Dagenham & Redbridge Vs Gillingham Match Review

Dagenham & Redbridge Vs Gillingham Match Review

November 25, 2022 Sports Betting

Dagenham & Redbridge Vs Gillingham Match Review

On Saturday, Dagenham & Redbridge will host Gillingham in the FA Cup second round.In order to get to this round, Dag & Red defeated Maidenhead United, and the Gills defeated Fylde following a rematch.

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Dagenham & Redbridge Vs Gillingham Tips and Prediction

The FA Cup match this weekend against Gillingham will be crucial for Dag & Red since they haven’t advanced past the third round since their last season in the Football League, when they were relegated from League Two after being second to last.

Daryl McMahon, the manager, will be eager to start a cup run, especially given the financial benefits it can bring to the club. While their primary goal this season will be sneaking into a National League play-off position, especially after three straight wins have put them only one point outside of them, Daryl McMahon will be keen to start a cup run.

Dag & Red were indeed on the verge of bankruptcy just five years ago due to a financial crisis, but they have now stabilized and managed to maintain their National League status.

McMahon will be hoping that this is the season the Daggers can advance, with testing themselves against a League Two opponent at Victoria Road on Saturday potentially a key development step after enjoying a nine-year stay in the Football League between 2007 and 2016—even making it to League One in 2010—and McMahon will be hoping that this is the season the Daggers can move forward.

While all is going on, Gillingam, who have had a challenging start to life in League Two under Neil Harris, are hoping to prevent a second consecutive relegation. After taking over as manager in January of this year, the 45-year-old was unable to prevent the Gills from slipping into the Football League’s lower division; after 19 games, they are currently sitting second to last in League Two.

They did, however, manage to snap a four-match losing streak by earning a point at Crawley Town on Tuesday, which should give them more confidence going into Saturday’s brief trip to Dagenham.


There may not be much separating these two teams on the day given their divergent recent performances despite playing in the same division.As a result, we might be expecting to see a draw here.