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Match Preview: Dagenham and Redbridge (H)

30 April 2021

The Bees welcome Dagenham & Redbridge to The Hive London for what is set to be an exciting derby match, preview in association with LV Bet.

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Barnet FC vs Dagenham & Redbridge FC

Saturday 1st May 2021, 15:00 KO

The Hive London

Vanarama National League

THE DAGGERS

League Position: 14th (P35 W13 D7 L15)

Last Result: King’s Lynn Town 0-3 Dagenham & Redbridge (Saturday 24th April 2021)

Manager: Daryl McMahon

Club Captain: Kenny Clark

Our visitors come into the game in red hot form, after winning their last three on the bounce. But despite this, the main problem for the Daggers has been consistency, emphasised by the three games prior all ending in defeat. Nevertheless, it has been a season of growth at the Chigwell Construction Stadium, with Daryl McMahon overseeing what will only be his first full season in charge, as the Daggers look certain to better their finish in the league from last season.

Angelo Balanta will be one man to look out for on Saturday from the visitors. The Columbian attacking midfielder is the Daggers current top goalscorer this season with three of his nine goals in fact coming in the last three games.

A few former Bees may well be taking to the Hive pitch as well on Saturday with a number currently playing for the Daggers including Elliot Johnson, Paul McCallum and Callum Reynolds.

THE BEES

Simon Bassey’s unbeaten start since coming in as First Team Coach came to an end on Tuesday night, but only after a narrow defeat away to high flyers Sutton United. The game was a difficult one for the Bees, but they threw every effort into trying to get a result, just falling short. However, the match itself became most difficult as the first half came to a close, when Aymen Azaze was stretched off with fractures to the side of his face and cheekbone, being replaced by 16-year-old scholar James Callan for his debut.

Prior to Tuesday, Bassey had two wins and two draws to his name and the players will not let this loss affect them too much, as they continue to build momentum after a difficult season, with some real top class individual performances in recent weeks. One of those players has been Ephron Mason-Clark who since Bassey came in, has scored twice and been a real threat in the Bees attack and will be hoping to add to his goal tally in the final eight games of the season.

LAST TIME WE MET:

The Bees got their first win of this season at Victoria Road, coming from behind, to secure a 2-1 win over the Daggers, thanks to goals from JJ Hooper and Eliot Richards.

WHERE TO FOLLOW THE ACTION:

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Please note there will be no updates via social media this weekend, the Club are joining forces with the rest of English Football and will be part-taking in a social media blackout. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

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Match Reports

Match Pack: Barnet 0-2 Dagenham & Redbridge

1 May 2021

The Bees were beaten 2-0 in quite a one sided affair, against local rivals Dagenham & Redbridge.

HOW IT HAPPENED

The game got off to a lively start, as to be expected of a local derby, with a couple of early challenges flying in from both sides.

It was the Daggers though who enjoyed the majority of the ball in the opening exchanges, having a number of set pieces, which the Bees did well to deal with.

Though the visitors were controlling the bulk of possession, the Bees still posed a threat including when Courtney Baker Richardson made a lung bursting run to win his side a corner, which only just got dealt with.

Former Bees striker Paul McCallum nearly punished his old team mates minutes later, when he was played through on goal, only to be denied by a vital save from new loan signing Adam Parkes in the Bees goal.

The Daggers continued to assert themselves in the game as it entered the last 15 minutes of the first half and were throwing everything to create that vital chance and in the 37th minute were rewarded for their patience. The Daggers had a corner which was missed by everyone, but McCallum was there to poke the loose ball in at the far post giving his side the lead.

Even with half time looming, Dagenham continued to create problems for the Bees, especially from the left hand side where Mauro Vilhete and Angelo Balanta were linking up well, but the Bees managed to see out the half at just 1-0.

The second half started just like the first, with the Daggers posing a threat to the Bees goal, very nearly making it 2-0 early on, when Will Wright fizzed in a corner which just needed any touch to be put into the Bees goal, but missed everyone.

But it didn't take long for the visitors from East London to double their lead, with Matt Robinson curling an effort into the top corner with a superb finish in the 56th minute.

Set pieces were becoming the Daggers key component in the game, winning a number of them in the first 15 minutes of the second half and were unlucky to not get more from them, including Wright who had a long range free kick palmed away by Parkes.

The Bees didn't show much in the way of an attacking intent in the second half, until a double change from Simon Bassey saw Antonis Vasiliou and Tomi Adeloye come onto the field which did inspire them to get higher up the pitch, but still didn't follow with any real chances, as Elliot Justham had a relativity quiet afternoon in the Daggers goal.

Dagenham remained resolute across the pitch with a commanding display, up until the final whistle, meaning the bragging rights were theirs.

Barnet Team: Parkes, Preston, McQueen, Petrasso (Adeloye 73'), Kefalas, H.Taylor, Richards-Everton, Baker-Richardson, Beard (Nugent 35'), Mason-Clark (Vasiliou 73'), Vaughan

Subs not used: Callan and McBurnie

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