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Determined Daggers can hurt struggling Chester

Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still
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National League
BT Sport 1, 12.30pm Saturday

Poor away results are undermining Dagenham and Redbridge's promotion push but they can triumph on a National League road trip for the second time this season by beating fourth-bottom Chester at the Deva Stadium.

The Daggers have banked 25 points from home matches this season - more than any team in the division - but have not won on their travels since a 2-1 success at Boreham Wood in August.

However, they moved up to fifth with a 1-0 success at home to promotion rivals Dover on Tuesday and are only five points behind leaders Wrexham.

Winning the title remains a realistic aim for John Still's side, who are the joint-top scorers in the division with 33 goals from 21 games.

Survival is the aim for Chester, who have posted just three league wins all season.

They dug out a 2-2 draw at injury-hit Leyton Orient on Tuesday but may find it tougher against a Daggers side determined to put some pressure on the promotion-chasing pack.

Recommendation
Dagenham and Redbridge
1pt 11-12 188bet

Team news
Chester
Ryan Astles (foot) is expected to miss out again and Paul Turnbull is available after a suspension.

Dag & Red
Bondz N'Gala has joined Leyton Orient on a one-month loan.

Key stat
Chester have not kept a clean sheet in their last eight matches.


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Winning the title remains a realistic aim for John Still's side, who are the joint-top scorers in the division with 33 goals from 21 games
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