Gillingham v Notts County preview

Team news for Tuesday's League One clash between Gillingham and Notts County at Priestfield Stadium.

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Gillingham boast a full strength squad for Notts County's visit to Priestfield.

Interim boss Peter Taylor has plenty of options available to him should he opt to shuffle his pack in response to the 2-1 defeat to Preston at the weekend.

Forwards Adebayo Akinfenwa and Antonio German are in contention to feature in the starting line-up if Taylor decides to mix things up.

The Gills are looking to return to winning ways after tasting defeat in their last two matches.

Notts County will travel to Gillingham without Joss Labadie while captain Dean Leacock is also a doubt for the Magpies.

Labadie received his fifth yellow card of the season during the 2-0 defeat to Swindon on Friday night and the midfielder must serve a one-match suspension. Depending on how manager Chris Kiwomya decides to send out his team in Kent, either David Bell, Jamal Campbell-Ryce or Marcus Haber will come into contention for a recall.

Leacock was withdrawn at half-time at the County Ground due to illness and Kiwomya will make a late check on the centre-back. Should Leacock not make it then Manny Smith will probably return to the starting XI.

On-loan Aston Villa winger Jack Grealish could miss a second game with an ankle injury while striker Enoch Showunmi (back) and defender Haydn Hollis (knee) are not yet fit.

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