League Two: Gillingham vs Rotherham by Isaiah
Gillingham have an excellent head to head record against Rotherham, but they are in a bad situation facing militant problems in defense. They suffered a painful defeat on Saturday away to Port Vale with the score of 2-1, where they have been found leading at half time with 0-1, but accepted a lot of pressure the second half and eventually lost 2-1 conceding goals to the 81st and 90th minute. This was the fifth consecutive game that they were unable to get some point from their rivals and stayed six points away from the places that are leading to promotion play offs. At home they have a good record of 7-3-3, but against the three teams that recently hosted for the league and the FA Cup, they suffered only defeats by accepting a total of nine goals.
Rotherham coming from good performances in the previous three games. They managed to walk away with a draw from Burton, collecting seven points in last three matches, keeping close from the promotion play offs places. Away from home they have a record of 5-6-5 and have one of the best attacking lines of League Two with 29 goals away from home, but also has one of the worst away defenses of the league with 29 goals received too. They have a bad head to head record against Gillingham as they lost six times there and drew two, without any win. Evans has been missing from recent games and is still highly questionable to play.
Gillingham seeks to put an end to their negative streak, but with their defense not worthy of trust, while Rotherham has regained confidence after the recent positive results, but accepts goals with ease when playing away from home.
Bet: Both teams to score @1.61 with Bet365