Craig Hignett has admitted there are some decisions to make
ahead of Saturday's game at Dagenham & Redbridge with several players knocking
The Pools boss watched on at The Vic on Tuesday as a hungry
line-up knocked four goals past Carlisle United in a behind-closed-doorsfriendly in which a number of players shone.
Nicke Kabamba confirmed his return to full fitness following
an ankle problem by firing a hat-trick in the win, while Gavan Holohan alsoscored and Josh Hawkes claimed three assists against The Cumbrians.
Niko Muir got twenty minutes under his belt as he continued
his recovery from a hamstring injury but Myles Anderson remains sidelined withthe effects of a head injury suffered at Chorley.
Luke Molyneux is out of action until around the beginning of
December after undergoing ankle surgery but it's hoped that Luke Williams willbe back much quicker than that following his knee operation.
Daggers boss Peter Taylor will have to consider whether any
changes to his side are necessary after seeing them win 1-0 at MaidenheadUnited last time out.
Taylor's men are unbeaten in six going in to Saturday's
meeting with Pools so Taylor is unlikely to make massive alterations but hewill check on the fitness of influential midfielder Mitch Brundle.