We bring you the team news, manager comments and latest odds as Gills prepare to visit Home ParkPLYMOUTH ARGYLE V GILLINGHAM
Capital One Cup First Round
Tuesday August 11
Doug Loft (calf) and Cody McDonald (knee) remain big doubts for the game with Saturday’s fixture at Port Vale a more realistic comeback date.
Aaron Morris should be fine to play if required having picked up a knock on Saturday, however he may be rested as a precaution.
As for Argyle striker Deane Smalley continues to sit out with a long term knee injury.
Justin Edinburgh - “It was a fantastic performance and a great result [against Sheffield United]. It is a foundation and a platform for us to go and build on.
"My job is to regroup, get the heads back and focused ready for Tuesday night.”
Derek Adams - "I'm looking forward to it. You look forward to every game, especially home matches.
"We've got a League 1 club coming to Home Park and it will be a very good occasion. It's a competition we want to do well in."
Previous Meetings –
The two clubs last met on March 9 2013 when goals from Antonio German and Chris Whelpdale helped guide Martin Allen’s Gills side to all three points at Priestfield.
Prior to that game, our previous five results were:
Plymouth Argyle 2-2 Gillingham: November 10, 2012
Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Gillingham: March 3, 2012
Gillingham 3-0 Plymouth Argyle: August 20, 2011
Gillingham 2-1 Plymouth Argyle: August 11, 2009
Gillingham 1-0 Plymouth Argyle: January 15, 2005
In total the clubs have played each other 74 times, Plymouth winning 31 compared to Gillingham’s 27 victories. The other 16 have been draws.
Plymouth win: 11/8
Gillingham win: 19/10
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Referee - Kevin Johnson
Assistant Referee 1 - Ronald Ganfield
Assistant Referee 2 - Adrian Tranter
Fourth Official - Michael Mullarkey