w/c 26th September 2020

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w/c 26th September 2020

Postby Garawa » Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:20 pm

Saturday 26th
Match day - Gills v Blackpool (League 1)

Sunday 27th
Jordan Graham scored 2 goals for the Gills against Wigan and both were assisted by Vadaine Oliver. He also scored a penalty won by Oliver against Coventry. Oliver has scored 1 goal for the Gills which was assisted by Graham.

Monday 28th
After 7 games, the opposition have already struck the frame of the goal 6 times. In the recent seasons, the opposition collectively hit the woodwork on average once every 3.07, 2.75, 3.00, 4.50 and 2.83 matches - a total of 14, 20, 18, 12 and 18 times.

Tuesday 29th
The Gills have won all 5 of the home games that Dominic Samuel has scored in. Overall, they have won 6 and lost 1 of the 7 games he has scored in (scoring 9 times in total).

Wednesday 30th
The Gills have won 2 of their first 3 league games, something they have achieved in 4 of their last 6 seasons. This came after just 2 of the previous 10 seasons saw at least 2 wins in the opening 3 league games.

Thursday 1st
The Gills have had 5 different scorers after 7 games including 3 for Graham, 2 for Samuel and 2 for Coyle. Last season after 7 games, the Gills had 9 different scorers after 7 games including 3 for Jakubiak, 2 for Lee and 2 for Hanlan.

Friday 2nd
The Gills played 7 matches in their first month of the season, the most since they played 8 matches in August in the 2016/17 season. They won 3 home games in the opening month for the first time since 2005/6 but, in the month of September, had won 3 home games on two other occasions since then.
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