Preview - Dagenham & Redbridge (h)

Dagenham are one of those clubs you just feel will always give you a game regardless of recent form.


The Daggers visit Meadow Lane on the back of a commendable draw away at Wrexham at the weekend where they came back from 2 goals down to secure the point and did Notts a favour in the process.


Both clubs have already faced each other this season, sharing the spoils in a goalless draw at Victoria Road.


Hopefully the weather will hold off enough to avoid yet another postponement.


First a look at the recent form radar and the one redeeming feature for Dagenham is their away form, other than that there's not much else for them to shout about other than being one of only 4 teams to beat leaders Torquay so far this season.

Goals by time segment for Dagenham and it seems they don't like the last 15 minutes of the first half!

By contrast Notts' goal segment is unchanged from the Bromley preview having not conceded a goal in the league for 351 minutes but still have a way to go before they start threatening the top of the attack table.


Dagenham are averaging just 0.95 goals per game and average 11.47 goal attempts per 90 minutes meaning they need on average 12.07 attempts per goal.


Notts are averaging 1.29 goals per game and average 11.88 goal attempts per 90 minutes meaning they average a goal every 9.21 attempts.


Dagenham are shipping 1.31 goals per game on average from compared to Notts who are conceding just 0.76 goals per game.


Notts are top of the possession charts averaging 53% per 90 minutes whilst Dagenham actually maintain a healthy possession of 59.64% per game.


Lead status for both clubs and Notts spend more time leading and less time losing than Dagenham.


Depending on results elsewhere there is an outsie chance that a win could see Notts up to 4th in the league on goal difference, defeat could see a drop to 10th.


As it stands Notts sit 4th in the PPG league with 1.760 points. A win for Notts could see them go up to 2nd on PPG if Sutton fail to beat Woking.


Notts are big favourites with the bookies at 7/10 for the win with Bet365 whereas you can get 19/4 for a Dagenham win and 23/10 for the draw.


Based on these odds Notts would expect to have a 59% chance of winning, Dagenham just 19% chance of the win.


Everything points to a home win and despite not pulling up any trees this season Dagenham have already held Notts to a goalless draw as well as upset the likes of Torquay on their travels.


Finally, congratulations to Neal Ardley on securing his manager of the month award for February, let's hope it hasn't put the kaibosh on things!


COYP!

Richard


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