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Posh v Blackpool Preview!

Posh v Blackpool Preview!

And so as we head to wards our final few fixtures in the Championship before returning to League One, its time to welcome Blackpool to London Road.

The Tangerines, led by the marvellous Ian Hollaway, have performed out of their skins this season and at one stage looked set to gate-crash the play-offs, however they look like failing just short, although they`ll be hoping to join the plethora of clubs that have won at London Road this season.

Posh could head into this game without their top-rated keeper, Joe Lewis. Lewis has a hip problem and young James McKeown is on standby to make an appearance.

Also struggling to make the eleven is Scott Griffiths who is troubled by a stomach injury. But there is some good news with Liam Dickinson set to start after finally recovering from injury.

For the visitors, Ian Holloway will be looking for Charlie Adam, Ben Burgess and Neal Ardley to be available. As for a danger man, look no further than DJ Campbell.

As for the history books, they show that Posh have won 8 of the 13 duels between the two clubs in matches at London Road, however, this season, we did go down 2-0 at Bloomfield Road in the reciprocating fixture.

After losing 6-0 to Reading last Saturday, would it be too much to ask for a bit of cheer this weekend and a Posh win?


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Writer:PoshPete
Date:Friday April 23 2010
Time: 4:49PM

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