Jackson to Bury the Shakers
Gillingham travel to play Bury in what will be a repeat of the FA Cup tie two weeks ago.
As well as the match being repeated it is highly likely that an away win will be repeated.
Gillingham have been improving in recent weeks and have risen up to seventh in the table above Bury who have been struggling of late and are now down in ninth.
Top scorer Simeon Jackson will lead the line for the Gills and will be a threat to the Bury back line.
Jackson's side have won four of the last five including the victory in the Cup against Bury.
Whereas the Shakers have lost six of their last seven matches including a home loss to Grimsby last week which was the Mariner's first league win of the season.
Bury are a side in free fall following a very surprising good start to the season.
Gillingham can be backed at 2/1 for the three points which is terrific value when you bear in mind the respective sides form.
Also at the weekend Rochdale host bottom of the table Luton at Spotland.
Dale have not lost in seven league matches and are a side on a mission to at least match last season's achievement of losing play-off finalists. Keith Hill's side have now risen to fourth.
Luton would be 16th if not for their massive points deduction but instead sit eight points adrift of second from bottom Bournemouth.
Rochdale are available at 8/11 for the victory and that is very backable.
Eleventh placed Chesterfield are also at home and they face Accrington Stanley.
Chesterfield have not lost in five league matches and are 4/5 to get the three points this weekend.
A £10 treble on Gillingham, Rochdale and Chesterfield will pay returns of £93.27.