The Gills, who won the League Two title last term, then make the stellar trip to Wolves before taking on Brentford at Priestfield on August 17.
They make the trip to bitter rivals Swindon on August 24 with the return fixture on January 18.
Christmas sees home games with Leyton Orient on Boxing Day and Walsall on December 29, with the new year coming in at Stevenage on January 1.
Easter weekend has games against Tranmere at home followed 48 hours later by a trip to Walsall, with the season coming to a close at home to Shrewsbury on May 3.
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