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Gillingham vs. Bradford Prediction, Tips & Stats

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        • (31') J. Walker
        • (75') A. Cook
        • (55') M. Bonne
        • (57') M. Ehmer
        • (59') C. Masterson
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        • (51') A. Gilliead
        • (55') C. Kelly
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            Gillingham vs. Bradford Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Two sides in need of some consistency meet in League Two this weekend as Gillingham face Bradford City.

            Gillingham currently sit 8th in League Two with ten wins, one draw and nine losses from twenty games so far.

            It’s been an up-and-down camping for the Gills so far who after an impressive start to the season have come back down to Earth somewhat.

            Having looked like an automatic promotion contender in the early weeks they now look more like a side that would be happy to get in the playoffs as they come into this game amidst a mixed run of form having won two and lost three of their last five games in the league.

            Their most recent league outing did end in a win, however, as they beat AFC Wimbledon 1-0 courtesy of a late winner from Conor Masterson.

            The Gills then followed that win up with a fine 2-0 victory over League One Charlton Athletic in the FA Cup as Macauley Bonne and Timothée Dieng sealed progression to the next round with a pair of first-half goals.

            They are, then, coming into this game in decent shape and their home form can give them some added confidence considering they’ve won all of their last three games on home soil in all competitions.

            They’re currently only outside of the playoff places on goal difference so they’ll be satisfied with where they sit. The automatic promotion spots are a distant hope at present but if they can find a way to become more consistent then who knows where they might land.



            Bradford City currently sit 14th in League Two with seven wins, five draws and eight losses from twenty games this season.

            The Bantams have had a wholly disappointing campaign having once again hugely underwhelmed relative to preseason expectations as the side that entered the season as one of the automatic promotion contenders find themselves in the bottom half of the table.

            They’re coming into this game in mixed form having won two and lost three of their last five games in the league, the most recent of which was a 3-0 win over Forest Green Rovers.

            Goals from Matthew Platt, Andy Cook and Jamie Walker sealed a big away win and it means they’re now coming into this one off the back of consecutive league victories.

            Their form away from home has been up and down as they’ve won two and lost three of their last five league games on the road so they’re probably not at a major disadvantage here.

            Bradford need a lot to change if they are to salvage anything notable from this season and while they’ve had some good results of late they need a drastic improvement in order to change their overall course. Three points here would be a big contributor but it won’t come easily.

            For our Gillingham vs. Bradford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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            Gillingham Team News

            Ethan Coleman and Jonny Williams were both withdrawn before half-time with injury in the FA Cup win over Charlton last time out and are both doubtful here.

            Expect Dom Jeffries and Shaun Williams to push for places in the starting lineup for this one.

            Bradford Team News

            Ash Taylor is unavailable through suspension and continues to miss out here.

            Sam Stubbs should deputise at centre-back but that could be the only change to the starting lineup that beat Forest Green Rovers 3-0 last time out.

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