League One

October 12, 2013


Shrewsbury Town

2 - 0


League One

14:00 +00:00, October 12, 2013

Greenhous Meadow Stadium

Referee: G Salisbury

Lopez set for Shrews debut

Team Stat Comparison

Shrewsbury Town Gillingham
Matches Played 43 43
Table Position 23 15
Points 41 51
Goal Difference -16 -17
Goals for * 0.9 1.1
Goals against * 1.1 2.1
Last 5 L-L-W-L-D W-L-L-L-W
Last 5 home L-W-W-D-L W-L-L-W-W
Last 5 away L-L-D-L-D L-L-W-D-L
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Shrewsbury Town | Gillingham

Competition Stats

Shrewsbury Town Gillingham
Goals John Taylor 8 Cody McDonald 15
Assists Paul Parry 4 Bradley Dack 5
Yellows Joe Jacobson 6 Charlie Lee 7
Reds John Taylor 1 Charlie Lee 1
Squads: Shrewsbury Town | Gillingham

Next Matches

Shrewsbury Town Gillingham
4/21 A: Preston North End 4/21 A: Walsall
4/26 H: Peterborough United 4/26 A: Preston North End
5/3 A: Gillingham 5/3 H: Shrewsbury Town

New signing Cristian Lopez is in contention to make his Shrewsbury debut at home against Gillingham.

The Spanish striker arrived on a one-month loan deal from Huddersfield on Thursday and will hope to make his Shrews bow against a resurgent Gills at the Greenhous Meadow.

Lopez could partner five-goal leading scorer Tom Bradshaw in attack after he made himself unavailable for the Wales Under-21 side despite originally being selected for international duty.

Defender Dave Winfield also returns to the fold having served his one-match suspension for the red card received at Bradford.

Michael Harriman will miss out for Gillingham having been ruled out with a calf injury.

The right-back, on loan from QPR, faces a number of weeks on the sidelines but would have missed the clash in any case due to his international commitments with the Republic of Ireland's Under-21 side.

That means manager Martin Allen will be forced to change a winning formula as the Gills aim for a third successive triumph.

Allen kept faith with the same XI who recorded Gillingham's first win of the season at the 11th attempt as they beat Crewe 3-0 and duly watched his unchanged side make it back-to-back victories against MK Dons last weekend.