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Game 32 - Daggers (A)

Team: Dagenham & Redbridge

Date: 25/01/2020

Where: The Chigwell Construction Stadium



What line-up should Neal Ardley opt for? What will be the key areas for the Magpies to get a victory? What do you think the final score will be?

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No, I think it will be a good chance for Notts.

We've already played them in the cup, so if Neal Ardley learns from that and throws a few surprises I think the game should be better. I think the midfield is always the key, now with the signing of Callum Roberts, it means we can have natural wide players which in turn should give a level of freedom to whoever is in the middle - i.e Michael Doyle and Mitch Rose.

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I feel a loss, and a draw would be a setback although not a major one.

A win would give a sigh of relief as I feel the playoffs is somewhere this squad needs to be aiming for, the addition signing should give the team a boost. I am hoping Roberts has been working with the forwards, so that they can get a feel for what he provides.

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I feel a win is important, being inside the playoffs gives the players something to protect and fight for. Being on the outside and suffering setbacks can be frustrating, I feel that leads to teams struggle. I mean where there's quality, it can be useful but I do feel this is a tough division.

The cup game won't mean much, but it should give us an insight as we won that encounter.

I can see them adjusting and making changes, which could make it harder. I'm going to say a 2-1 win, Dennis and Roberts to score.

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2 hours ago, Joshua said:

@BromPie I think a loss would put pressure on the Chesterfield game, Notts never seems to do well in those type of matches but a win here first could help.

That's just Notts.

I think the Chesterfield game should go quite well, yes it's on TV but this years team seems different.

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The better results have tended to come away from home, Notts have been lucky at times at Meadow Lane.

Ardley needs to send them out instructed to create chances, the game plan has to be to take the lead quality. If the players defend well, play it calmly and build well I can see a good result coming. 

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so far, it sounds like a nothing in it type of game.

kristian dennis sounds like hes doing well, a couple of chances for him but the daggers have had their own. rawlinson could have let us down, but we just need to work harder on creating good chances. fitzsimons has just made a good save.

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Half Time: 0-0

Kristian Dennis with a few chances, along with Cal Roberts.

Dagenham have had a few chances, nothing really close but one effort could have punished us - had their player made a proper connection. Ross can laugh as much as he likes, had it gone in - I'm sure nobody would be.

Better second half needed from Notts.

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2-0 Dagenham & Redbridge take all 3 points.

It's a setback which has raised a few concerns, but nothing major. If Notts react well to this, playoffs can still be achieved. I think realistically, it's difficult to expect players to come into games when they haven't had much game time for awhile.

Zoumana Bakayogo sounded like he struggled quite a lot, constant comments from Charlie Slater and, Mark Stallard about his poor contributions.

Michael Doyle is the hard hitting midfielder that some fans have wanted for awhile, I think he's earned some form of redemption and his red card shouldn't be something that is easily thrown at him. Bakayogo should have been smarter, as Doyle had two options, allow them throw or take the hit. No matter what he did, most likely it would have resulted in a red card.

Some people bang on about escape goats, Enzio Boldewijn makes it hard to see how the club can win with him starting.

Sam Osborne and Cal Roberts could inject the energy and speed required to respond well, both have a good level of pace and sound much more direct.

Perhaps Kristian Dennis faded after some time - it might have been better to start Wes Thomas.

It's not a disaster, it could be if we allow it but I think we just need to get on with it. Keep the faith! COYP!!

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