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Here is our preview of the fixture. Team news Gillingham could be without captain Kyle Dempsey and fellow midfielder Oliver Lee after the duo picked up knocks in the Gills' last game. Embed from Getty Images Stuart O’Keefe is edging ever closer to full fitness after breaking his leg in September. He returned as a 94th minute at Accrington Stanley last weekend, and was on the bench in the previous game too. Jacob Mellis is being assessed on a game-by-game basis before requiring surgery to fix an ongoing knee injury in the summer.


Rochdale (potential 4-4-2): Bazunu - McLaughlin, McNulty, Roberts, Keohane - Dooley, Morley, Rathbone, Baah - Lund, Humphreys. Form guide After three consecutive defeats, Gillingham picked up a 1-0 win at high-flying Accrington Stanley last Saturday thanks to an impressive Kyle Dempsey strike. The Gills had previously lost five of their last six, and will be hoping the result in Lancashire can now help them kick on. Steve Evans’ side sit 13th in the League One table, seven points off the play-off spots. Rochdale are yet to win this calendar year, drawing three and losing one of their four games.


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Dominic Samuel remains absent with a hamstring issue. Henry Woods is yet to resume full training after a knee issue, whilst Chris Maghoma remains a doubt. Defender Gabriel Osho could make his Dale debut after joining on loan from Luton Town in the week. Jake Beesley, however, is a doubt after requiring stitching on an ankle gash sustained at Doncaster Rovers on Tuesday. We're delighted to announce the signing of Gabriel Osho on loan from Luton Town ✍️ Welcome to the @CrownOil Arena, Gabriel! 👊#RAFC — Rochdale AFC (@officiallydale) January 21, 2021 Predicted lineups Gillingham (potential 4-2-3-1): Bonham - Jackson, Tucker, Ogilvie, O’Connor - Slattery, Dempsey - Graham, Lee, MacDonald - Oliver.


There are usually plenty of goals in Dale’s matches. Their three draws were 3-3, 4-4 and 3-3 against Crewe Alexandra, Charlton Athletic and Wigan Athletic before a 1-0 defeat at Doncaster on Tuesday. Rochdale currently sit 18th in League One, one point above the drop zone. Ones to watch Jordan Graham remains the one to watch for Gillingham. The former Wolves man is the lynchpin of the Gills side, and looks threatening every time he gets on the ball, regularly looking to take on his fullback. The 25-year-old has five goals and three assists in League One this season, and will fancy his chances of building on those stats on Saturday.


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Former Gillingham striker Scott Kashket was fit to return up front, partnering Lee Angol as Harry Smith began his three game ban after being sent off at Barrow, but in the early stages U's found it difficult to make any impression on a solid Gillingham defence as the visitors started the better, and the decisive goal soon came. Omar Sowunmi lost possession to Tom Nichols, who raced clear and crossed low for his former Crawley team mate Ashley Nadesan, whose crisp first time finish gave Jack Rose no chance.


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Sowunmi came close to atoning for his error when Harry Beautyman's cross dropped for him six yards out, but his looping volley was cleared off the line by Scott Malone, and Sutton came close again when both Angol and Kashket had efforts blocked in a goalmouth scramble before goalkeeper Jake Turner dropped on the ball. There was still threat at the other end, though, and after George Lapslie had whipped a cross shot just wide of the far post U's nearly gave away a second as Nadesan dispossessed Ben Goodliffe and sent Nichols away, but when he passed inside to Dom Jeffries Sowunmi was well placed to divert the resulting shot away for a corner. U's kept pressing in the second half, and would not have been flattered by an equaliser, but Kashket remained out of luck against his former club as he netted from Angol's knock down following a long Joe Kizzi throw only to be flagged offside, and then after Sutton's best move of the game had seen Omari Patrick finish a strong run with a pass to the overlapping Rob Milsom, Kashket's volley from the resulting cross was too close to Turner, who saved relatively comfortably.


Gillingham vs Rochdale preview: How to watch, kick-off time, team news, predicted lineups and ones to watchGillingham and Rochdale will face off in League One this Saturday. Gillingham beat Rochdale 4-1 as recently as December - they will be hoping for more of the same on Saturday | Photo by Joe Prior - Visionhaus via Getty ImagesGillingham will be looking to record back-to-back wins in League One on Saturday when they host Rochdale. Steve Evans’ side take on a Dale outfit that have seen 21 goals at either end in their last four matches, and could move to within four points of the play-offs with a win.


Sutton United vs Gillingham on 15 Aug 23 - Match CentreSutton United 0 Gillingham 1 (Nadesan 10) Sutton suffered a second consecutive defeat as Gillingham claimed a third win out of three to take over at the top of the embryonic Sky Bet League Two table. A tight game was decided in the 10th minute when Gillingham capitalised on a defensive error, and although Sutton had stages of putting the visitors' defence under pressure, the equaliser wouldn't come as Gillingham finished the game still to concede a league goal this season.


There were several more penalty area skirmishes, and Turner was much the busier goalkeeper as Rose had little to do in the second half, but Gillingham's defence remained resolute and were able to celebrate a third consecutive 1-0 success in the league. Sutton: J Rose, J Kizzi, R Milsom, O Sowunmi, B Goodliffe, C Eastmond, C Clay(sub C N'Guessan 85), S Kashket (sub H Kasimu 74), L Angol(sub L John 85), H Beautyman(sub J Coley 65), O Patrick. Subs n/u B House, T Fadahunsi, D Mellor. Booked: Angol, Milsom Gillingham: J Turner, C Alexander, S Malone, S Ogie, M Ehmer, E Coleman, G Lapslie(sub J Clarke 80), T Dieng, T Nichols(sub J Williams 80), A Nadesan(sub M Bonne 80), D Jeffries (sub C Masterton 86).


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