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STEVENAGE V GILLINGHAM FC: MATCH PREVIEW

6 November 2015

We bring you the team news, manager comments, latest odds and ticket information as Gills prepare to travel to Stevenage

STEVENAGE V GILLINGHAM
FA Cup First Round
Broadhall Way
Saturday November 7
Kick-Off, 3pm

Team News:

Bradley Dack (suspension) misses the game after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season against Walsall. 

Josh Wright also remains unavailable, completing his three match ban after being sent off against Scunthorpe.

Harry Lennon and Jordan Houghton will require permission from their parent clubs if they are to feature. 

As for Stevenage they have recently extended the loan of striker Armand Gnanduillet and he will be eligible to play if selected.

Jamie McCombe and Michael Tonge miss the game due to suspension. 

Management Comments:



Teddy Sheringham – “This is a game which we know we’ve got to be up for. We need to be attacking the game and we need to be at our best to get anything out of it.” 

Justin Edinburgh – “What I expect is a response from the group, it’s a competition that started back in August and it’s special for players and fans.

“We will respect the opposition and they will be dangerous because they, like us, would have been hurting from the weekend. We will go there looking to put on a performance which will help us get through to the next round.”

Previous Meetings:

The clubs last met last in the JPT last season when a Luke Norris penalty gave the Gills a 1-0 win at the Lamex Stadium.

In total the teams have only met five times – the Gills have won three games, Stevenage have won once with the other fixture ending in a draw.

Betting:

Stevenage Win -3/1
Draw – 13/5
Gillingham Win – 17/20

Special Bet: Brennan Dickenson to score first in a 3-1 Gillingham win - 65/1. 

For more odds, and to place your bet, visit www.skybet.com/gillingham

Tickets:

Supporters can purchase on the day of the game (assuming allocation has not been sold out), however remaining tickets will be brought to the stadium on the official supporters coach.

They will then be distributed to the turnstiles, there will be no increase in price.

Book your seats in person, over the phone or online by clicking the box below.



Officials:

Referee - Trevor Kettle
Assistant Referee 1 - Oleksandr Saliy
Assistant Referee 2 - Andrew Newbold
Fourth Official - Matt Foley


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