Shrewsbury vs Gillingham

Boss Paul Hurst revealed four players had missed training on Monday
because of feeling unwell and that a bunch of others were training
despite illness.

The Shrews have lost each of their last two home matches, with Rotherham
winning 1-0 at the Montgomery Waters Meadow on Saturday, a result which
left Hursts men a point clear of second-placed Wigan having played two
games more. Plymouth won 2-1 on their visit a week earlier, Shrewsbury
triumphing at Fleetwood in between those two games.

Gillingham could have captain Lee Martin back involved after he missed
Saturdays 0-0 draw with Walsall. The midfielder, who took a kick on the
foot in training last Thursday, is rated at 50/50.

Defender Alex Lacey is set to sit things out again as he continues to
recover from an ankle injury. And Billy Bingham (leg) is another player
who remains unavailable.

The Shrews have lost just one of their last 10 league meetings with
Gillingham (W5 D4), although that sole defeat came in their last league
encounter on home soil (2-3).

That 3-2 win in August 2016 means that the Gills could win back-to-back
trips to Shrewsbury for the first time in the Football League.

The Shrews have lost consecutive home league games for the first time
since April 2017. They last suffered three consecutive defeats on home
soil back in August 2016.

Josh Parker has been directly involved in five goals in his last five
away league games for the Gills (four goals, one assist).

玩法 大分 指数 小分 进球数 大分(1.04) 2/2.5 小分(0.82)


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