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Dagenham & Redbridge 2014/15 fixtures: Daggers start with Morecambe

PUBLISHED: 09:13 18 June 2014 | UPDATED: 09:16 18 June 2014

Rhys Murphy celebrates with skipper Abu Ogogo after scoring the Daggers opening goal of the 2013/14 season in a 3-1 loss to Fleetwood Town. Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

Rhys Murphy celebrates with skipper Abu Ogogo after scoring the Daggers opening goal of the 2013/14 season in a 3-1 loss to Fleetwood Town. Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

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Dagenham & Redbridge will kick-off the 2014-15 Sky Bet League Two campaign with a home match against Morecambe on August 9.

Wayne Burnett’s men will then travel to Burton Albion the following weekend, while the Christmas schedule throws up a Boxing Day clash against Stevenage at home.

Their first game of the New Year pits them away to Bury on January 3 and the Daggers final game of the season sees them face Exeter City away.

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE’S 2014/15 FIXTURES (home games in capitals)

AUGUST

9 MORECAMBE

11 or 12 BRENTFORD (Capital One Cup)

16 Burton Albion

19 Hartlepool United

23 MANSFIELD TOWN

30 Oxford United

SEPTEMBER

6 NORTHAMPTON TOWN

13 CAMBRIDGE UNITED

16 Portsmouth

20 Cheltenham Town

27 YORK CITY

OCTOBER

4 EXETER CITY

11 Accrington Stanley

18 NEWPORT COUNTY

21 Luton Town

25 Wycombe Wanderers

NOVEMBER

1 SHREWSBURY TOWN

15 AFC Wimbledon

22 CARLISLE UNITED

29 Bury

DECEMBER

13 TRANMERE ROVERS

20 Plymouth Argyle

26 STEVENAGE

28 Southend United

JANUARY

3 BURY

10 OXFORD UNITED

17 Northampton Town

24 Cambridge United

31 CHELTENHAM TOWN

FEBRUARY

7 York City

10 PORTSMOUTH

14 Morecambe

21 BURTON ALBION

28 Mansfield Town

MARCH

3 HARTLEPOOL UNITED

7 Tranmere Rovers

14 SOUTHEND UNITED

17 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE

21 Stevenage

28 WYCOMBE WANDERERS

APRIL

4 Shrewsbury Town

6 AFC WIMBLEDON

11 Carlisle United

14 LUTON TOWN

18 Newport County

25 ACCRINGTON STANLEY

MAY

2 Exeter City

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