SAME AGAIN FOR GILLS
Andy Hessenthaler may name the same Gillingham line-up for a third successive match at home to promotion-chasing Torquay.
The Gills boss was encouraged by his side's display in Tuesday's goalless draw against Rotherham which ended a run of five straight league defeats.
Charlie Lee is available having returned from a knee injury by playing an hour in a friendly at the club's training ground in midweek.
Otherwise, the Kent outfit have no new injury or suspension problems to contend with.
On-loan West Ham midfielder Oliver Lee continues to wait for his full debut having stepped off the bench against the Millers.
Meanwhile, Torquay midfielder Damon Lathrope is certain to miss the trip to Priestfield.
The 22-year-old suffered ankle ligament damage in a 1-0 victory over Cheltenham and the League Two clash at Priestfield will come too soon for him.
Gulls boss Martin Ling could call on striker Rene Howe to reinvigorate his starting XI after a run of seven straight league victories came to an abrupt end with a 2-1 home defeat to Bradford last week.
Defender Angus McDonald was an unused substitute against the Bantams but could graduate from the bench to make his debut against the Gills.
Ling is keeping one eye on the loan market as he looks to bolster his squad for a promotion push, telling the Herald Express: "I've got a list of players I'm working through.
"We will fetch in the right people to make the team and the squad stronger."
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