We take a look at what happened last time we met Gillingham.
Port Vale v Gillingham
Saturday 18th September 2016
At Vale Park
Attendance: 4,719 including 197 visiting supporters
Vale recorded their fifth home win in a row since the start of the season as they moved within two points off top spot, but they had to come from behind to do so against a very hard-working Gillingham outfit.
Josh Wright gave Justin Edinburgh’s side a 25th minute lead and Vale went into the half time interval still behind, with everything to do in the second forty-five minutes.
Vale’s patience paid off in the 76th minute when Remie Streete, who had earlier hit the woodwork, followed up to drive home from 10 yards to level the scores.
Then six minutes from time, Alex Jones netted his fifth Vale goal since joining the club on loan from Birmingham, to make sure of all three points for Bruno Ribeiro’s men.
PORT VALE: Jak Alnwick, Ben Purkiss, Remie Streete, Kjell Knops, Paulo Tavares, Sam Foley, Martin Paterson, Jerome Thomas, Nathan Smith, Alex Jones, Anthony Grant.
SUBS: Calvin Mac-Intosch, Rigino Cicilia, Michael Brown, Quentin Pereira, Miguel Santos, Gezim Shalaj, Sam Hart
GILLINGHAM: Jonathan Bond, Max Ehmer, Deji Oshilaja, Scott Wagstaff, Cody McDonald, Paul Konchesky, Emmanuel Osadebe, Josh Pask, Bradley Dack, Mark Byrne, Josh Wright,
SUBS: Stuart Nelson, Jake Hessenthaler, Billy Knott, Darren Oldaker, Elliott List, Mitch Dickenson, Jay Emmanuel Thomas