James Dunne available for Dagenham
Dagenham will have James Dunne available for the visit of Sky Bet League Two leaders Plymouth after extending his loan deal.
The Portsmouth midfielder will now remain at the club until January 2 and is likely to keep his place in the Daggers side.
Veteran striker Jamie Cureton will be hoping to start having come off the bench to score the only goal as Wayne Burnett's side ended a long run without a win with a 1-0 victory at AFC Wimbledon last time out.
Justin Hoyte, Andre Boucaud and Jack Connors were all absent from the starting line-up for that game but could return against the high-flying Pilgrims.
Midfielder Carl McHugh will look to keep his place for Plymouth after returning from a hamstring injury to start the 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient.
Deane Smally is also closer to figuring after being named on the bench against Orient but faces more time in the reserves before he can complete his comeback from a cruciate ligament injury.
Manager Derek Adams has a lengthy injury list to contend with and has to do without the likes of Reuben Reid, Peter Hartley, Hiram Boateng and Luke McCormick.
Oscar Threlkeld is also a doubt after picking up a leg injury against Orient and will be assessed ahead of the game at Dagenham.