Joe Gbode could retain his place in attack as Salford prepare to visit ME7 in Saturday's early kick-off.
Gillingham v Salford City
Sky Bet League Two
MEMS Priestfield Stadium
Saturday December 3rd
Callum Harriott is still a few weeks away from full fitness, so any involvement on Saturday is unlikely. Dave Tutonda is back in the training group after recovering from a knee operation but this game is likely to have come too soon for him, while Olly Lee continues to build his fitness.
Ben Reeves will be involved again after starting in the draw at Dagenham.
Jordan Green came off the bench at the Chigwell Construction Stadium to set up the equalizing goal and is pushing for a starting place.
Neil Harris - "Salford have good players and a big squad. It's another challenge for us and another opportunity to get back to winning ways.
"I don't question my players' attitude or application. I will put a team out Saturday that have a right go."
Neil Wood - “We’ve just got to keep working, we could easily win games by two or three if we take our chances and we’re not quite doing that."
Saturday’s fixture will be the first ever meeting between the two clubs.
BUY TICKETS | GILLINGHAM V SALFORD CITY
Season ticket holders at both Premier League and Championship clubs can gain admittance to the fixture for just £10!
Gillingham win - 13/5
Draw - 21/10
Salford City win - 11/10
Special Bet: Scott Kashket to score and Gillingham to win - 8/1.
Referee - Paul Howard
Assistants - Conor Farrell and Christopher Wade
Fourth Official - Andy Bennett
Saturday’s game will be available to purchase on iFollow for a one-off fee of just £10!
BBC Radio Kent will provide full commentary and coverage of the fixture. Click here to purchase a match pass.