[ 23 Jan 21 ] GILLS v Rochdale Match Thread

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Jack Bonham
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Ryan Jackson
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Jack Tucker
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Connor Ogilvie
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Tom O'Connor
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Callum Slattery (3)
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Kyle Dempsey
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Alex MacDonald (1)
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Olly Lee
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Jordan Graham
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Vadaine Oliver (2)
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(1) Tyreke Johnson
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(2) John Akinde
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(3) Matty Willock
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Total votes : 2

[ 23 Jan 21 ] GILLS v Rochdale Match Thread

Postby Garawa » Sat Jan 16, 2021 11:35 am

- Rochdale have won 16 of the meetings, the Gills have won 17 and there have been 18 draws. The Gills are unbeaten in 4 meetings, winning 2 of them.
- The Gills have won 5 and drawn 1 of their last 6 games against Rochdale at Priestfield. Rochdale's last win here came in September 2012 and they have won 3 and lost 13 of their 25 visits.
- The Gills have conceded 27 league goals this season and 13 League 1 sides have conceded the same amount or fewer. Rochdale have conceded 26 in the first halves of their league games alone, the most in the division, and 41 in total.
- The Gills and Rochdale have identical home and away league records respectively. The Gills have won 4, drawn 1 and lost 5 at Priestfield whilst Rochdale have the same totals on their travels. Rochdale have, however, scored 20 away goals compared to the Gills 10 at home.
- Since a 5-0 away win, Rochdale have not won won their last 5 league matches. The latest match ended 0-1 after they had conceded 14 goals in 4 games (1-4, 3-3, 4-4 and 3-3).
- Rochdale have won 4 of their last 18 league matches but all have occurred in their last 9 away games. In their last 5 away league games they won 4-0 (Plymouth), 5-0 (Wigan) and drew 4-4 (Charlton).
- Rochdale concede the fewest fouls in their league matches, an average of 9.6 per game and 211 in total (90 fewer than the Gills).


15.00 Kick Off [ 4 - 2 - 3 - 1 ]

15.06
The Gills give away possession a few yards outside of the penalty and a fierce drive is tipped narrowly over the crossbar by Bonham.

15.10
A Rochdale shot from 25 yards yards out dips with Bonham off his line and the Gills keeper needs to strong wrist to tip it over the bar.

15.24
Rochdale spurn a perfect opportunity to open the scoring by heading down from 6 yards out and the ball bounces over Bonham and the bar.

15.38
Rochdale with two more hard drives which fly over the bar, the first which screams into the top of the Medway stand.

15.43
GOAL! Gillingham 1-0 Rochdale: Oliver
The Gills are unbeaten when scoring first, winning 8 of the 9 games. Rochdale are winless when conceding first, losing 9 of the 13.

15.47 Half time 1-0 (47:04)
The Gills have been ahead at half time in 3 home league matches and they have won all 3. Rochdale have been behind at half time in 3 away league matches and they have lost all 3.

16.03
The second half kicks off.

16.11
An Ogilvie header from a Graham free kick needs a strong point blank save from the Rochdale 'keeper.

16.26
GOAL! Gillingham 1-1 Rochdale: Keohane

16.33
GOAL! Gillingham 1-2 Rochdale: Keohane

16.45
Bonham deflects a shot from a narrow angle wide of goal for a corner with the goal gaping.

16.51
GOAL! Gillingham 2-2 Rochdale: Akinde

16.52 FULL TIME 2-2 (95:43)

Attendance: 0 (0)
Position: 13th
Referee: Christopher Pollard
Match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gM6UWRqDwqk
BBC Match Report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55685674
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Re: [ 23 Jan 21 ] GILLS v Rochdale Match Thread

Postby Kent_UckyFriedGills » Tue Jan 26, 2021 12:03 pm

I was pleased that we nicked a point in the last minute,but it’s disappointing that we lead,then went 1-2 down quite quickly in the second half.We have two tough games this week,so we will have to perform to get points.Crewe will have a lot of the ball,and will pose plenty of threat,and Sunderland are much improved with Johnson in charge.
Noircat Premier League Champion 2007,and 2014.Noircat FA Cup (Runner Up 2014).Promoted to the Premier League (Runner Up 2017,and 2020 in the Championship).

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