Gillingham V Fleetwood Town at MEMS Priestfield Stadium : Match Preview
Zesh Rehman in line for Gillingham return
Zesh Rehman could return to the Gillingham team for the visit of Fleetwood.
The centre-back was on the bench for Easter Monday's 3-0 defeat at Charlton following his recovery from a hamstring injury and is pushing for a start.
Utility-man Chris Herd has made his return to the squad after a knee problem as the Australian targets a first appearance since mid-March but midfielder Scott Wagstaff is set to remain on the sidelines with an Achilles problem.
Defender Bradley Garmston (hamstring) continues his recovery while Aaron Morris (knee) is a long-term absentee.
Promotion-chasing Fleetwood are boosted by the return of Cian Bolger, Devante Cole and Jimmy Ryan.
Manager Uwe Rosler revealed the trio had returned to training as his side look to keep the pressure on Bolton in the race for automatic promotion.
Bolger (knee) has missed the last two games while Cole (groin) has been sidelined since early March and Ryan (foot) since November.
Rosler has no new injury problems to contend with following the 1-0 win at Millwall that moved them to within two points of Bolton with two games to go.