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Daggers to set off for Spain trip in pre-season

PUBLISHED: 14:55 27 May 2014

Leyton Orient's Romain Vincelot battles for the ball with Rotherham United's Kieran Agard. The former Dagger could return to Victoria Road  when the two sides meet for a pre-season friendly on July 29 (pic: Nigel French/EMPICS)

Leyton Orient's Romain Vincelot battles for the ball with Rotherham United's Kieran Agard. The former Dagger could return to Victoria Road when the two sides meet for a pre-season friendly on July 29 (pic: Nigel French/EMPICS)

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Dagenham & Redbridge have announced their pre-season fixtues ahead of the 2014-15 League Two campaign.

The Daggers will once again play a host of non-league sides, including Conference South sides Bromley, Ebbsfleet United and Wealdstone, as well as a trip to Maidstone United’s 3G surface at the Gallagher Stadium.

But they will be tested at Victoria Road by League One play-off finalists Leyton Orient and Colchester United.

Orient will make the short journey on July 29 as they look to bounce back from their play-off final heartache of Sunday, and could include former Daggers Matthieu Baudry and Romain Vincelot in their side on the day.

That follows on the heels of the U’s visit - who lost out 4-1 last time out to the Daggers at Victoria Road in the first round of Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

Asides from that though, the team will try something new with a pre-season training camp in Spain, which will take place in-between the Maidstone (July 8) and Wealdstone (July 15) fixtures.

The full list is as follows:

July 5 (a) v Bromley (3pm)

July 8 (a) v Maidstone United (7:45pm)

July 15 (a) v Wealdstone (7.45pm)

July 19 (a) v Ebbsfleet (3pm)

July 26 (h) v Colchester United (3pm)

July 29 (h) v Leyton Orient (7.45pm)

July 30 (a) v Billericay Town (7.45pm) *

August 5 (a) v Witham Town (7.45pm) *

*Daggers XI

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