Coasters boss Dave Challinor will again be forced into changes this Saturday for the National League trip to Dagenham and Redbridge.

Captain Sam Finley serves the second game of a three-match ban and full-back Zaine Francis-Angol is away on international duty with Antigua & Barbuda.

Finley was replaced by on-loan midfielder Callum Chettle for the 3-3 draw against Hartlepool United at the weekend whilst fellow loanee Jordan Flores could fill in for Francis-Angol, who is set to face Jamaica and Bermuda this week.

Challinor was keeping his cards close to his chest but is confident whichever side he fields can pick up a vital three points in the capital after the Coasters slipped four points outside the play-offs.

Challinor added: “We will have to make changes again at the weekend. We have an idea on how we will line up and who will replace Zaine and Sam, but we will have a look over the week.

“There are opportunities and places up for grabs so I want people to show me that they want that shirt. That has to happen during the week to make my decision easier, or harder as it may be. 

“Regardless of who we pick, I’m confident we can go there and put in a winning performance to put us closer to where we want to be.”