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Team News: John Mousinho starts for Boro

Graham Westley names John Mousinho in his starting lineup for tonight's visit of Gillingham, with the midfielder making his second Stevenage debut.

Stevenage manager Graham Westley has named the returning John Mousinho in his starting lineup for tonight's League One encounter against Gillingham.

Mousinho rejoined the club on loan from Preston North End, and he goes straight into the team along with Dean Parrett who has shaken off a knock picked up last week.

There's a spot on the Boro bench for Michael Doughty who himself picked up a minor injury, while Jo N'Guessan is also named as a substitute after returning from his loan spell at Arlesey.

Meanwhile, Gillingham are without winger Chris Whelpdale and midfielder Danny Kedwell with both missing through injury, although Charlie Lee has recovered in time for a place on the bench.

Stevenage: Day, Jones, Mousinho, Charles, Akins, Zoko, Parrett, Heslop, Freeman, Smith, Hartley
Subs: Smith, Wedgbury, Burrow, Doughty, Andrade, N'Guessan, Deacon

Gillingham: Nelson, Hewitt, Davies, Legge, Martin, Dack, Hessenthaler, Gregory, Smith, McDonald, Akinfenwa
Subs: Baxter, Barrett, Harriman, Weston, Lee, Fagan, Pigott

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