ECHOSPORT talks to Gillingham fan Lewis Browning ahead of tomorrow’s game.

What have you made of the season so far?

“There’s a general feeling that what’s going on at Gillingham is a work in progress.

"I think I can speak for most fans in saying that we thought it’d be a bit better than it has been, but I’m optimistic we’ll pick up form.

"There have been glimpses of quality but, ultimately, results haven’t been there.”

What were the hopes for this season?

“When Steve Evans was announced, the talk was reaching the play-offs. Evans may be a controversial guy, but there’s no doubting he gets performances and results on the pitch wherever he goes.

"If he hangs around I think we’ll get there eventually.

"But the ambitions may have already changed for this season.”

How have things been with Steve Evans in charge?

“Eventful, that’s for sure! Fans were divided when he came in and still are, really, but he got a lot of them onside pretty quickly with some of the things he was saying.

"As I said, results haven’t been great, but there have been glimpses and he provides plenty of entertainment and controversy on the touchline and in the press room!”

Who is the dangerman?

“Alex Jakubiak is our top goalscorer and he constantly looks a threat, but I’d still say our dangerman is striker Brandon Hanlan.

"He’s quick, direct and his hold-up play is getting better. He just needs to add a few goals.”

What’s the team news?

“Matty Willock is still injured but, apart from that, I’m pretty sure we’re 100 per cent fitness wise.

"There will probably be a few changes after last week’s disappointing loss at Oxford, but we’ve pretty much got our whole squad to pick from.

"We’ve started our last two games with a back three, but swapped pretty early to a back four in both matches. I think we’ll start with a diamond.”