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Preview: Stags vs Daggers

31 August 2013


Our side will be hoping to record their first home win of the campaign this afternoon, as we entertain Dagenham & Redbridge at One Call Stadium.

Both teams are unbeaten in three matches, and are separated by just two places in the Sky Bet League Two table. 


TEAM NEWS:

Midfielders Anthony Howell and Keiron Murtagh could both feature in the match, having played a full 90 minutes in a behind-closed-doors friendly in midweek.

Our only definite absentee is goalkeeper Ian Deakin, who is still recovering from a shoulder injury.


RECENT FORM:

Both teams have accumulated five points from their first four matches in League Two this term.

Lindon Meikle’s equaliser earned us a hard-fought point in a thrilling draw with Portsmouth last Saturday, whilst The Daggers drew with Newport County on home soil.


PREVIOUS MEETINGS:

We have only met with Dagenham & Redbridge twice in our entire history, and both meetings occurred during the 2007/08 season. 

The Daggers were 1-0 winners in North Nottinghamshire thanks to a strike from Shake Huke, before they beat us 2-0 on the final day of the campaign.


TICKETS:

Stags’ supporters will be able to buy tickets at the One Call Stadium Matchday Ticket Office, which will be open between 10.00am and 2.30pm.

Matchday prices are as follows:

£20: Adults
£15: Senior Citizens & Students
£10: Under 16s
FREE: Supporters aged 6 and under

Please be aware that there are NO CASH TURNSTILES in operation at One Call Stadium, so supporters MUST purchase a valid match ticket.


AWAY SUPPORTERS:

NO TICKETS will be on sale to visiting supporters at One Call Stadium tomorrow.

Dagenham & Redbridge supporters, who aren’t already in possession of a valid match ticket, are advised not to travel to the match.

Visiting supporters will be seated in the North Stand and should enter One Call Stadium via turnstiles 9-12.

Supporters are also strongly recommended not to park in the Retail Park, which is adjacent to the North Stand, as you may be issued with a ticket.


COMMENTARY:

Supporters can listen to full-match commentary on Stags Player, which starts at 2.55pm.

To subscribe to Stags Player, click here.

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