Date: 11th April 2015 at 11:51am
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Defeat on Good Friday made it four matches without a win at Priestfield for Gillingham, something that we’ll be looking to change against Bradford today.

The visitors still harbour hopes of making it into the League 1 play-offs, whereas our failure to see out a two-goal lead in Easter Monday’s draw with Leyton Orient leaves lingering relegation worries over our head!

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Gillingham come into this without any ‘fresh injury worries’ as we seek a long overdue home win.

The expectancy is that Justin Edinburgh could name the same side, even though we allowed a three-one lead to slip; that drew with Leyton Orient on Monday.

Bradford have to do without Christopher Routis (suspension) and have continued doubts over Gary MacKenzie (ankle) and Andrew Davies (hamstring) along with Andy Halliday (hamstring) but hope Mark Yeates (shoulder) will be fit.

A first home win since Valentines Day would certainly allow us to breath a little easier but will we get this today?

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