Darren Moore says his players are ready for the challenges they face for the remainder of the season.
Ten of Rovers’ last 14 games are away from home, and the manager believes their recent form on the road is an indication of their quality.
He said: “As it stands the majority of our games for the rest of the season are away from home and we will have to do well in different circumstances.
“We’re aware of the tests that lie ahead but first and foremost we’re focused on going up against a tough Gillingham side.”
Rovers travel to Priestfield Stadium on Saturday to take on a Gillingham side unbeaten in their previous 12 matches.
He added: “They know what they’re about and have an experienced manger who knows this division like the back of his hand.
“They have the resilience and understanding of how they want to play, and that’s what has put them on such a good run.
“Steve Evans has managed almost 1,000 games which is a great achievement and a testament to his longevity at this level.”