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.
9. SIRIKI DEMBELE
If he can only play for an hour again I'd take that. He can cause enough destruction in that time.
10. HARRISON BURROWS
The teenager is already threatening to be the breakout star of the season for Posh. His pace, trickery and awareness makes him a must pick. Even if Posh play the same formation they used against Cardiff with two players deployed centrally behind Jonson Clarke-Harris I'd favour Burrows over Sammie Szmodics who is available again.
11. JONSON CLARKE-HARRIS
The powerful striker's performance against Cardiff was an eye-opener. To be able to bully those defensive brutes was an impressive feat. Same again tomorrow please.
12. THE SUBSTITUTES
The presence of Szmodics, Joel Randall and Jack Marriott (pictured) on the bench gives Posh some strong attacking options should they need them. Ethan Hamilton is the back up central midfielder, while Ronnie Edwards and Joe Tomlinson provide the defensive cover. Number two goalkeeper Dai Cornell has to be there obviously.