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Gillingham start managerless at home today after Neil Harris departed on Thursday.

Macaulay Bonne has been dropped to the bench whilst Tom Nichols and Ashley Nadesan have been selected to play upfront for Gillingham.

MK Dons will be looking for their 10th win against the Gills.


After the departure of Neil Harris Head Coach Keith Millen leads Gillingham into their 23rd meeting with MK Dons. Head Coach commented on the game ahead “We want to be on the front foot, show our desire and play football to win the game.”

Priestfield will host the match and the now managerless Gillingham standing only four points away from the top of League 2. Keith Millen is determined to show his sides strength saying “The crowd at Priestfield want to see their team show a fight and spirit to win the game, that’s a non-negotiable for me.”

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MK Dons:

Former Gillingham defender Jack Tucker is expected to start the game with MK Dons as their squad is predicted to remain the same from their 0-0 draw against Walsal earlier in the week. Manager Graham Alexander commented “They’re all good teams and want to win at this level. We have no god-given right to beat anyone.”

The Milton Keynes side will be aiming to grab their third win away from home in League 2 with their manager claiming “you have to earn it.”

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May 2024