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Daggers boss Wayne Burnett faces several selection dilemmas for the home clash this weekend.

Burnett made five changes for the midweek Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash against Colchester from the side beaten 3-0 at Mansfield last weekend, and watched them romp to a 4-1 victory over the League One visitors.

Jordan Seabright, Gavin Hoyte, Jack Connors, Afolabi Obafemi and Josh Scott must now wait and see if they have done enough to hold on to their starting berths against the Grecians.

Striker Rhys Murphy (back) will again be assessed but Burnett has no new injury or suspension concerns.

Grecians captain Danny Coles looks set to return to the starting line-up for the trip to London.

The former Bristol Rovers man was left out of the Exeter's 2-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat to Wycombe on Tuesday night to rest his tight hamstring but he should be reunited with Pat Baldwin at the heart of the defence.

John O'Flynn also missed out after tweaking his hamstring in the 2-1 win over York last Saturday but he also looks likely to come back into contention with Sam Parkin or Alan Gow likely to drop out if the Irishman gets the nod.

Matt Oakley should also start against the Daggers as Paul Tisdale's men search for their first away win of the campaign.

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