Posh conclude their Sky Bet League One campaign this Sunday with a trip to the SportsDirect.com Park, looking to win successive games and end the season on a high.
Oldham Athletic host Peterborough United for the 12:15pm kickoff in a match that both sides will want to win to carry momentum into pre-season.
The struggling Latics currently lie in 16th, having not won in their last seven league games , and will want to end the season on a positive note in what will be their final home fixture until 2015-16.
Posh come into the game on the back of a thrilling, last-gasp 4-3 win at home to Crawley Town. Manager Dave Robertson is hoping for more of the same on the club’s last away day of 2014-15 and has no fresh injury worries as the club aim to secure the three points needed for a seventh place finish.
"It would be great if we can finish in the top seven. I've enjoyed the pressures - the ups and getting back up from the downs when it's been tough. I always wake up with a smile on my face and long may it continue.”
As well as the importance of the three points, Robertson also spoke of the club’s desire to get a win for the late Chris Turner, a Posh legend who sadly passed away earlier this week. Posh will wear black armbands this Sunday.
"We'd love to get the three points and dedicate them to Chris Turner, the club's former player, manager, chairman and owner, who died this week. It's been an extremely sad week for the club."
Youngsters Leonardo Da-Silva Lopes and Jonny Edwards are both in contention to start alongside Conor Washington up front, with only the suspended Kgosi Ntlhe, the injured Jon Taylor and long-term absentees Jack Baldwin and Jermaine Anderson missing for Posh.
"We'll be quite open, the players from last Saturday have earned the right to be in the group, and there's every chance Leo (Da-Silva Lopes) and Jonny (Edwards) could get a start. Most importantly we want to get our creative players on the pitch, the players who'll open teams up and score goals for us."
Oldham share a similarity with Peterborough in that manager Dean Holden, like Dave Robertson, is currently only in charge until the end of the season and both bosses will want to prove why they should remain in the hot-seat on a permanent basis.
Former Posh player Holden, who took caretaker charge in February, has won 3 of his 14 games as Oldham manager and Dave Robertson spoke highly of his opposite number ahead of the encounter.
“They’re a strong side, they’re a good side, and we know what to expect. We’re definitely not going to read into that (their recent record) too much. We’ve done our homework on Oldham and we know how they’re going to play and the strengths they’ve got in their side, as well as weaknesses we’ll look to exploit.
“Dean was a good player here and solid in everything that he did. I really hope for him that he gets his job at Oldham and gets his opportunity, because I think there’s a lot of young up and coming managers that are worthy of that chance. Dean is one that deserves a chance and hopefully we’ll win the game on Sunday and he’ll still get it!”
Posh have sold more than 200 tickets in advance of the clash, with more information available at www.theposhtickets.com, the Ticketmaster hotline 0844 847 1934 or in person at the ABAX Stadium Box Office.