Billy Bingham and Josh Scott are stepping up their recoveries but will not be available for Dagenham.
Midfielder Bingham (abductor) and striker Scott (knee) have both started their running programmes and will allowed to return to training once up to speed
Manager John Still has no new injury or suspension problems following Tuesday's 1-1 home draw with Exeter.
Still opted to keep faith with the same XI for the clash despite slamming last Saturday's display in the club's 3-2 defeat at York.
It was a third successive unchanged line-up and it remains to be seen whether Still will opt to stick for a fourth consecutive game or twist and turn to the likes of Gavin Hoyte, Brian Woodall or Dominic Green.
Aldershot go into the clash in buoyant mood having ended their club-record run of seven successive defeats with a 2-1 victory at Southend in midweek.
Dean Holdsworth will find it tough to make any changes to his Aldershot XI.
Holdsworth watched his Shots side finally end a club-record run of seven successive defeats with Tuesday's late 2-1 win at Southend.
And he is unlikely to change his starting line-up having finally rediscovered a winning formula.
That means returning midfielder Josh Payne could well find himself on the bench as he returns to contention having served a one-match suspension at Roots Hall.
Attacking midfielder Jack Munns continues to wait for his chance to shine after arriving on loan from Tottenham, having to make do with back-to-back stints as an unused substitute.
Goalkeeper Ross Worner (back) and midfielder Craig Stanley (broken leg) remain long-term absentees.