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Dagenham & Redbridge defender Nunn says team must prepare the same way

PUBLISHED: 10:00 01 March 2018

Ben Nunn Dagenham & Redbridge sends in a cross against Chester (pic David Simpson/TGS Photo)

Ben Nunn Dagenham & Redbridge sends in a cross against Chester (pic David Simpson/TGS Photo)

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Dagenham & Redbridge defender Ben Nunn says they must prepare the same way for every match ahead of their trip to Guiseley this weekend.

Daggers are expected to make the trip north to Nethermoor Park on Saturday (3pm) as they look to make it back-to-back wins.

The trip could be in doubt though due to the snowy conditions across the country but John Still’s men will be keen to get the game underway and continue their recent form.

“Every game is exactly the same, whether we’re playing top of the league or bottom,” Nunn said.

“The top teams are fighting to stay top, the bottom is fighting to get out of relegation so we prepare and do everything as if we were playing top of the league.”

The right-back wants the team to keep digging deep despite the crisis off the pitch and play exactly how they have in their last four fixtures.

“Chester are down the bottom and it’s a hard game, you have to really dig and we did in the last five minutes,” he said.

“Even if you look at Dover, you can say it was a great goal or freak goal, if you take that out, we had chances that we should have won.

“Torquay we were brilliant, Aldershot I don’t think we deserved to lose that game, we had chances we could’ve won. “Michael Cheek’s goal was onside, if that goes in it changes the game completely.”

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