Marcus Braddock gives us his preview ahead of tomorrow's game against Peterborough
This weekend we face fourth-placed Peterborough United in our penultimate game of 2018. Posh are having a pretty good season after being relegated with just four defeats in Sky Bet League One. Three of those four defeats came at home leaving just the one from away games which means they have the second best away record on this division. When it comes to away goals Posh are top of the tree with 24 scored on the road although their eleven goals conceded means that their goal difference is lower than each of the top three's and that of Barnsley.
Top Scorers (league goals)
Matt Godden 9
Jason Cummings 6
Ivan Toney 6
Siriki Dembele 5
Sikiri Dembele 5
Marcus Maddison 4
Jason Cummings 3
Matt Godden 3
Ivan Toney 3
3 from away games and 1 from home games.
Peterborough have conceded just twice in the first half of away games this season but have scored eight in reply.
Their strongest periods of the game in terms of goals scored are the first fifteen minutes of the second half and the last fifteen minutes of the game with seven scored in each.
In winning 70% of their away games they have averaged 2.3 points per away game.
No scoreline has been repeated in their ten away games this season but 40% of their away games have been goalless at half time.
Michael Salisbury from Lancashire. Games this season: 22. Yellow cards: 63. Red cards: 3.
Assistants: Chris Isherwood and Mark Griffiths
Fourth Official : Helen Byrne
Sam Ricketts appears to have a full squad to chose from, as does Steve Evans.
On paper this is probably the most difficult home game of the season with the numbers showing Posh to be in with a good chance of winning, Having said that, we've not lost at home since Sunderland won 2-0 at Montgomery Waters Meadow on October 2nd so we've got a good chance of getting something too.