Steve Evans' side go in search of all three points as AFC Wimbledon prepare to visit ME7.
Gillingham v AFC Wimbledon
Sky Bet League One
MEMS Priestfield Stadium
Tuesday November 24
Tom O’Connor (hamstring) will remain out of the matchday squad after picking up a knock on international duty. Steve Evans confirmed he is likely to miss another couple of games because of it.
Apart from that the Gills have no fresh injury concerns. Jacob Mellis and Stuart O'Keefe are recovering well from their respective issues.
New AFC Wimbledon signing, Ben Heneghan, will likely feature in the matchday squad having come on as a substitute against Rochdale. Ethan Chislett will be hopeful of starting Tuesday’s game having scored the stoppage time winner against Rochdale.
Former defender Luke O’Neill continues to recover from an ankle injury he suffered in October and will miss the game. Brentford loanee Jaako Oksanen has returned to his parent club to continue his recovery from an ankle injury.
Steve Evans - “The same level of performance is the requirement and this time taking our chances will be needed.
“We will look at all the lads in training, the opposition match reports in detail, and pick a team to win the match.
“Every match in any league is tough and Tuesday will be no different so we will again need to be at our best.”
Glyn Hodges - "We’ve left a few points at home but we’ve been pleased with our away form.
“We started the season well and after having quite a long break since our last game – two weeks – we were glad to come back with a win."
29/02/2020 - Gillingham 1-2 AFC Wimbledon - Sky Bet League One
23/11/2019 - AFC Wimbledon 1-0 Gillingham - Sky Bet League One
23/03/2019 - AFC Wimbledon 2-4 Gillingham - Sky Bet League One
08/09/2018 - Gillingham 0-1 AFC Wimbledon - Sky Bet League One
30/12/2017 - Gillingham 2-2 AFC Wimbledon - Sky Bet League One
AFC Wimbledon did the double over the Gills last season, and they won the final game at the MEMS Priestfield Stadium during the 2019/20 season. Callum Reilly scored a stoppage time winner to end the Gills 15-game unbeaten run.
The last time Gillingham beat the Wombles was in March 2019. They won 4-2 on the day thanks to goals from Brandon Hanlan, Graham Burke, Leo Da Silva Lopes and Tom Eaves.
AFC Wimbledon lead the head-to-head with six wins to two, and there have been four draws.
Gillingham win - 29/20
Draw - 11/5
AFC Wimbledon win - 9/5
Special Bet: Jordan Graham to score and Gillingham to win 2-0- 35/1.
Referee - Mr Brett Huxtable
Assistants - Mr Darren Blunden and Mr Mark Derrien
Fourth Official - Mr Stephen Brown
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