Posh head to Boundary Park on Saturday looking to make it three league wins from three.
Peterborough United go in search of a third straight league victory on Saturday when Darren Ferguson's men travel to Boundary Park to face Oldham Athletic (3pm).
The Latics have won one of the last nine games and find themselves just outside the relegation places in Sky Bet League One, but the Posh boss is warning his side that Saturday's opponents will cause problems.
'Oldham are a side with good energies, we will have to contend with the energy they have in their side. They also have players that we know all about in James Wesolowski and Jonson Clarke-Harris.
'I am really surprised to see where they are in the table, but I firmly believe they will be clear of danger come the end of the season. For ourselves, we go into the game on the back of two wins and that gives us a bit of belief.
'I think after the Kidderminster game, we were searching for any light at the end of the tunnel, but after two wins, we have lifted each other and we look forward to the next game,' Ferguson said.
The Posh boss confirmed that Michael Bostwick and Tommy Rowe will train on Friday and if they come through unscathed, they will be available for selection on Saturday. Ferguson also hinted that Craig Alcock would start after his performance in the second half against Notts County in midweek.
Posh had sold over 100 tickets in advance for the game, but there is no price rise on the day. Please note, there is no student price available on the day.
Tickets are available at www.theposhtickets.com, via the 24-hour hotline 0844 847 1934 and in person at the Box Office.