POSH v PORTSMOUTH

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POSH v PORTSMOUTH

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Peterborough United v Portsmouth Tuesday 16th. March (19:00)

REFEREE: JAMES OLDHAM

ASSISTANT REFEREES: Ian Smedley and Joseph Stokes

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Massive game for us, especially with Hull beating Oxford today
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It certainly helps that our boys have had a rest, and a few of their players will have played 120 minutes at Wembley today.
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bristleposh wrote: 13 Mar 2021, 22:15 It certainly helps that our boys have had a rest, and a few of their players will have played 120 minutes at Wembley today.
Saying that about rests, Posh will still play two games in a week. It's no real difference to a normal season when the team were playing Saturday to Saturday, except now it will be Tuesday to Tuesday!
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DaveLister wrote: 13 Mar 2021, 21:40 Massive game for us, especially with Hull beating Oxford today
At least we have 3 games in hand over Hull.
The teams that are most likely to challenge us for an automatic promotion spot -
Lincoln lost
Sunderland had a day off
Doncaster drew at home to Northampton!
Ipswich won
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It’s a three horse race between Hull, Posh & Sunderland in my opinion.

Two of those three will go up automatically
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Gaz_Miller wrote: 14 Mar 2021, 00:37 It’s a three horse race between Hull, Posh & Sunderland in my opinion.

Two of those three will go up automatically
It's looking that way Gaz but we still have 13 games or 39 points for us to win or lose! There is still plenty of time for an upsurge/collapse! Hull and Sunderland seem to be the two in-form teams at the moment. We need to pick up our current form, starting on Tuesday against Portsmouth. Mind you, they will be smarting a touch after losing to Salford in the Papa John's Trophy. Hopefully they will be shattered after 120 mins and losing the trophy on penalties. UTP
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And have now lost their manager as well
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They struggle to keep focussed on the game with one camera.
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I'm getting really nervous about tonight. It is a massive game for us.

If we win, we're right back on track. If we draw or lose, then automatics will start to look ropey. Not that we won't have enough points to play for, but it will be another one of those runs where you can't see where the next win is coming from.
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Sammie out, Burrows & Reed in
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Gaz_Miller wrote: 16 Mar 2021, 19:23 Sammie out, Burrows & Reed in
I think this is a 3-1 win tonight....with Dembele on Reed's shoulders, he'll be nodding in a hat-trick from Joe Ward's corners :lol: They're gonna be knackered after the extra time at the weekend....
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A win tonight, with two key players out, will be awesome.
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Big Steve helping us as much as he can.

We’re struggling against Pompey set up
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