Dagenham v Barnet preview

Team news ahead of Saturday's League Two clash between Dagenham & Redbridge and Barnet at Victoria Road.

Last Updated: 14/12/12 at 11:48

Josh Scott (r): In contention for Dagenham

Josh Scott (r): In contention for Dagenham

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Dagenham boss John Still has the luxury of a fully-fit squad for the visit of the Bees.

Midfielder Dominic Green and forward Josh Scott have returned to contention, but both are short of match practice.

A planned game against Ebbsfleet in midweek, which would have given the pair a much-needed run-out, was called off due to a frozen pitch.

Still has named the same side for the last three games, as the Daggers have picked up six points, and is not expected to tinker with his line-up.

Dagenham have won four of their last six games and have not been beaten at home since losing to Northampton in September. Since then they have gone six unbeaten in front of their own supporters and welcome a Bees side who have only won once on their travels.

Barnet will have to make at least one change to their starting line-up.

Defender Krystian Pearce will be unavailable as his three-month loan spell from Notts County came to an end after last weekend's 1-1 draw with AFC Wimbledon.

Pearce's departure is likely to result in a debut for Andy Iro, the former MLS player who is on loan at Underhill from Stevenage.

Midfielder John Oster is closing in on a return after being sidelined since late October with an ankle problem, so he will be assessed.

But striker Collins John is not expected to have recovered from the thigh problem that has restricted him to just two appearances since joining the club in October.

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