Ashley Nadesan and Robbie McKenzie could be involved on Saturday, but Oli Hawkins remains out of action for Salford visit.
Gillingham v Salford City
Sky Bet League 2
Saturday November 18
Ashley Nadesan and Robbie McKenzie could return to the squad this weekend following respective injuries. Oli Hawkins (heel) however will remain out of action for a couple more weeks.
Josh Chambers will be unavailable having signed for Welling United on loan.
As for Salford, Ethan Ingram will be unavailale as he serves a one-match ban. Declan John however is eligible and is likely to be in the travelling party.
Stephen Clemence - “We have to win our duels and our one-on-one battles and find ways to stop them playing. We need to turn up and take care of ourselves. If we do that then we will have a great chance in this game.”
Neil Wood [following the midweek defeat to Peterborough on penalties]: “There’s lots of disappointment for the effort and the quality that the lads showed tonight, were all gutted they didn’t get their reward for that, but come Thursday morning we need to put it behind us and move forward.”
The clubs have only ever met on two occasions, both of those in Sky Bet League 2 last season. Salford walked away from Priestfield in December last year with maximum points following a 3-0 win, but Gills won the reverse game on the final day of the campaign with Cheye Alexander's penalty enough to clinch victory.
Gillingham win - Evens
Draw - 5/2
Salford win - 12/5
Special Bet: George Lapslie to score first in a 2-1 Gills win = 35/1.
Home fans can purchase match tickets online via the below link, or in person from our new fan engagement centre on Redfern Avenue. We will open on 9am on the morning of the game and our new shop will also be open.
Visiting fans will have been given their own link for tickets and they can also be purchased online up until kick-off.
Saturday's match is available to stream on iFollow for a one-off fee of £10. Use the below link to buy your pass which will give you access to the live TV pictures and match commentary from the team at BBC Radio Kent Sport.
Graphics and replays are supplied by EFL Digital.
Referee: Paul Howard
Assistants: Hugh Gilroy and Scott Williams
Fourth Official : Stephen Brown