The Easter schedule is enshrined into lower-league footballing folklore as a hectic period during which teams contest a fixture either side of the traditional weekend.
Effectively two Saturday afternoons inside just half a week, it presents a crucial opportunity to generate momentum as the season hurdles towards it's pulsating crescendo.
Dagenham & Redbridge are one such outfit looking to make full use of this Bank Holiday, desperately seeking maximum points which would be absolutely vital towards their quest of making the play-offs.
Barnet venture across the London Underground off the back of winning the aforementioned Middlesex Challenge Cup against Brentford B a few days prior, as Ryan De Havilland struck an equaliser in normal time before then converting the decisive penalty in the ensuing shootout.
Dagenham players celebrate their second goal in August's reverse fixture. (Image: Dagenham & Redbridge FC)
It'll be a long time before the same can be said for either George Saunders and Ángelo Balanta, both ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Joe Widdowson is Barnet's notable long-term absentee and has been for some time. Midfielder Sam Woods should be the only other player categorically sidelined for this trip, although Ephron Mason-Clark did sustain a knock on Tuesday so might not be risked.
Ones to Watch
Barnet supporters will have extensive first-hand knowledge of the ability within their upcoming opponents' ranks, given that no fewer than five players moved directly from the Hive to Victoria Road.
The matter two struck in the reverse fixture and Barnet will be determined to avoid a recurrence of their scenario. However, the hosts' danger extends beyond merely ex-Bees, with Junior Morias in particular also exhibiting excellent form at the minute.
Moving over to the other camp, Barnet can certainly pack a punch too. Their top scorer is Adam Marriott, a typical centre forward boasting a respectable eleven goals so far.
Reece Grego-Cox has also provided another dimension since joining on loan from Crawley Town. Capable of playing anywhere along the frontline, he's registered just under a goal every two games.
There are few opponents Dagenham have faced on a more regular basis than Barnet, and vice versa, due to both having competed at the same level for the vast majority of the last fifteen years.
The meetings proved quite evenly-matched throughout the Football League days, invariably resulting in a home win minus only a few occasions. Infact, Barnet's victory at the relegation-bound Daggers in 2016 was the sole away triumph up until that point.
They also sank unceremoniously into non-league before too long and thus commenced another phase of the rivalry which continues to this very day.
Barnet had the edge until 2021, when the Daggers won twice at the Hive in the space of four months, most recently back in August as Walker and McCallum struck to keep them at the division's summit.
How to follow the action
For those not inside Victoria Road who nonetheless want to keep updated, the best option is Dagenham's dedicated Mixlr coverage featuring live commentary from around 2.45pm. There will also be live Twitter updates from both teams' accounts.