Published: 00:00, 11 August 2017 |
Know your Kent football? Here's your chance to prove it by beating a panel of football experts in our new weekly feature - Scoresight.
In this week's opening instalment, the panel is made up of KentOnline sports journalist Alex Hoad, Ray Turner, manager of Bostik South promotion-chasers Faversham Town, and Gills fan Henry Collier.
The four games chosen for the panel to mull over this week are Gillingham v Bradford in League 1, Dover at home to Wrexham and Maidstone's trip to Leyton Orient in the National League and Ashford's first game back in Bostik South, at home to Carshalton.
A perfect scoreline secures three points for the predictor while a correct result (win, lose or draw) earns a point.
First up, it's Ray Turner, long-time manager at the Shepherd Neame Stadium:
Gillingham 1-1 Bradford
Gills are looking much stronger defensively and will grind out a draw against a decent Bradford team who'll be looking to bounce back from defeat on Tuesday.
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