Weston and Harriman link up well down the right hand side, their pace could be a real threat for the Gills today
Whelpdale with a cross into the box from the left, nice idea but the ball is too close to Vale keeper Chris Neal
Hollands and Weston help carry the ball out of defence, they try to send Lee clear but Loft gets back well to cover and clear #gillslive
5 mins gone at Vale Park, still Port Vale 0-0 Gillingham, both sides creating chances in a lively start to the match #gillslive
Another set-piece for Vale, curled towards the far post by Chris Lines but it drifts behind without ever threatening the Gills goal
Charlie Lee with an ill-timed challenge on Griffith, free-kick to Vale but Gills clear the danger
A cross in from the Vale right, headed by Ben Williamson but his finish is just wide of Nelson's left hand post, a frantic start at Vale Park #gillslive
Lee with a long throw into the area, collected by Linganzi who hits a powerful effort goalwards but the shot is blocked #gillslive
Port Vale get the game under way Port Vale 0-0 Gillingham, #gillslive
The teams take to the field, Gills in their home kit of all blue, Vale in white shirts, black shorts and white socks
Vale subs are Johnson, Myrie-Williams, Pope, Jones, Duffy, Birchall and Hughes
Port Vale starting line-up is Neal, Yates, Robertson, Dickinson, Chilvers, Loft, Dodds, Lines, Williamson, Griffith and Hugill
Gillingham subs today are: Davies, Akinfenwa, McDonald, Gregory, Dack, German and Howard
The Gills starting XI is Nelson, Martin, Legge, Barrett, Harriman, Lee, Hollands, Linganzi, Whelpdale, Kedwell and Weston
Gills squad for today has one change from the team that beat Notts County 2-1 on Tuesday evening, Amine Linganzi comes into midfield for Steven Gregory
The traffic affected the supporters coaches too as the Gills fans are only just arriving at Vale Park
Hi folks, sorry its taken so long to get up and running today, we had a nightmare on the M1!
Adam Barrett on Port Vale..."To get three points on Tuesday was fantastic. We've won three in five and we want to continue that."
"There are big clubs in this division, it's a tough league but one or two results will give us some breathing space and that what we're looking to do on Saturday."
Adam Barrett on Gills interim Manager Peter Taylor..."The players love him and we're all right behind the Gaffer."
"We don't want to get a few weeks down the line and have another change of manager and it's down to us to get the results that give him the job full time."
"We're working hard to implement his ideas. We want to get ourselves away from the foot of the table and hopefully the Chairman will make his appointment permanent."
Peter Taylor on potential new signings..."Any manager would love to have two players for every position. That's the ideal scenario."
"After Saturday we'll have played three games and I think that's a fair number. Then it's a case of looking at them and telling the Chairman what we need. It might just be one player but we'll see."
"Danny Kedwell is a slight doubt for Saturday but he's our only injury concern. He's been feeling a little tightness in his hamstring after Tuesday night but we're hoping it's just a bit of tiredness and hopefully he'll be ok." Peter Taylor reveals the Gills injury news ahead of Saturday match at Vale Park
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"Our boys will be lifted by that result. They worked hard and they deserved to win. We scored two good goals early on and should have had a third but Notts County came back and made it hard for us." Peter Taylor
Full time then and the Gills deservedly take victory, thanks for joining us everyone. See you on Saturday at Port Vale #gillslive