We look back at some of our most recent games against Shrewsbury

The Gills travel to Shrewsbury Town this weekend hoping to record their third successive victory at Greenhous Meadow, and below we have highlighted some of our best moments from previous games.

September 11 2010 – Gillingham 2-0 Shrewsbury

With both sides at the time looking to gain promotion to Sky Bet League One, victory at this stage of the season against a potential rival would go some way to defining your season.

On the day it was the Gills who proved victorious with Chris Palmer bagging a brace – one of which from open play with a cool finish, and the other via the penalty spot.

Bayo Akinfenwa had already stepped up and missed, handing the responsibility to Palmer next time around who made no mistake when he got his chance to give Andy Hessenthaler’s team all three points.

You can see highlights of this game on gfcofficial by clicking here

May 23 2009 – Gillingham 1-0 Shrewsbury

Mark Stimson’s side took to the Wembley turf in search of play-off final glory with a position in League One up for grabs.

In a game of few chances it wasn’t until the 90th minute when the deadlock was broken, and Simeon Jackson popped up in the right place at the right time to propel Gills back to the third tier, having been relegated the season before.

You can watch extended highlights of that game by clicking here.

March 14 2009 – Gillingham 2-2 Shrewsbury

Prior to that memorable day at Wembley the Gills were in search of vital points to consolidate a position in the top seven, and the squad may have considered it two points dropped with Grant Holt scoring twice in the last 11 minutes to nick a draw.

Curtis Weston and Nicky Southall had put the hosts two up, but Shrewsbury fought back to deny Gills victory.

You can read our official match preview for our game at Greenhous Meadow by clicking here.