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Posh v Fleetwood | Match Preview

A look ahead to Saturday's game.

27 April 2018

Steve Evans' men entertain Fleetwood Town on Saturday afternoon at the ABAX Stadium.

Peterborough United conclude their home Sky Bet League One programme with a fixture against Fleetwood Town at the ABAX Stadium on Saturday (3pm) and manager Steve Evans will want to end the season well with an away trip to Portsmouth still to come.

Posh slipped to a 3-1 reverse at Shrewsbury Town in midweek while the Cod Army were beaten by Wigan Athletic at Highbury in their last fixture. Fleetwood have appointed Joey Barton as their new gaffer and he will take charge in the summer following the conclusion of John Sheridan’s contract with the club.


Posh are waiting on the fitness of Marcus Maddison and Jack Marriott ahead of the game, but goalkeeper Conor O’Malley has been ruled out due to a muscular problem. Ryan Tafazolli and Alex Penny are also on the sidelines due to injury.

Fleetwood have a fully-fit squad for the trip to the ABAX Stadium. Manager John Sheridan could make changes after last week's 4-0 thrashing by Wigan, for what will be his penultimate match in charge.


“John has done a very good job at Fleetwood and he will not be short of suitors in the summer when he is replaced by Joey Barton. Fleetwood have some good players and will provide a tough test for us but we want to finish the season well. I don’t like losing games and it is important that we give our home supporters something to remember us by before the summer.”


“Peterborough will be disappointed. Their aim was to get in the play-offs and they have always been in and around there. I don’t think they can get in there now and they will be disappointed but Steve has only just gone in.

“Peterborough are one of those teams. On their day they can be very good; they have got good players attacking-wise, they play good football but they are on a slippery run at the moment. They have not got a lot to play for but Steve, like myself, will have a bit of pride in wanting his team to win and, being at home, wanting to finish in style. Steve won’t want to lose, I don’t want to lose it; will be a good game and hopefully we will come out on top,” John Sheridan said.


Tickets are available at, via the Ticketmaster hotline 0844 847 1934 (calls cost 7ppm plus your network access fee) and in person at the ABAX Stadium Box Office.


The match referee is Graham Horwood.

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Posh End Home Campaign With Solid Victory

Jack Marriott on target in 2-0 win.

28 April 2018

Jack Marriott and George Cooper celebrate after scoring against Fleetwood Town Joe Dent /
Jack Marriott and George Cooper celebrate after scoring against Fleetwood Town

Steve Evan's men recorded a 2-0 victory over Fleetwood Town at the ABAX Stadium in their final home league game of the season

Peterborough United concluded their home Sky Bet League One programme with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Fleetwood Town at the ABAX Stadium with Jack Marriott taking his total for the season to 33 with a typical superb finish.

Goalkeeper Chris Neal was called upon inside the opening 10 minutes to deny the league’s top goalscorer Jack Marriott as he raced onto a fine Marcus Maddison pass, the keeper denying the former Luton Town front man with his legs.

Ashley Eastham fired wide from long-range at the other end as the Cod Army put together a neat period of play. George Cooper saw a low shot well gathered by Neal after an intelligent header from Marriott on the quarter hour mark.

Sowerby had a go from range moments later with his powerful drive just going over the crossbar. Anthony Grant came desperately close to his first goal in a Posh shirt on 21 minutes as his powerful effort from 25-yards smacked the underside of the crossbar before being hacked clear.

Marriott glanced a Maddison free-kick wide on 43 minutes as Posh tried to find the breakthrough before the interval. One minute of added time was indicated by the fourth official but there no action to report.

The deadlock was broken on 52 minutes and it was a trademark lob from striker Jack MARRIOTT who lifted the ball over the advancing goalkeeper with his right-foot for his 33rd goal of the campaign.

Cooper saw a clever lob drift just over the top on 56 minutes as Posh pushed for a second goal in the tricky conditions. Neal diverted a fierce drive from Edwards onto the crossbar moments later, although the keeper would have been relieved to see it hit the woodwork after failing to grab the effort at the first attempt.

Jonathan Bond produced his first save of the afternoon on 67 minutes, beating a curler from Ashley Hunter away from danger. Cooper saw a left-foot shot go wide of the near post at the other end after cutting inside onto his favoured foot.

Posh made a change in the final quarter of the match with Danny Lloyd replacing Maddison who departed to standing ovation. On 76 minutes, Bond managed to keep out an over-hit Coyle cross before parrying a low Dempsey shot away from danger.

Posh doubled the lead on 77 minutes and it was a fine goal in both its creation and its finish – substitute Danny Lloyd with good work on the left and his driven cross was superbly guided home on the volley by George COOPER.

Hiwula was a whisker away from reducing the arrears on 80 minutes, but his side-foot volley somehow rolled the wrong side of the post for the Cod Army. In stoppage time, Coyle cracked the top of the crossbar with a superb curling effort as the visitors came close to a consolation goal.

Posh: Bond, Shephard, Hughes, Baldwin, Edwards, Maddison (sub Lloyd 75min), Marriott (sub Kanu 90min), Da Silva Lopes, Taylor, Cooper (sub Ward 84min), Grant. Unused subs: Tyler, Forrester, Doughty, Anderson.

Fleetwood: Neal, Coyle, Eastham, Pond, Dempsey, McAleny (sub Grant 78min), Bolger, Madden (sub Hiwula 53min) Glendon, Hunter, Sowerby (sub Biggins 60min). Unused subs: Cairns, Diagouraga, Jones, Sheron.

Half-time: Peterborough United 0-0 Fleetwood Town
Full-time: Peterborough United 2-0 Fleetwood Town
Attendance: 4,667 (88 Fleetwood fans)

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