Gillingham are looking to respond to a poor run of form with three points this weekend as they face Harrogate Town in League Two.
Gillingham currently sit 3rd in the League Two table with four wins and two losses from their first six games of the season.
Tipped by many to seal an automatic promotion spot this season, Gillingham started like a freight train as they won their first four consecutive games of the league campaign.
However, cold water has quickly been poured over their start as they come into this game having lost both of their last two league matches.
A shocking 0-3 loss to Colchester United preceded a second straight loss to Grimsby Town way from home last weekend by a score of two goals to nil.
The defeat at Grimsby was a disappointing one and saw The Gills register just six shots on goal all game.
Gillingham had real problems with goalscoring last season and having scored just four times in their first six games, the joint-lowest rate in the league, it looks as though they have not been solved over the summer.
Gillingham essentially need to keep a clean sheet to win games and historical precedents would suggest it's highly unlikely that a side with such a low rate of scoring will find a way to gain promotion as it's not a sustainable way of winning consistently.
They did at least beat Leyton Orient 2-1 in the EFL Trophy in midweek to finally chalk a win on the board but it took an 80th minute penalty and an 83rd minute own goal against nine-man Leyton Orient to seal the win.
Things are all of a sudden looking shaky for Gillingham after such a strong start and they sorely need three points here to start to rebuild momentum.
Harrogate Town currently sit 19th in League Two with two wins and four losses from their first six games of the season.
It's been a fairly poor start to the season for Harrogate who were, in fairness, expected to struggle coming into the campaign.
They're coming into this game amidst a poor run of league form having lost four of their last five games in League Two, the most recent of which was a 0-1 loss to Barrow.
They did at least beat Nottingham Forest U21 2-1 in the EFL Trophy in midweek so they'll have to hope that game can act as a catalyst to further victories in the league.
They face a tough game here despite their opponent's poor form and it's one they'll do well not to lose.
For our Gillingham vs. Harrogate prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.