In a scrappy first half top-of-the-table Gillingham have been held by struggling Aldershot. The Gills relied on a long ball strategy for their attacks, but returning top scorer, Kedwell and strike partner, Burton were unable to break the deadlock, despite forcing 4 corners in the first 25 minutes.
For the Shots their best chance came from a shot by Danny Rose which was pushed away by Stuart Nelson. On the stroke of half time Kedwell had a great chance for the visitors but the ball was deflected wide.
Aldershot are unbeaten since new boss Andy Scott took over last month, while the Gills have set a new club record for away wins this season with eleven victories so far. If they don't lose today it will be their best away run for nearly forty years.
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