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Gillingham 2 Wycombe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights
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Gillingham 2 Wycombe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 12th December 2018

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Henderson, McCarthy, El-Abd, Jombati, Jacobson, Gape, Thompson, Morris, Tyson (sub 77 Williams), Samuel,
Onyedinma - subs not used: Yates, Stewart, Mackail-Smith, Kashket, Cowan-Hall, Freeman

Scorers: El-Abd 12, Tyson 17

Bookings: none

Gillingham: Holy, Fuller, Zakuani, Lacey, Ogilvie, Parrett, Oldaker (sub HT Garmston), Byrne, List (sub 86 Hanlan),
Eaves, Parker - subs: Hadler, O’Neill, Rees, Charles-Cook, Bingham

Scorers: Eaves 56, Parker 76

Bookings: Garmston 48, Fuller 50

Referee: Dean Whitestone

Attendance: not supplied on the day of the match but announced on Monday as 4,687(495 away)

Team News

One change from the side that had beaten Barnsley at Adams Park seven days previous

In: Bryn Morris

Out: Randell Williams


Gareth Ainsworth

“I would’ve taken a point before the game as this is a difficult place to come; Gillingham have been in good form and playing some good stuff lately, But we were well worth three points. We had the lion’s share of chances, we outshot them and in the first half we were devastating and deserved our two goals. However, you have to give credit to Gillingham. They got back into the game and I’ll never deny the facts – they’ve done well, with two good finishes, but they were sloppy from our point of view and I’m disappointed about that.

“But let’s put things in perspective. We’re ninth in League 1 and people are thinking we should be getting three points here and three points there every week. I’m very happy with where we are in the league and it’s another point closer to our target.

“A big shoutout to the fans. They got rained on, they don’t get looked after here with a shelter on that away stand, and they turned up in numbers. There was a great partisan atmosphere with them all bouncing up and down so thank you for your support – it means the world to me and you’ve done us proud.”

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League Table

Wanderers remain 9th - 6 points from the play-off zone.
Both strugglers, Plymouth and Bradford, won to close the gap to the relegation places to 12 points.

Wimbledon remain rooted the foot of the table with another defeat. They visit Adams Park next Saturday (22nd December 2018) where Wanderers will be aiming to set a new Club Football League record of seven consecutive home wins.

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