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Gow (c): Out with a thigh injury

Gow (c): Out with a thigh injury

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Dagenham boss John Still is set to make changes to his side after being less than impressed with Saturday's defeat at York.

Still labelled the Daggers' performance as their worst of the season as they went down 3-2 to the Minstermen and, having kept faith with an unchanged side for the encounter, a shake-up is on the cards.

Midfielder Billy Bingham is out for around another week or so with his groin injury, but Still is not expected to have any new injury or suspension problems against the Grecians.

The likes of Dominic Green, Brian Woodall, Jake Reed and Gavin Hoyte, as well as fit-again midfielder Kevin Maher, all come into contention against an Exeter side who have lost their previous three games and five of their last six.

Exeter will be without playmaker Alan Gow as they look to turn around a run of form that has seen them lose three consecutive games without scoring.

The former Blackpool and Notts County man missed Saturday's 1-0 home defeat by Chesterfield with a thigh problem that rules him out of the clash with John Still's men, but fellow forward Jamie Cureton's half-time withdrawal at St James Park was a tactical one.

Manager Paul Tisdale handed Liam Sercombe his first start since early September on Saturday after his return from injury and the youth product got through 90 minutes unscathed.

Right-back Kevin Amankwaah put in an impressive display after being introduced shortly after half-time on Saturday and he will be pushing for a return to the side, along with striker Guillem Bauza, as the Grecians look to build on an impressive away record which has seen them beaten just once on the road this season.

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League Two Fixtures

Sunday, 26 October 2014
13:00
Morecambe v Exeter
Friday, 31 October 2014
19:45
Accrington v Morecambe  
Saturday, 01 November 2014
15:00
Burton Alb v Plymouth  
Bury v Cambridge Utd  
Cheltenhm v York City  
Dag + Red v Shrewsbury  
Exeter v Luton  
Hartlepool v Newport  
Mansfield v Southend  
Northamptn v AFC W'don  

Sky Bet League 2

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Luton 15 8 30
2 Wycombe 15 10 29
3 Burton Alb 15 1 28
4 Shrewsbury 15 12 27
5 Bury 15 7 27
6 Plymouth 15 9 26
7 Newport 15 4 23
8 Morecambe 14 4 23
9 Southend 15 1 22
10 Cheltenhm 15 -2 22
11 Cambridge Utd 15 8 21
12 AFC W'don 15 -1 20
13 Portsmth 15 -1 20
14 Stevenage 15 -3 20
15 Accrington 15 -4 20
16 Exeter 14 -2 19
17 Mansfield 15 -4 19
18 Northamptn 15 0 18
19 Oxford Utd 15 -4 16
20 Carlisle 15 -7 15
21 Dag + Red 15 -7 15
22 York City 15 -7 12
23 Tranmere 15 -7 11
24 Hartlepool 15 -15 11

Updated Sat, 25 Oct 2014

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