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Preview: Gillingham v Stags

28 September 2023

Mansfield Town face Gillingham this Saturday in a Sky Bet League Two contest at Priestfield Stadium (3pm kick-off). Here's all you need to know...


Defender Callum Johnson could be in contention to return to the matchday squad. The full-back has missed Stags’ previous two matches with a hamstring injury.


The referee for Saturday's match is Jacob Miles. Mr. Miles will be assisted by Scott Williams, Shaun Farrer and fourth official, Aaron Farmer.


Tickets for our Sky Bet League Two trip to Gillingham on Saturday 30 September remain on sale.

Tickets can only be purchased from our hosts’ ticketing website and therefore priority ticketing cannot be made available for this match.

Tickets are available on general sale and can be purchased by clicking here:

Stags’ fans will be hosted in block H of the Gordon Road Stand (covered, behind the goal), while standing in the Brian Moore Stand (uncovered) is also available.

Prices are (both stands):

Adult (22-64) - £22

Senior (65+) - £19

Young adult (18-21) - £14

Under 18 - £10

Under 14 - £7

Ambulant disabled need to be on the higher rate of DLA or enhanced PIP.

Wheelchair disabled will need to contact Gillingham directly to book tickets at: 01634 300 000


Gillingham's fan guide can be found here.

Stags Supporters' Association coaches will be departing One Call Stadium at 8.30am.

There are limited spaces available.

Prices are as follows:

£20: Amber/junior members

£25: Blue members

To book, text or ring 07967 689597. Non-members can use the aforementioned phone number for price and availability details.


Unable to make it to the game on Saturday?

Overseas subscribers can watch the match for £10, by purchasing a video match pass.

Supporters based in the UK can hear live full match commentary of our clash against Gillingham for just £2.50.

Commentary of the contest will be provided by Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes. Coverage starts approximately seven minutes before kick-off.

You can follow all the action from the fixture live via our Twitter match updates here.

The match centre on will also contain Opta-populated updates and can be accessed here.

A report from the match will be published on the club website following the full-time whistle, and post-match reaction from the dressing room will be available to view on and iFollow Stags.

Follow us across our social media accounts to keep fully updated on all areas of a Stags’ matchday. Click the below links to redirect to the corresponding social media account.

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Match Reports

Report: Gillingham 1-1 Stags

30 September 2023

Davis Keillor-Dunn scored his eighth goal of the season as Stags extended their unbeaten start to the campaign with a 1-1 draw at promotion rivals Gillingham.

Hot-shot Keillor-Dunn cancelled out Gillingham’s early goal and despite the game opening up in an entertaining - if at times feisty - second-half, the points were shared.

Mansfield are now 13 games unbeaten in all competitions.

Five changes were made to the line-up from Tuesday’s thrilling Carabao Cup win over Peterborough United.

Jordan Bowery, Calum Macdonald, Ollie Clarke, Davis Keillor-Dunn and Lucas Akins replaced George Williams, Baily Cargill, Hiram Boateng, James Gale and Will Swan.

Stags got off to the worst possible start and conceded inside the opening two minutes after defender Lewis Brunt gave away possession midway inside his own half.

Connor Mahoney pounced on the error to make a simple intervention and roamed forward before squaring for Macauley Bonne to slot home from ten yards.

On six minutes, Stags’ left-back Calum Macdonald received the game’s first yellow card for a foul on Connor Mahoney on halfway.

On 13 minutes, Scott Malone tried his luck from distance but goalkeeper Christy Pym was well behind it.

Two minutes later, commanding defender Aden Flint stood firm to deny Shaun Williams’ rasping effort from 18 yards, which would have otherwise surely tested Pym.

Gillingham turned up the heat and this time Pym was needed to beat away Bonne’s right-footed strike after a cross from the flank.

Stags endeavoured to get the ball down and play and Macdonald saw two successive efforts blocked by a defender on the left of the box after latching onto George Maris’ searching pass.

Mansfield were growing into the game and Akins’ flashed a header narrowly beyond the far post from Maris’ well-taken corner.

On the half-hour mark, an unmarked Conor Masterson blazed over from ten yards following a free-kick for the Gills on the inside right channel.

Stags then drew level thanks to clever quick-thinking from midfielder Ollie Clarke on 37 minutes.

Brunt showed fine control in defence to loft a lovely ball forward to Maris, who then found Clarke. And seconds after the midfielder was tripped midway inside the visiting half, the ex Bristol Rovers man took a quick free-kick which caught the Gills’ defence off guard, enabling Keillor-Dunn to race forward and place his finish low beyond goalkeeper Jake Turner.

The Gills were incandescent with the referee’s decision to allow the goal to stand and in quick succession, Malone and Coleman were shown yellow cards.

Seconds before the referee blew for half-time, midfielder Lewis Reed struck wide from the edge of the box.

At the break, defender Baily Cargill replaced Calum Macdonald in a like-for-like change.

On 50 minutes, Stags almost took the lead when Clarke nipped to the byline before pulling it back for Maris, but the midfielder was on the stretch as he fired over from 12 yards.

Stags increased the tempo and Akins and Maris both saw shots blocked on 54 minutes.

At the other end, Malone skipped beyond two players before lashing a cross into the goal area, which Pym had to gather.

On 57, Pym could only parry Mahoney’s venomous drive, but Flint came to the rescue to deny Bonne a clean shot from the rebound.

The game started to open up and Stags went on the charge before the hour. Keillor-Dunn forced Turner into a smart stop with a shot inside the box and soon after, Clarke’s goalbound effort was blocked inside a packed penalty area.

On 61, Akins’ hurled a quick throw to the advancing Keillor-Dunn, who galloped forward before rifling towards the near post, which forced Turner into a decent save.

Ex-Stags’ midfielder George Lapslie was then brought on as part of two home changes.

Mansfield missed a golden opportunity to take the lead on 66 minutes.

The Gills were playing a high line and Stags looked to expose it to deadly effect.

Maris roamed through the middle and found the onrushing Keillor-Dunn, who advanced one-on-one with Turner, with the latter flying to the ground to nick the ball before Keillor-Dunn could round him.

Mansfield were in the ascendency and saw another good chance go begging on 73 minutes when Lewis curled an effort just wide from 20 yards.

Maris then saw his strike clip off a Gills’ defender, when he may have squared for Lewis, as Stags sought the advantage in the last 15 minutes.

On 80 minutes, Clarke made way for forward Will Swan, a clear sign of Nigel Clough’s intentions to win the contest.

Keillor-Dunn entered the referee’s book for a foul on substitute Ashley Nadesan on the Gills’ right flank.

In an end-to-end finale, Nadesan smashed over from close range in a glaring miss following a corner on 86 minutes.

In the last minute of stoppage time, James Gale replaced Keillor-Dunn.

Stags had a corner in the dying seconds, but Gillingham managed to clear and the points were shared.

GILLS: Turner, Alexander, Masterson, S. Williams, J. Williams (Clarke 63), Jefferies (Lapslie 63), Malone, Coleman, Ogie, Mahoney (Nadesan 82), Bonne

UNUSED SUBS: Morris, Ehmer, Nichols, McKenzie

STAGS: Pym, Bowery, Flint, Brunt, Macdonald (Cargill H/T), Reed, Lewis, Clarke (Swan 80), Maris, Keillor-Dunn (Gale 90+4), Akins

UNUSED SUBS: Flinders, Johnson, Williams, Boateng

REFEREE: Jacob Miles

ATTENDANCE: 6.486 (545 Stags’ fans)

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