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Match Preview: Dagenham and Redbridge (A)

5 October 2019

The Bees are back on the road this afternoon as they make the short trip to the Chigwell Construction Stadium to face Dagenham and Redbridge in Manarama National League Action. We've compiled all the information you need ahead of today's fixture.

Fixture: Dagenham and Redbridge vs Barnet

Time: 15:00

Date: Saturday 5th October 2019

Competition: Manarama National League

Venue: Chigwell Construction Stadium


Dagenham and Redbridge


League Position: 6th

Top Scorer: Angelo Balanta (5 goals)

The Daggers boast an impressive record in recent times having not lost a league game in 10 outings. With 23 points, they have replicated Barnet's league form, winning six games, drawing five and losing three.

Sitting in sixth place, one goal is all that separates the two sides this afternoon.



League Position: 5th

Top Scorer: Simeon Akinola (6 goals)

The Bees scored three-plus goals in a game for the first time this season as they ran out emphatic 4-0 winners over last season's FA Trophy winners, AFC Fylde.

Goals from Ricardo Santos, Simeon Akinola, Josh Walker and Mauro Vilhete ensured the Bees made the four-hour journey home with all three points.

David Tutonda made a return to first-team action last Tuesday as a second-half substitute and will again be in contention this afternoon.

One to watch: Joe Quigley

22-year-old forward who wears the number 15 for the Daggers. Joe's career began with Bournemouth where he would enjoy a number of loan spells away from the club.

Most Notably, Quigley represented the likes of Torquay United, Wrexham, Gillingham and Newport County.

He made his first permanent move to Maidstone United in 2018 before further spells with Bromley, Eastbourne Borough and Havant and Waterlooville.

Joe signed for the Daggers this season and has netted four goals so far this season.


Darren Currie: "I expect a different type of game this afternoon. Dagenham are on a brilliant run and that alone tell you it's going to be a tough game because they're hard to beat.

"I want us to get back to handling the ball, creating chances and taking control of the game."


You can follow all of the action via our official Twitter account, @BarnetFC, where we will be providing full 90-minute updates plus reaction from the team.

We will also be providing live iBarnet commentary with Sam Avery and Will Evans.


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Match Reports

Match Pack: Dagenham and Redbridge 1-1 Barnet

5 October 2019

The Bees took a well earned point as Josh Walker fired home to cancel out Angelo Balanta's opener for the Daggers at Victoria Road.


The opening 25 minutes saw a few half chances for both sides in an entertaning game in South London. The hosts had a goalbound strike cleared by the Bees, whilst up the other end Simeon Akinola headed straight at Elliot Justham after good work by Mauro Vilhete. 

The first big chance came on the 26th minute as James Dobson lifted the ball over Scott Loach but saw his effort bounce back off the bar and back into Loach's clutches. Just three minutes later the crossbar came to the Bees rescue again, as Balanta's stunning effort on the half volley bounced off the frame of the goal. 

Loach was called into action 12 minutes before the break as Bagasan Graham broke clear on goal but the Bees number one spread himself well to block with his legs. 

Eight minutes to go before the break Walker flicked on to put Mason-Clark through on goal but his effort went wide of the near post, where he possibly should have tested the Daggers 'keeper. 

The Bees were punished just before the break as Angelo Balanta fired a fizzing effort into the back of the net, it was no more than the hosts deserved after they piled on the pressure in the second part of the first-half.

However, Darren Currie's side responded immediately as Walker fired into the bottom corner to make it two goals in as many games. The goal arguably came against the run of play but was testament to the Bees never say die attitude. 

The opening stages of the second half were rather tame in comparison to the first, Currie introduced Wes Fonguck in place of Mason-Clark in the hope of some more creativity in the midfield.

The first opening fell to Joe Quigley but he fired well over from the edge of the area. Up the other end, J Taylor ghosted away at the back post but couldn't convert from Reynold's cross-field pass.

The game really didn't live up to a top end of the table clash in the second half, neither 'keeper being tested throughout a cagey affair at Victoria Road. 

With four minutes to play, Reece Grant burst through on goal but great backtracking by Santos made the attacker rush his shot and it went well wide of Loach's goal. 

Barnet: Loach, Alexander, Reynolds, Santos, J Taylor, Akinola (Pavey '66), H Taylor, Vilhete, Walker (Tutonda '81), Sweeney, Mason-Clark (Fonguck '60)

Unused subs: Matrevics, Elito.



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Darren Currie named an unchanged side from the victory at AFC Fylde, with the only change coming on the bench as Medy Elito returned from injury at the expense of Charlie Rowan. 


The Bees return to action on Tuesday night as they host Bromley at The Hive London in another massive game in the MANarama National League.


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