The lowdown on Saturday's game
Reds are back at home on Saturday for the first time in seven weeks when we entertain Peterborough United, kick off 3pm, in SkyBet League One.
Referee: Lee Collins
Assistants: Stuart Butler and Lee Vennamore
Fourth Official: Dean Treleaven
Reds won 2-0 at London Road in August when the sides met for the first time in a competitive fixture.
Reds are without Billy Clarke, who completes a two-match ban. Andy Drury (shin) should be fit after he limped off in the first half at Swindon on Tuesday.
Posh welcome back midfielder Jack Payne, who has recovered from a groin injury.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: “Getting to Wembley in the JPT final will be a great thing for Darren Ferguson because he is going to get good performances out of his side because all their lads will want to play in the final. They have won their last two and are in good form so it’s not going to be easy.”
Darren Ferguson (Peterborough manager): “They played well when they beat us at our place and although the manager has changed they still play the same way and players like Matt Tubbs are a handful for any League One defence.”
Reds have lost just three of their last 16 in all competitions and are unbeaten in five in the league.
Peterborough are undefeated in five and have won their last two away games in the league.
SATURDAY’S OTHER GAMES
Bradford City v Stevenage
Bristol City v Gillingham
Carlisle v Brentford
Crewe v Swindon
Leyton Orient v Colchester
MK Dons v Sheffield United
Preston v Walsall
Rotherham v Notts County
Tranmere v Oldham
Wolves v Port Vale
Coventry City v Shrewsbury
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