Get the latest team news, manager comments, odds and ticket information as Gills prepare to welcome Fleetwood to Priestfield
GILLINGHAM V FLEETWOOD
Sky Bet League One
MEMS Priestfield Stadium
Tuesday September 29
Deji Oshilaja (knee) remains unavailable for the Gills, however he is the club’s only absentee.
As for Fleetwood, Nathan Pond, Brendan Moore and Vamara Sanogo will all be missing due to injury.
Justin Edinburgh – “It’s another difficult game for us, Fleetwood are a strong side and we are aware of the threats they will pose.
“I’m excited with it being my first game as Manager under the floodlights in a league fixture, it always helps generate a special atmosphere.”
Graham Alexander said: “We have to take the pain from Saturday’s game and channel it in the right way. We have to just go again.
“There’s no looking at what we might have to do, we just need to get ourselves prepared for a tough game on Tuesday.
“I want everyone to rally around. If I’m going to pick young players then they’re going to have to take responsibility as well.”
Gillingham have never beaten Fleetwood, however the clubs have only met four times in the past. Last season the Cod Army won both games 1-0, while during Gills championship winning season both matches were drawn 2-2.
Highlights of our most recent game can be accessed below.
Gillingham win – 11/10
Draw – 23/10
Fleetwood win – 5/2
Special Bet: John Egan to score first in a 2-1 Gillingham win – 105/1.
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Supporters can purchase tickets on the day of the game from the ticket office, or order in advance from our website and collect from the designated turnstiles.
Referee - Tim Robinson
Assistant Referee 1 - Carl Brook
Assistant Referee 2 - Adrian Sannerude
Fourth Official - Marc Wilson