Gillingham v Plymouth preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 4:41pm
Gillingham have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their final Sky Bet League One clash of the season against Plymouth.
The Gills secured their League One status last weekend after substitute Elliott List scored a stoppage-time equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Bristol Rovers. Billy Bingham has been absent since October with a thigh injury and remains unavailable.
Aaron Morris, who has not featured at all this season following a long-term knee issue, is the only other injury absentee.
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Antoni Sarcevic and Oscar Threlkeld are both doubts for Plymouth ahead of their trip to Kent. The duo were substituted in Plymouth's 2-0 defeat at Scunthorpe earlier this week and will be assessed ahead of Saturday's match.
Lionel Ainsworth came off the bench at Glanford Park on Tuesday night, but is still battling a hamstring issue. Jamie Ness (hamstring), Ryan Taylor (ankle), Moses Makasi (knee) and Paul Paton (ankle) are unavailable.
Gillingham are currently enjoying a seven-game winning streak at home to Plymouth in all competitions, and are unbeaten in 13 on home soil against the Pilgrims (W11 D2).
Plymouth, who won the reverse meeting between these two sides 2-1 in December, haven't done a league double over Gillingham since the 1980-81 campaign.
Gillingham are winless in their last nine league games (D4 L5), scoring just three goals, with only one of those coming at home.
Plymouth are unbeaten in their last four final day games (W2 D2), this after losing six successive matches between 2008-13.
Gillingham have picked up just 23 points from their 22 home league matches this season in League One, fewer than any other side.