen whether forward Jon Nurse (abductor strain) will be fit for any of the club's remaining games this season, although he will definitely miss out this weekend.
As will long-term absentees Sam Williams (knee), Kevin Maher (metatarsal) and Matt Saunders (ankle), who are each making good progress with their respective injuries.
Meanwhile, Crawley will still be without Hope Akpan, Sergio Torres and Pablo Mills through suspension.
Midfielder Akpan is in the middle of a three-game ban after he was sent off for the tackle which broke AFC Wimbledon striker Jason Prior's leg last weekend.
Winger Torres serves the final game of his three-match suspension for a red card at Barnet on Easter Monday, and defender Mills completes a mammoth six-game ban for his role in the brawl of Bradford last month.
On-loan Charlton striker Leon Clarke is set to miss out again with a foot injury but right-back David Hunt has returned to full training after recovering from the broken foot he suffered against Stoke in the FA Cup in February.