I reckon a positive approach and a flying start against a team who must be lacking in confidence is the way to guarantee three points for Posh.
I’m playing a 4-2-3-1 formation and I’m assuming midfield ace Jack Taylor remains unfit.
Remember it’s the team I would pick, not the team I think Posh boss Darren Ferguson will select.
5. JOSH KNIGHT
He should get a run of games in his favoured position of centre-back now that Beevers is sidelined.
6. OLIVER NORBURN
He's been at Posh for under a fortnight and already he's an automatic pick in the centre of midfield. His ability to tackle strongly and to pass quickly and accurately is a winning combination.
7. JORGE GRANT
He'd have played regardless of the reshuffle caused by Beevers' injury. He will have to sit behind three dashing attacking midfielders/forwards in this team, but he should enjoy have three very mobile players in front of him.
8. JOE WARD
Ward has been irresistible in two home Championship matches so I'm hoping he can maintain that form on the road. I don't see why he can't from a more attacking wide right position. If former Posh full-back Andrew Hughes is marking him Ward could be in business.