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The Form Of The Foe Gillingham FC

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07 Apr 2011 20:54:33

The Form Of The Foe Gillingham FC

Our weekly statistical look at our forthcoming guests, Gillingham have not been beaten for over two months,  a run of 14 games stretching back to a 0-2 defeat to Chesterfield, the league leaders,  on January 25th. Were it not for 9 draws they would be higher than 8th you feel. Good job too and a point will do us just nicely as we toddle to 50 points and safety with this, Cheltenham and Aldershot all Sincil home bankers one and all we hope.  Makes you want to shoot out and pay for a season ticket in full to help the cause this very Saturday doesn’t it Imps?      In all seriousness the Gills will certainly cause us problems this Sincil Super Saturday as they possess quality all over the park.  League 2's third most prolific striker, 22-goal leading marksman Cody McDonald needs to be watched too having been short listed for the March League Two Player of the Month award, a prize he also won in January. As will - eh oh time for Tubby custard - Adebayo Akinfenwa, for his true, he’s fat and round but he can certainly score at our ground. Mind you most goal scorers fancy their chances of getting back into the groove at Sincil Bank.     Without further ado a look at the Gills facts, stats, highs lows, Heroes and Villains.     Current Form Home Record 4th P 20 W 10 D 6 L 4 F 24 A 15 GD 9 PTs 36 Away Record 8th P 20 W 5 D 10 L 5 F 32 A 30 GD 2 PTs 25 Overall 8th P 40 W 15 D 16 L 9 F 56 A 45 GD 11 PTs 61 Last 3 19/3  Burton Albio (A)  D 1-1  L227/3  Cheltenham (A)  W 2-1  L22/4  Hereford (H)  D 0-0  L2 Last 6 overall D-W-D-W-D-W Last 6 Away  W-D-D-D-D-D Biggest Home Win 3-0 Port ValeBiggest Away Win Stockport County 1-5Biggest Home Defeat 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers, 1-3 Crewe Alexandra, 0-2 ChesterfieldBiggest Away Defeat Accrington Stanley 4-7Highest Score         Accrington Stanley 4-7 Ker-ching Highest Gate 5709 Hereford UnitedLowest Gate 4076 Wycombe WanderersAverage Attendance 5087Aggregate Attendance 101746  Heroes & Villains Goal Machines Cody McDonald  22Adebayo Akinfenwa 10Chris Palmer  4Curtis Weston  4Andy Barcham  3Chris Whelpdale  3 Goal Makers Chris Palmer  5Daniel Spiller  5Adebayo Akinfenwa 4John Nutter  4Cody McDonald  3Jack Payne  3   Keeper Corner Alan Julian GAMES 35 Saves 117 Clean sheets 11   Card Collectors (All competitions) Yellows - 60 9 Matthew Lawrence 7 Barry Fuller6 Saniel Spiller 5 Tony Sinclair4 Cody McDonald, kevin Maher, Mark Bentley   Reds - 3 1 John Nutter, Mark Bentley, Callum Davies    Forthcoming fixtures. 9/4  Lincoln City (A) L216/4  Morecambe (H)   L223/4  Barnet (H)   L2


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