After an impressive away game against Charlton and a 2:3 win, Gillingham returned to winning ways after two games without a win. They have suffered only one defeat in the last 6 matches, which means that they are playing in a quite solid form. Coach Evans can’t count on Graham (24/8), Slaters (5/0) and Samuel (17/6). Peterborough didn’t play on Saturday because the scheduled match against Blackpool was postponed due to unfavorable weather conditions. Before that, they tied two victories at home against Crewe and Ipswich, but they are playing quite poorly away from home with only one victory in the last 7 championship matches. It is worth noting that they have one of the most productive attacks in League One with 40 goals. Both teams have quality strikers and I believe we will watch an efficient match.