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Voting has closed to predict the Peterborough United v Stevenage Sky Bet League One match. Find out what was voted for and what the favourite prediction was.



Peterborough United v Stevenage
Location: London Road
Date: 23rd November, 2013
Kick-off: 15:00pm

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Stevenage make the short trip up the A1 to face a Posh side desperate to get back to winning ways.

Having lost three League matches in a row, Posh are expected to welcome back Lee Tomlin and Tommy Rowe into their side which also sees Michael Bostwick play his former club for the first time since signing for Posh.

Stevenage have been very unpredictable this season losing heavily at times but making top sides like Leyton Orient and Coventry City work very hard for a one goal win. Boro have also beaten the O`s in the JP Trophy quarter-final this month so Posh can`t take anything for granted.

The favourite prediction was a 2-0 victory for Posh while there were just two votes for a Boro win!

Can Posh get back to winning ways?

Anyone interested in backing Posh for a 2-0 win can get 13/2 from the Football League sponsors SkyBet. The two people that voted for a 2-0 Boro win can get odds of 25/1!

*Odds subject to fluctuation and correct at the time of print.

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Date:Saturday November 23 2013

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