POSH v MK DONS Saturday 16th. January (3.00pm)

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POSH v MK DONS Saturday 16th. January (3.00pm)

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Peterborough United v Milton Keynes Dons Saturday 16th. January (15:00)

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Just the one change from Tuesday Mason in for suspended Thompson
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The state of that pitch
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Down to Sixth for a bit 😢 at least until kick off
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Lovely move and a goal for Sammie. Hurrah.
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Very good first half with some great set up play from Dembele and Ward for the goals which were very well taken. We lost control a bit and they came into it especially with Kent off the pitch for so long...Beevers and Mason did very well....JCH is a bit of a lump and has the control of a brick wall but he is big presence for sure....well played Posh on a pitch that reminds me of Fosdyke away on a Sunday morning :clap2:
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Very good win that and withstood some decent pressure in the 2nd half and got the breakaway goal to seal it - well played Posh and great to see Szmodics finally get in on the goal action. Dembele a threat throughout and good all over the field....onwards!!!
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Best performance for a while. Never really looked like conceding apart from the one that hit the bar.
Hamilton much more of a presence than Brown and Mason played surprisingly well.
If we can beat Charlton it puts us in a strong position.
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A good entertaining game. M.K. not in it. Very satisfied.
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3-0 only one team looked like winning. I didn’t think I’d ever say it but I thought Mason was outstanding and was our man of the match
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Great game. Great result.
Charlton may not be as easy, nor will Ipswich. But if we play the way we did today we could win them both.
Steve Evans did us a favour with Gillingham beating Accrington.
Hull seem to be in a bad patch at the moment so Accrington might win there on Tuesday or at least get a draw.
I can see Posh and Portsmouth occupying the top two spots on Saturday night.
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tonyp wrote: 16 Jan 2021, 22:21 Great game. Great result.
Charlton may not be as easy, nor will Ipswich. But if we play the way we did today we could win them both.
Steve Evans did us a favour with Gillingham beating Accrington.
Hull seem to be in a bad patch at the moment so Accrington might win there on Tuesday or at least get a draw.
I can see Posh and Portsmouth occupying the top two spots on Saturday night.
I take it you are expecting both Lincoln's two home games against Gillingham and Wobbhlers to be postponed for Covid reasons
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bristleposh wrote: 17 Jan 2021, 09:31
tonyp wrote: 16 Jan 2021, 22:21 Great game. Great result.
Charlton may not be as easy, nor will Ipswich. But if we play the way we did today we could win them both.
Steve Evans did us a favour with Gillingham beating Accrington.
Hull seem to be in a bad patch at the moment so Accrington might win there on Tuesday or at least get a draw.
I can see Posh and Portsmouth occupying the top two spots on Saturday night.
I take it you are expecting both Lincoln's two home games against Gillingham and Wobbhlers to be postponed for Covid reasons
Either that or I'm expecting Lincoln to lose them both.

Of course I could have completely forgotten about Lincoln!! :oops:
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