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Forest -Vs- Peterborough - Prediction (Poll)


A new poll has been added to predict the score of the Boxing Day clash between Nottingham Forest and Peterborough United.

Forest changed their manager over the summer bringing in "wally under the brolley" Steve McLaren. After a poor start, the former England manager left his post and was replaced by Steve Cotterill.

Unfortunately for them, they still haven`t started moving up the table and are currently in the final relegation place.

Forest are on a poor run of form and have failed to score in the last 5 games! They picked up a 0-0 draw away at Bristol City in their last outing and had two narrow 1-0 defeats prior to that which included conceding a goal in the 92nd minute!

Posh have also been on a poor run of form of late but managed to steady the ship last weekend with a 1-0 win over Coventry, even though the performance was less than impressive.

Who will win or will it be a draw?

Could this be Posh`s second clean sheet in a row?

Could Forest keep a clean sheet as well? If it ends 0-0, it will end a run of 97 games since Posh were last involved in a goalless draw.

You can add your vote on the poll down the right hand column of the site.

You can also join in the debate on the Forum or just add a comment below.



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Date:Wednesday December 21 2011

Time: 1:00PM

 

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