After a string of games against promotion rivals the Reds turn their attention to struggling Dagenham & Redbridge.
With the hosts bottom of the table, John Coleman takes his team south knowing they’ll be desperate to take three points.
Last season was one of mixed fortunes for the Daggers but 2015/16 has proven to be an even tougher campaign.
They’ve faced a season of struggle in League Two and find themselves propping up the Football League.
Manager Wayne Burnett left earlier in the season to be replaced by former boss John Still. His job is now to mastermind a great escape.
Still returned to the Daggers on January 1st for a third spell having taken charge in 1992 and 2004. That second spell lasted nine years and saw the club promoted from the Conference to League One.
Between 2013 and December 2014 he managed Luton Town back to the Football League as Conference champions, his third Conference title with three different sides.
He left Luton at the end of last year and was swiftly reappointed by his old club and tasked with guiding them to League Two safety.
He may be beyond his 40th birthday but striker Jamie Cureton is still a potent goal threat at League Two level.
A former England youth international with an eye for goal, his average is one goal in every three games in a 20-year career which has seen him play in all four top flight divisions in the English leagues.
Cureton, who lists 15 clubs on his CV, scored 20 goals in his first season with the Daggers in 2014/15 and has six so far this season.
Stanley are unbeaten in two games but have picked up just one win in their last six matches.
John Coleman’s team have three away wins in 2016 already though and will be keen to add another.
They remain fifth in League Two, four points behind the automatic places.
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The Daggers have lost their last two matches, 3-1 at Hartlepool and 4-0 at Oxford.
Prior to that they’d staged a revival, with a three game unbeaten run.
They sit bottom of League Two, two points behind York and nine from Stevenage who are 22nd.
The injury list continues to lengthen for the Reds, who are now without Adam Buxton who suffered a foot injury on Wednesday night.
Matt Crooks is also still out, with the midfielder expected to be a couple of weeks with an ankle problem.
Striker Terry Gornell and defenders Dean Winnard and Joe Wright remain unavailable through injury.
Josh Windass has been training at St George’s Park as he looks to get back to fitness following hernia surgery.
The Daggers have played at Victoria Road since forming in 1992. The current capacity of the ground is 6078, and the club’s record attendance is 5949 which was set against Ipswich Town in the FA Cup in 2002.