Parker has been away with Antigua and Barbuda, while Callum Reilly
(hamstring) will be assessed after he was forced off during the first
half of the defeat at Bradford, where he started at left-back. Bradley
Garmston was pushed further forwards against the Bantams, while Conor
Wilkinson will be hoping to lead the attack again ahead of Tom Eaves.

Midfielder Billy Bingham (broken ankle) is still out, but is making good
progress towards his return to action, while defender Aaron Morris
(knee) also continues his rehabilitation.

MK Dons will assess Callum Brittain after the midfielder came back from
international duty with England Under-20s. Defender Scott Golbourne has
resumed training full time following hip surgery so should be in
contention, while midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker could also feature after
signing on a short-term deal.

Forward Osman Sow, though, missed the goalless draw against Blackpool
last weekend and has been to see a specialist as his unspecified injury
continues to be assessed. On-loan Middlesbrough midfielder Marcus
Tavernier is being carefully monitored on his return to full match
fitness, while defender Josh Tymon is recovering from groin surgery.

Gillingham have never lost at home against MK Dons in all competitions
(W4 D2).

MK Dons have won each of their last two league matches against the
Gills, winning 1-0 at the Priestfield earlier this season.

Gillingham have only lost one of their 11 home league matches under
manager Steve Lovell (W3 D7).

Since picking up just two points in his first seven League One matches
in charge (D2 L5), MK Dons have collected seven points from their last
three games (W2 D1) under Dan Micciche.

玩法 主队 指数 客队 让分 吉林汉姆(0.95) 平/半 米尔顿凯恩斯(0.93)