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Ipswich 0 - Gillingham 1

Mamady Sidibe's second goal in as many games earned Gillingham a first ever win against managerless Ipswich at Portman Road on Saturday.

The big striker struck in the 34th minute when he headed home from close range after Chris Hope had glanced on Andy Hessenthaler's corner.

Gillingham were indebted to goalkeeper Jason Brown for a string of magnificent saves to foil and frustrate the home side.

Striker Marlon King,released from prison on Thursday, replaced Tommy Johnson in the 65th minute and then missed a sitter in the dying seconds to round off an eventful week.

Attendance: 24,176.

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