Date:Friday August 31 2012
Peterborough United travel to Birmingham City as the look to pick up their first points of the season, in their fourth attempt.
Birmingham City -Vs- Peterborough United
Venue: St. Andrews
Date: 1st September, 2012
Grant McCann`s wonder free kick earned Posh a point in this fixture last season, Posh will be hoping to go one better this time out against Lee Clark`s Birmingham City.
The Blues welcome Posh to St. Andrews as they also look to kick start their season. They`ve picked up just one point in their first three games, and find themselves only one place above Posh in the Championship table. This will be the first time Lee Clark has faced the Posh since the playoff final, where Clark took charge of Huddersfield, and we all know what happened that day!!
Posh will now be without Paul Taylor, after he completed his sideways move to Ipswich Town before transfer deadline day. Tommy Rowe is still injured and is a few weeks away from returning to training. Dave Hibbert, as ever, won`t be involved as he continues to try and return from a long lasting injury.
New signing Kane Ferdinand also won`t be in the squad, as he didn`t complete his move to the club in time for the noon deadline set for registering players. Ferdinand has been Posh`s only deadline day signing, and if they make any more before 11pm tonight (Friday), they will also not be able to register for the match.
Danny Swanson could be pushing for a start after his recent good performances, while Nat Knight-Percival could make his league debut if Shaun Brisley doesn`t completely recover from the knock he picked up against Reading in midweek.
Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Daniel Kearns are all still not up to full fitness and wont feature in the match. Craig Alcock, Lee Frecklington and Gaby Zakuani will all return to the squad after being rested in midweek.
Vital Posh predicts the starting line-up could be:
Alcock, Brisley, Zakuani, Ntlhe
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