The Iron head down south on the road in the Vanarama National League this Saturday with a trip to the Chigwell Construction Stadium, home of Dagenham & Redbridge.
Click here for ticket details ahead of Saturday, November 19th’s (3pm kick-off) clash against Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Daggers say tickets MUST be purchased in advance, with tickets going off sale three hours prior to kick-off. Away supporters will NOT be able to pay on the day.
Tony Daws (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).
Marcus Carver (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).
IRON TEAM NEWS
Interim first team manager Tony Daws confirmed that Saturday will be too early for defender Reagan Ogle (back), but stated: “Reagan is making good progress, but he’s not at the stage where he’s fit enough to join in with training. Fingers crossed that might be next week or the week after.”
Joe Nuttall misses out due to a one-match suspension after accumulating five yellow cards so far this season.
Aiden Marsh (foot fracture), Liam Feeney, Jordan Hallam & Kgosi Nthle (hamstrings) will continue to miss out through their respective injuries.
Dagenham & Redbridge currently sit 11th in the Vanarama National League, registering seven wins out of 18 matches so far.
The Daggers took home an impressive 3-0 victory away from Solihull Moors last Saturday, with midfielder Matt Robinson netting twice.
Midfielder Robinson is also known as Grime artist Kamakaze alongside his football career, of which he is in his seventh season of playing for Dagenham.
2009-10 saw them promoted to League One, their highest playing division to date, after edging a play-off final 3-2 against Rotherham United at Wembley Stadium.
A point separated the Daggers in the final relegation spot and Walsall who clinched survival in the following season, with straight relegation back to League Two confirmed.
Their Football League status came to an end in 2016 after joining in 2007, finishing 23rd and being subsequently relegated to the National League after picking up eight wins.
Their best-placed National League finish followed in the 2016-17 season, ending the campaign in fourth but losing in the play-off semi-final to eventual winners Forest Green Rovers.
For more information on our visitors, click here.
The referee will be Jacob Miles, assisted by Valentine Anekwe and Jack Fagg. The fourth official will be Nicholas Dunn.
There is parking in the area surrounding the ground, with the nearest Tube station being Dagenham East on the District Line of London's Underground Network.
Scunthorpe supporters will be situated in blocks 1-3 of the SD Samuels Stand.
The turnstiles will open at 1.30pm, with card and cash payment accepted for food and drink throughout the stadium.
Bar facilities are also available for away supporters prior to the game and at half time within the SD Samuels Stand, with Sky Sports shown too.
|2013-14 - Sat Jan 25||LG 2||Dagenham 3-3 Iron||Winnall, Burton, Hayes|
|2013-14 - Sat Aug 17||LG 2||Iron 1-1 Dagenham||Mirfin|
Our full record against Dagenham is as follows:
|IRON WINS||DRAWS||DAGENHAM WINS|