We bring you the team news, manager comments, ticket information and odds as Gills prepare to welcome Oldham to Kent
GILLINGHAM V OLDHAM
Sky Bet League One
MEMS Priestfield Stadium
Saturday October 3
Deji Oshilaja (knee) has been in training but it remains to be seen if he is fit enough to take part. Harry Lennon however is eligible having signed on loan from Charlton Athletic.
As for Oldham they may hand debuts to Burnley duo Daniel Lafferty and Cameron Dummigan who signed on loan at Boundary Park Friday morning.
Michael Higdon may also feature; he has joined on loan from Sheffield United and scored against the Gills last season at Bramall Lane.
Jonathan Forte and Jake Cassidy are both injured and are definitely out.
Justin Edinburgh – “We have been excellent so far and have to continue that. We have another tough game coming up, against an Oldham side who don’t lose many.”
David Dunn - "With their 100% record, we can hopefully create a few problems for them and get the result we all want. We have got to look after ourselves and one thing we will be looking to do is go down there and put a performance in and hopefully pick the points up.”
The two clubs last met at MEMS Priestfield Stadium in February when an early double from John Marquis, and a late goal from Bradley Dack, sealed a 3-2 win for the Gills.
In total the teams have met on 43 occasions – Oldham edge the head to head stats with 21 wins to 17. The other five games have been a draw.
Gillingham win – 19/20
Draw - 23/10
Oldham win – 3/1
Special Bet: Rory Donnelly to score first in a 3/1 Gillingham win – 60/1
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Supporters can purchase on the day of the game from the ticket office on Redfern Avenue, or buy online by clicking the box below and collecting from the turnstiles.
The Wall will bring you live match updates, while Gills PlayerHD provides exclusive radio commentary.
Referee - James Adcock
Assistant Referee 1 - Graham Kane
Assistant Referee 2 - Adrian Waters
Fourth Official - Paul Johnson