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Gillingham v Posh Predictions


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What do you think the score will be between Gillingham and Peterborough United in the Sky Bet League One match at the weekend?



Gillingham Away

Gillingham v Peterborough United
Location: MEMS Priestfield Stadium
Date: 14th December, 2013
Kick-off: 15:00pm



Posh are on a winning run again and will be looking to pick up their fourth win on the bounce and hoping to keep a fourth consecutive clean sheet at the same time.

Britt Assombalonga will be hoping his scoring form continues after going through a barren patch in September. He now has five goals in his last four matches and has 13 to his name this season.

Gillingham have had a turbulent season since being promoted as champions of League Two last season and are currently on their second manager of the season following the sacking of Martin Allen. Peter Taylor is now in charge of the Kent based side who sit in 17th place, four points outside the relegation places.

Danny Kedwell is the Gills top scorer this season with 10 goals while one-time Posh target, Cody McDonald, is second with 5 goals.

The match will see former Posh players Chris Whelpdale and Charlie Lee face their old team. Whelpdale, who has one goal to his name this season, and Lee have been regulars in the Gills side since signing from Posh in 2011.

What do you think the score will be?

Cast your vote below and we will let you know on Saturday what the outcome was.



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Date:Wednesday December 11 2013

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