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Gills face Yeovil in final game of the season

By Jack Nolan
May 4 2007

Gillingham face Yeovil Town this Saturday in the final league game of the season in which will most probably be Matt Jarvis' last game for Gillingham. Gillingham host Yeovil who have already been confirmed a play-off spot which will be played agains the side who finishes fourth as Yoevil can only finish fifth. ---
Gillingham FC v Yeovil Town
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Priestfield Stadium


Gillingham FC Team News

Gillingham star Matt Jarvis is set to make his final appearence for Gillingham against Yeovil Town on Saturday. The Gills star was linked with a move to Charlton Athletic on Friday.

Striker Gary Mulligan is a doubt for the game, with goalkeeper Kelvin Jack once again...sidelined! Defender Duncan Jupp is also sidelined.

Ben Chorley and Simon Royce play their last games of their loan spell contracts.


Yeovil Town Team News

Yeovil captain Terry Skiverton is a ruled out of the game at Priestfield and is unlikely to feature in Yeovils play-off campaign.



Ronnie Jepson

"The aim is to finish as high as we can and we're up against a good Yeovil side who are in the Play-Offs. With the match being at Priestfield, we will have the chance to applaud the supporters after the game. They have been absolutely fantastic all season and it will be nice if we can give them a good send off. I was pleased that we scored three goals in our previous game at Priestfield. With the amount of pressure we put on Port Vale we could have maybe scored one or two more too but we just need to learn how to kill games off a bit more at times.

"When you put things in perspective we have had a relatively good season. That could be perceived as sounding a little negative as we want to be higher up the league - but I'm just saying it from a realist's point of view. The players could have easily made excuses this season, but they haven't resorted to that and deserve credit. I want them to express themselves and enjoy it, and hopefully we can finish on a high note."



There have been just three previous meetings between the two clubs, and Yeovil have two victories to their name. The one game played at Priestfield ended in a goaless draw, the last goaless draw The Gills have played out.


Ticket News

Tickets are still available in all areas of the season



Referee: Andy Penn (West Midlands)
Assistant Referees: John Hopkins (Essex) and Tony Mason (Kent)
Fourth Official: Irvine Woodward (Sussex)



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