Lee back for cup clash

Last Updated: Sun, 17 Nov 2013 15:03

Midfielder Charlie Lee comes back into contention for Gillingham ahead of their FA Cup first-round replay at non-league Brackley.

Lee was suspended for Saturday's league win at Sheffield United, where manager Peter Taylor made five changes. Further changes can be expected against the Conference North side for what will be a second game in three days for the Gills.

Some changes could be enforced with Steven Gregory and Danny Kedwell both coming off injured in the opening 20 minutes at Bramall Lane while Danny Hollands, on loan from Charlton, will not be an option for Taylor as his parent club do not want him cup-tied.

Gillingham needed an equaliser from Bradley Dack in the seventh minute of injury time to spare their blushes and rescue a 1-1 draw at Priestfield eight days ago. A trip to Skrill Premier side Macclesfield in round two awaits the winners of Monday night's replay.

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