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Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Dagenham & Redbridge and Bury at the L.B Barking & Dagenham Stadium.

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Josh Scott, Louis Dennis and Ian Gayle are all back in training for Dagenham but will not be available for the visit of Bury.

Strikers Scott and Dennis and defender Gayle have all been sidelined of late due to injury and are not quite match fit despite their return to the fold.

Manager Wayne Burnett has kept faith with an unchanged line-up for the past two matches, which have brought four points, and he is likely to go again with the same XI.

The Daggers, unbeaten on home soil this season, have lost just one of their last eight matches.

Bury could be without Ashley Grimes and Marlon Jackson again as they bid to get back to winning ways at Dagenham.

Both midfielder Grimes and forward Jackson were absent last weekend, with the former suffering from a knee problem which meant he missed training on Thursday.

Jackson, meanwhile, has a knock and Bury coach Ben Futcher claims this weekend may come too soon for him.

After a strong start to the season the Shakers' form has wobbled some what of late and Kevin Blackwell's side are without a victory in their last four contests.

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