Shrewsbury Town host Peterborough United this Friday in the Sky Bet League One. Kick-off is at 3pm.
With Town aiming for their sixth home win in a row, both sides will be looking for a better result than the one they picked up at the weekend.
Salop suffered defeat on Saturday while Posh had to settle for a draw at home to out-of-form Oxford United.
There have been 60 meetings between Salop and Posh, with each club winning 21 of those and the remaining 18 ending in draws. The last meeting between the sides ended in a victory for Peterborough, as they won 2-1 at the London Road Stadium in March. Before that, Shrewsbury were 3-1 winners in the second round FA Cup tie at Montgomery Waters Meadow in November last year.
Name: Peterborough United
Stadium: London Road Stadium
Founded: 1934 (89 years ago)
Chairman: Darragh MacAnthony
Manager: Darren Ferguson
Record league win: 9-1 vs Barnet, Division Three, 5th September 1998
Record defeat (in any competition): 1-8 vs Northampton Town, FA Cup 2nd round replay, 18th December 1946
Highest league finish: 10th, Division One, 1992/1993 season
One to watch: Jonson Clarke-Harris
Jonson Clarke-Harris has scored 22 times in the league this season for Posh, with a further two in the EFL Trophy. The 28-year-old striker was top scorer for Posh last season with 12 goals in their Championship campaign. Before Peterborough, Clarke-Harris was with Bristol Rovers from January 2019 until he re-joined Posh in August 2020.