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A new date has been arranged for Daggers’ trip to Newport County.

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The League Two game last weekend at Rodney Parade was called off at after a 9am pitch inspection deemed the pitch unplayable after a deluge of rain.

Now the Daggers will make the trip to Wales hoping for better luck second time around on Wednesday, March 19, 7.45pm kick-off.

That will represent a tough period of fixtures for Wayne Burnett’s side having played at both Exeter City and Bristol Rovers the week before on March 8 and 11 respectively, before a home game against Morecambe on Saturday, Match 15.

After the game against the Exiles the Daggers will be on the road once again, making it a run of four away games out of five when they travel to Gigg Lane to face Bury.

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