Gillingham FC vs AFC Fylde Match Review

Gillingham FC vs AFC Fylde Match Review
November 14, 2022

Gillingham FC vs AFC Fylde Match Review

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Gillingham will be hoping to escape being on the other end of an FA Cup upset at home to Fylde in Tuesday’s first-round replay after pulling off an EFL Cup giant killing against Brentford.

The first game ended in a draw for the National League North team, and the victor of this match will face Dagenham & Redbridge in the second round.

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Gillingham FC vs AFC Fylde Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet

Gillingham FC

1.85 1.90 1.84

AFC Fylde

4 50 4.20 4.04

Gillingham FC vs AFC Fylde  Tips and Prediction

In just a few days, Gillingham fans have experienced all the emotions associated with cup competitions, from losing to a team two divisions below them to defeating Brentford, an established Premier League team.

Mikael Mandron gave Neil Harris’s team a lead during their first-round match against Fylde at Mill Farm, but Tom Walker tied the score in the 83rd minute for Fylde to force a rematch before the Gills eliminated Brentford from the EFL Cup on penalties.

However, Gillingham’s perfect start to the month came to an abrupt end over the weekend after they lost to Northampton Town in League Two. This left Gillingham dangling above the finish line in 22nd position, only one point ahead of Hartlepool United with a game remaining.

It has been 10 games since the hosts of this week’s encounter kept a clean sheet, and Harris has only been able to guide them to one victory in their last seven games overall. Last year, they were eliminated from the FA Cup in a similar fashion.

In the first round of last season, Gillingham and Cheltenham Town drew before Gillingham lost on the second try and if this month is any indication, Fylde may stand to learn a thing or two about cup big killings from the Gills.

Fylde are no pushovers when it comes to this level of cup competition, as evidenced by the fact that this week’s guests at Priestfield Stadium reached the third round of the FA Cup in the last season and advanced as far as the second round last two season


The away supporters should anticipate seeing their side cause the net to ripple at least once, with Fylde showing a flair for scoring away from home and Gillingham struggling to close the back door lately.

However, injury concerns from the weekend may be the downfall of the visitors, and the  a win for the host is likely.