Jonson Clarke-Harris of Peterborough United in action with Lewis O'Brien of Huddersfield Town. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

My Peterborough United team to try and take the game to Bournemouth involves a drastic formation change

Peterborough United need to try something new to arrest what seems an inevitable slide back to League One.

By Alan Swann
Monday, 7th March 2022, 7:07 am

I’ve therefore ditched the three centre-back formation which hasn’t helped Posh defensively anyway (0-6 in the last two Championship matches) for a midfield diamond system which manager Grant McCann at least knows well from his playing days.

A more positive approach might just take a Bournemouth side, who haven’t been playing particularly well anyway. by surprise. If Posh can at least take the lead who knows what will happen?

I’m assuming goalkeeper Steven Benda and centre-back Frankie Kent have recovered from illness and that Jack Taylor is fit enough to start.

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