The Daggers drew their last game of the regular season 1-1 against Woking, ahead of Thursdays promotion semi-final clash against Forest Green Rovers
The visitors took the lead early on in the first-half through a Max Kretzschmar’s free-kick. The Daggers then equalised through Scott Heard in the last minutes of the game.
John Still opted to make nine changes to his side on the last league game of the season, Luke Howell and Mark Cousins
were the only players to remain from last week’s victory away at Wrexham.
It was the visitors who took the lead in the 12th minute through Max Kretzschmar’s free-kick, which deflected into the bottom right hand corner of the goal.
The best chance for the Daggers, in the first half, came in the 35th minute as Luke Howell shot just wide from 25 yards out.
Sixty three minutes into the game saw Still make a triple change to his side as Paul Benson, Scott heard and Shaun Donnellan replaced Luke Guttridge, Jake Howells and Fejiri Okenabirhie.
Daggers stopper Cousins produced a brilliant save in the 69th minute to deny Terell Thomas’ header from going in.
Five minutes later saw Cousins get down well to divert a Kretzschmar shot out for a corner.
Scott Heard scored his first goal for the Daggers, with seven minutes left till the final whistle, as his shot bounced over Michael Poke in the Woking goal.
The Daggers will look to their next game against Forest Green on Thursday in the Vanarama National League play-off semi-finals.
Daggers XI: Cousins, Robinson, Howell, Raymond, Romain, Guttridge (63’ Benson), Okenabirhie (63’ Donnellan), Pennell, Ling, Howells (63’ Heard), Staunton
Unused subs: Justham, Bloomfield
Woking XI: Poke, Caprice (90’ Lewis), Thomas, Jones, Saah, Murtagh, Ugwu (87’ Lucas), Ralph, Kretzschmar (76’ Saraiva), Sam-Yorke, Ferdinand
Unused subs: Hall, Hall,
Attendance: 1860 (491 Woking fans)