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Gillingham boss Peter Taylor is not planning on wholesale changes ahead of the League 1 clash against Peterborough

13 December 2013
by Luke Cawdell

Amine Linganzi

Amine Linganzi

Peter Taylor isn’t planning major changes for the visit of Peterborough.

The Gills boss is unlikely to have either Steven Gregory or Craig Fagan back available.

He said: “I am not looking at too many changes from the Notts County game. Craig Fagan is getting closer but he will now be probably thinking about Tranmere.”

Gregory is back in training following his hamstring injury but is not expected to be fit for the weekend.

Amine Linganzi isn’t ready for 90 minutes but could start. Taylor said: “He has a chance – and more chance of starting and not finishing.”

Former Peterborough player Charlie Lee is battling to be fit to face his former
club.

Taylor said: “He has a little bit of a strain but we think it is just tiredness."

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