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Preview | Dagenham & Redbridge (A)

24 November 2023

Dagenham & Redbridge vs Rochdale AFC | Vanarama National League, Saturday 25th November, Chigwell Construction Stadium, 3pm Kick-Off

It's the first of consecutive trips to London for Dale this weekend, as we travel to Dagenham & Redbridge.

Read all of the pre-match build-up ahead of our Vanarama National League game.


Dale fans can pay on the day at Dagenham, but there is a price rise compared to advance prices, which are available until midnight tonight.

Click HERE for full ticket details.


Louie Moulden spoke to the Club's website ahead of the trip to Dagenham, following his penalty save and clean sheet in the win against Altrincham in midweek.

Click HERE to watch his pre-match interview in full.


Saturday will be our first meeting with Dagenham since 2014.

They have plyed their trade in the National League since 2016 and finished in 10th spot last season.

This campaign, they are in 13th, having won seven and drawn four of their 21 matches so far, including a 1-0 win at Kidderminster Harriers last time out.

Manager Ben Strevens says Dale are playing some really good football and are "up there with the best in the league" ahead of Saturday. Watch his pre-match interview HERE.


Details on visiting Dagenham's stadium can be found HERE.


We have faced each other 12 times. Both clubs have won five, with two draws.



Aaron Jackson will be the referee for Saturday’s game. He also took charge of our game at home to Bromley earlier this season.

Mark Chalkley and David Hutton are assistant referees, with Christopher Poole as fourth official.


Those fans based in the UK & Ireland can listen to live match commentary, whilst overseas supporters can watch live via the National League TV platform. Click HERE for full details.

There will also be live updates via the club’s official twitter account.

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Report | Dagenham & Redbridge 1-2 Dale

25 November 2023

Dale picked up a third consecutive win with a 2-1 win at Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.

A wonder strike from Cian Hayes and a classic Ian Henderson chip earned Dale a third win in seven days, despite a late goal from the hosts.

Jimmy McNulty named one change to the starting eleven from Tuesday night’s win, as Ian Henderson came in for Kairo Mitchell, who missed out through injury. Tyrese Sinclair returned to the matchday squad after five weeks out injured.

Early on, despite seeing a lot of the ball, Dale struggled to create a clear-cut opening and it was the hosts who had the better of the chances. Inih Effiong had two efforts, one from distance and a close-range header, that didn’t trouble Louie Moulden, before the Dale stopper had to stick out a leg to deny a one-on-one effort after the Dagenham striker latched on to a ball over the top.

Midway through the half, Dale’s began to turn their control of possession into chances at goal, with Ryan East having a shot blocked after a well-constructed move.

On the half hour mark, Dale took the lead, in sublime style. Adam Clayton sprayed a ball out to Hayes on the right touchline, who cut inside on to his left and fired a dipping effort into the top corner, off the underside of the bar, from 25-yards.

The on-loan Fleetwood Town man tried a similar effort minutes later, but this time his shot flew wide of the far post.

Josh Hare swept an effort wide of Moulden’s goal from close range for the hosts, before Dale had chances to double the lead before the break.

Henderson got something on Jesurun Uchegbulam’s cross, looping the ball into the arms of the goalkeeper, before Hayes had a shot blocked on the edge of the area after cutting inside on his left foot again.

Uchegbulam then did well to keep a ball in play on the left touchline before driving into the area, but he fired a shot off target.

After the interval, Effiong headed wide for the hosts, before Dale doubled the lead eight minutes after the restart.

He put a Dagenham defender under pressure on the halfway line, forcing him into a mistake as he tried to play the ball back to his goalkeeper. Dale’s all-time leading goal scorer drove forward and with the goalkeeper advancing, he lifted it over him and into the net.

McNulty’s men continued to control the possession after the goal, with Gilmour seeing a free-kick blocked by the wall and Hayes having a near post shot saved by Elliot Justham.

However, the hosts pulled a goal back after the game entered the final ten minutes. George Nevett’s attempted clearance hit Frank Vincent and fortuitously fell for him to slot home from close-range.

Dale almost restored the two goal lead less than two minutes later, when Hayes saw a shot from the edge of the area tipped over the bar.

Myles Weston had a shot well held by Moulden in the final minute, but despite the hosts attempting to build up a head of steam to snatch an equaliser, Dale defended calmly and never really looked in danger of giving up the lead, to make it three wins in succession and move up to eighth in the table.

Dale XI | Moulden, Keohane, Ebanks-Landell, Nevett, John, Clayton, Gilmour, East (86’ Taylor), Hayes, Uchegbulam (67’ Rodney), Henderson.

Unused subs | B Kelly, Sinclair, Oduroh.

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