Gillingham vs Fleetwood by Hassy
However, that being said the club have recorded back to back defeats, albeit away from home so Gillingham boss Justin Edinburgh is ready to make wholesale changes to arrest the teams current slump in form. Bradley Garmston, Aaron Morris, Rory Donnelly and Jordan Houghton could be restored to the starting line-up for the League One clash. Edinburgh could also hand Jermaine McGlashan a start if he alters the formation to add an extra man and more width to his midfield.
Fleetwood Town manager Manager Graham Alexander and striker David Ball have both targeted improvement following the two one defeat to Port Vale at the weekend. The side are struggling with a long injury list and they find themselves in the midst of some terrible form. Away from home they have lost 3/4 games and have yet to keep a clean sheet on their travels. Fleetwood manager Graham Alexander is hoping to have some of his players recover from knocks to feature in the squad.
Defender Conor McLaughlin made his comeback at the weekend but Alexander is still waiting for Danny Andrew to return. He is still, however, without Nathan Pond, Brendan Moore and Vamara Sanogo.
Despite losing their previous two games and dropping from top to third place in the league table, Gillingham's home for definitely holds up to scrutiny. They have won all four games, conceding only a single goal in these games and have banged in no less than nine goals. Justin Edinburgh is a highly rated manager and I cant see his side going three games without a win so I will confidently back the home side to bounce back to winning ways against an out of sorts Fleetwood side who have lost 3/4 of their games on their travels so far this season.
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