Dagenham boss Wayne Burnett could shuffle his pack ahead of Notts County's visit
Dagenham manager Wayne Burnett has a number of decisions to make ahead of Tuesday's Sky Bet League Two clash with Notts County.
The Daggers fell to a 3-1 defeat at Barnet on Saturday and are without a league win since September 5, and they occupy a position in the relegation zone as a result.
Burnett hauled off Ashley Hemmings and Nicholas Hamalainen at half-time at the Hive as Zavon Hines and Jodi Jones were introduced.
Hines is yet to complete 90 minutes since a serious knee injury in February 2014 and will be pushing for a start, as well as Jones, who scored Dagenham's consolation goal at Barnet with a well-struck free-kick.
Notts County travel south after back-to-back home wins and manager Ricardo Moniz has players returning from injury.
Summer signing Rob Milsom is back in training after injuring a knee during pre-season while fellow midfielder Kyle De Silva (thigh) and defender Taylor McKenzie are also working their way back to full fitness.
It gives Moniz plenty of options but the Dutchman may be tempted to name an unchanged team on Tuesday night.
Jack Barmby made his debut from the bench in Saturday's win against York and the attacking midfielder, on loan from Leicester, is an option should Moniz wish to tweak things.