Date:Friday April 16 2010
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is looking to see his side record their first ever league victory at Gillingham on Saturday as they look to cement their place in second in League One.
Leeds have returned to form recently winning their last three games in a row, but Grayson knows that Saturday`s trip to the Priestfield Stadium will not be easy despite the Kent`s side lowly league position.
Speaking on the official website Grayson said, "It`s an important game for both sides. They have a good home record and we know what to expect.
It won`t be easy, but it`s a game we are capable of winning."
Gillingham are currently in twentieth place in League One just three points above the drop zone. Despite the lowly league position, they have lost just three home games all season.
They are unbeaten against all the teams they have played in the top ten and have just Leeds and Southampton still to play who are currently in the top ten.
They have beaten Swindon 5-0, Millwall 2-0, Huddersfield 2-0 and Bristol Rovers 1-0. They have also drawn with Norwich and Charlton 1-1, MK Dons 2-2 and Colchester 0-0.
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Date:Friday April 16 2010
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