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Rochdale v Posh | Match Preview

A look ahead to Saturday's game.

10 August 2018

Posh travel to Rochdale on Saturday in Sky Bet League One action.

Peterborough United look to build on the opening day success over Bristol Rovers when they travel to the Crown Oil Arena to face Keith Hill’s Rochdale on Saturday afternoon (3pm) in Sky Bet League One action.

Both sides go into the fixture off the back of victories last week with Dale securing an eye-catching 2-1 victory at Burton Albion thanks to a brace of goals from former Peterborough United midfielder Brad Inman.


“Keith Hill is someone that I get on with and someone that I admire. People may say he is an under-rated manager, but not by me, I know what a talented manager he is. He has done a wonderful job at Rochdale and personally I feel he was extremely unlucky to lose his job at Barnsley. They had an excellent win on the opening day and have some good players.

“Brad Inman scored twice on the opening day and we know that he has quality. We just felt we didn’t really have too much time to see him at close quarters so that is why the move to Rochdale was good for both parties. We will be going to Rochdale to get the three points. That is how we will set up,” Evans said.


Posh midfielder Adam King has been recalled to parent club Swansea City after picking up an injury in pre-season during the friendly victory over Bedford Town. Boss Steve Evans has confirmed that he would have been side-lined until at least October/November. New signing Ivan Toney goes straight into the Posh squad after joining from Newcastle United on transfer deadline day.


The game is not all-ticket for Posh supporters and there is no price rise on the day. As at 9am on Friday morning, a total of 305 tickets had been sold for the fixture.


The match referee for the game is Anthony Backhouse.


Posh will be wearing the brand new away strip for the game. The white kit is available to purchase in the Club Shop which is open from 9am until 5pm on Friday and from 9am until 3pm on Saturday.


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O'Hara At The Double In Big Posh Away Success

Mark O'Hara took his tally to three in two in big win at Rochdale.

11 August 2018

Mark O'Hara celebrates his goal with Jason Cummings Joe Dent /
Mark O'Hara celebrates his goal with Jason Cummings

Emphatic victory for Steve Evans' men as goals from Mark O'Hara (2), Matt Godden and Jason Cummings earn away win.

Peterborough United made it two wins from two in emphatic style as a brace from Mark O’Hara and goals from the strikeforce of Jason Cummings and Matt Godden saw Steve Evans men romp to a 4-1 win at the Crown Oil Arena against Rochdale.

Brad Inman nodded a header over the bar inside the opening minute after a quick incisive counter-attack from the home side after Posh gave away possession in the final third. Siriki Dembele tested goalkeeper Lillis with a superb effort from 30-yards which the keeper did well to tip over. Moments later an O’Hara effort hit the boot of Godden, but was routine for the goalkeeper to collect.

The hosts got the breakthrough on 17 minutes as Daniel was penalised for a foul on Rafferty in the box by referee Mr Backhouse. Ian HENDERSON took the spot-kick and sent Chapman the wrong way from 12-yards. Chapman was well placed on 23 minutes to claim a deflected Camps shot as Dale pushed for a second goal.

The scores were level on 26 minutes as a fine cross from Dembele was met by the head of Jason CUMMINGS for his first goal in Posh colours and he celebrated in his trademark style. It was 2-1 to Steve Evans’ men on 34 minutes as a free-kick from Dembele was nodded back across goal by Cummings and O’HARA was there to head home for his second goal in as many games for the club following his summer move from Scotland.

Woodyard was cautioned for a foul on 42 minutes by referee Mr Backhouse after Camps was upended 35-yards from goal. Delaney headed a corner kick wide of the target on the stroke of half-time after Camps’ shot from distance was deflected wide.

Done squandered a fine chance in stoppage time after the ball fell kindly for him on his left-foot, but he stabbed wide of the target. McGahey was cautioned for a foul on Dembele following a strong run moments later. From the resulting free-kick, Dembele saw a superb free-kick parried by Lillis and GODDEN was on hand to score the rebound to give Posh a two-goal half-time cushion.

Rochdale made a change on 49 minutes with Calvin Andrew replacing Rafferty. Wilbraham headed a teasing Inman cross over the bar on 53 minutes before Lillis made a wonderful stop at the other end to tip a Godden volley around the post.

Daniel then saw a low shot well gathered by Lillis after good hold-up play by Cummings against the odds. Andrew was denied by the knee of Chapman before Dembele saw a powerful drive from distance clip the top of the crossbar with Lillis clutching at thin air.

Dembele curled over from distance before Ivan Toney replaced Cummings in the Posh attack on 72 minutes. Former Posh left-back Kgosi Ntlhe replaced Done in the final Dale change of the afternoon 13 minutes from time. Ntlhe had a fine chance to reduce the arrears after Chapman had denied Andrew with a fine stop but the defender fired over.

Steve Evans replaced Dembele with Callum Cooke with five minutes to play. Posh made it 4-1 deep into stoppage time as good strength from Toney allowed O’HARA to stride through and confidently slot the ball past the advancing keeper.

Rochdale: Lillis, Rafferty (sub Andrew 49min), Delaney, McGahey (sub Cannon 66min), Williams, Camps, Done (sub Ntlhe 77min), Perkins, Wilbraham, Inman, Henderson. Unused subs: McNulty, Rathbone, Moore, Adshead.

Posh: Chapman, Naismith, Daniel, Bennett, Woodyard, Tafazolli, O’Hara, Ward, Godden (sub Yorwerth 90min), Dembele (sub Cooke 85min), Cummings (sub Toney 72min). Unused subs: Tyler, Reed, Cooper, Cooke, Denton.

Half-time: Rochdale 1-3 Peterborough United
Full-time: Rochdale 1-4 Peterborough United
Attendance: 3,128 (565 Posh fans)


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