Dag & Red v Bristol R preview

Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Dagenham & Redbridge and Bristol Rovers at Victoria Road.

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Rhys Murphy: Set to feature

Rhys Murphy: Set to feature

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Daggers boss Wayne Burnett has no new injury or suspension concerns ahead of this weekend's home fixture.

Luke Wilkinson and Matt Saunders will both again be on the bench as they continue their search for game time having come back from injury.

Striker Rhys Murphy made his return from a back problem in last weekend's 1-1 draw against Exeter and will again hope to start versus the Pirates.

Gianluca Gracco has this week left the Daggers by mutual consent but it is unlikely he would have featured in any case having made just one appearance since moving to Victoria Road in December.

Rovers' new signing Andy Bond looks set to make his debut for the Pirates.

The Colchester midfielder penned a one-month deal on Thursday to reunite him with former manager John Ward and team-mate John-Joe O'Toole and he now looks likely to make his first appearance just two days after joining.

Meanwhile striker Eliot Richards returns to the squad after a recent hamstring injury. The 22-year-old has scored two goals in five appearances this season.

Long-term absentees Garry Kenneth and Matt Gill came through a development game unscathed this week and could feature against the Daggers.

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