A look ahead to Saturday's game
Referee: Charles Breakspear
Assistants: Richard Martin and Steven Rushton
Fourth Official: Adam Crysell
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Conor Henderson (ankle) and Dean Leacock (groin) are sidelined but Marvin Elliott returns after recovering from a shin infection.
For Peterborough, striker Luke James has recovered from injury but Kgosi Ntihe is suspended and Jon Taylor, Jermaine Anderson and Jack Baldwin are all sidelined.
Reds have won five of their last nine games.THE FORM GUIDE
Peterborough have won of their last eight and are without a victory in six games.
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "Peterborough might not have much to play for but they are still very hard to beat at their place. I'm under no illusions as to how tough a game it's going to be but we will be fully prepared for it and we're going there trying to win."Dean Saunders
"Dave Robertson, Peterborough caretaker manager (pictured):Our home form has been good and we want to make the ABAX Stadium a tough place to go (for visiting teams). I think the players enjoying playing at the ground and that is vitally important going forward."
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
This will be our fourth meeting with the Posh. Reds won both meetings last season, 2-0 at London Road when Gary Alexander scored twice and 1-0 last March when Matt Tubbs' penalty proved decisive. Earlier this season Peterborough won 4-1 at the Checkatrade.com Stadium with Izale McLeod scoring for Reds.
REST OF THE LEAGUE ONE FIXTURES
Bradford City v Barnsley
Chesterfield v Bristol City
Coventry v Crewe
Fleetwood v Colchester United
Leyton Orient v Sheffield United
Notts County v Doncaster Rovers
Preston v Swindon
Rochdale v MK Dons
Scunthorpe v Gillingham
Walsall v Oldham Athletic
Yeovil v Port Vale
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