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Mansfield Town vs Gillingham Preview, Tips & Stats

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  • (77') D. Keillor-Dunn
  • (80') S. McLaughlin
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  • (19') T. Dieng
  • (30') H. Boateng
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  • (64') D. Jefferies
  • (86') M. Ehmer
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      Mansfield Town vs Gillingham Preview, Tips & Stats

      Gillingham make the trip to Field Mill to take on Mansfield Town on Saturday in League Two. Mansfield have already secured promotion to League One whereas Gillingham look to make a late challenge for the Play-offs.

      Mansfield Town currently sit second in League One after 44 games. The Stags have 23 wins, 13 draws and eight losses, leaving them on 82 points, equal with Wrexham and seven points from Stockport.

      In their last five games in all competitions, Mansfield have three wins and two losses.

      Mansfield made the trip to Wrexham for a big game. However, a goal and a penalty from Paul Mullin saw Wrexham win 2 - 0, with Mansfield having just one shot on target in 61% of the possession. Back at Field Mill, Mansfield were handed a big loss by Crawley Town. Kellan Gordon opened the scoring in the fourth minute and Nick Tsaroulla doubled the lead before halftime. Danilo Orsi and Klaidi Lolos added more, making Hiram Boateng’s 80th minute goal just a consolation as Crawley won 4 - 1.

      The Stags finally bounced back with a win over Forest Green. Tom Nichols scored the only goal of the game to five Mansfield the 1 - 0 win, with Forest Green having just two shots on target. Mansfield backed up this win with another one, this time a big win over MK Dons. Max Dean opened the scoring for MK Dons in the 13th minute but Elliott Hewitt equalised before halftime. In the second half, David Keillor-Dunn grabbed a brace and was joined on the scoresheet by James Gale in the 4 - 1 win for Mansfield.

      The last time out for Mansfield was against Accrington Stanley. George Maris opened the scoring in the second minute and Stephen Quinn doubled the lead after the hour. Tommy Leigh did score late on but Mansfield held on for the 2 - 1 win.

      Gillingham sit just below Mansfield in tenth in League Two. In 44 games, Gillingham have 18 wins, nine draws and 17 losses which leaves them on 63 points, just three points from Play-off football.

      In their last five games in all competitions, Gillingham have two wins, one draw and two losses.

      Jordan Slew opened the scoring for Morecambe in the 11th minute but Oliver Hawkins equalised for Gillingham just seven minutes later. Charlie Brown regained the lead for Morecambe just after the hour mark but late goals from Timothee Dieng and Connor Mahoney gave Gillingham the 3 - 2 win with just three shots on target. However, the visit from Crewe Alexandra suggested that neither team had their shooting boots on. Both sides had just two shots on target and couldn’t convert them and had to settle for the 0 - 0 draw.

      The visit to Harrogate Town was one to forget for Gillingham. George Lapslie gave The Gills the 1 - 0 lead at halftime, but a brace from Matty Daly along with goals from Anthony O’Connor, Jack Muldoon and Abraham Odoh gave Harrogate the 5 - 1 win. Bradley Halliday scored the only goal of the game in the 43rd minute to give Bradford the 1 - 0 win over Gillingham.

      The most recent outing for Gillingham was against Barrow. Barrow’s George Ray was sent off in the 22nd minute and Josh Andrews put Gillingham into the lead in the first half added time. An own goal from Rory Feely and a goal from Mahoney gave Gillingham the 3 - 0 win over ten-man Barrow.

      Mansfield Town and Gillingham have met 53 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1931. Mansfield have the better record in the fixture with 20 wins in comparison to Gillingham’s 15 wins. In fact a draw is more common, happening on 18 occasions.

      Mansfield Town Team News

      Nigel Clough could be without the likes of Lewis Brunt, Baily Cargil, Calum Macdonald and Callum Johnson this weekend.

      Gillingham Team News

      Stephen Clemence could be missing Jorge Cabezas this weekend.

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