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      • (50') M. Mothersille
      • (67') J. Randall
      • (79') M. Mothersille
      • (4') K. Dempsey
      • (8') D. Charles (PG)
      • (82') C. Jerome
      • (87') J. Randall
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      • (58') J. Dacres-Cogley
      • (61') G. Thomason
      • (73') E. Toal

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          Peterborough vs Bolton Wanderers Preview, Tips & Stats

          Bolton Wanderers make the trip to the ABAX Stadium to take on Peterborough this weekend. Peterborough are at least qualified for the Play-offs along with Bolton, though The Wanderers could also pinch automatic promotion from Derby.

          Peterborough currently sit fourth in League One after 45 games. The Posh have 25 wins, eight draws and 12 losses, leaving them on 83 points, nine points above Lincoln in the last Play-off spot.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Peterborough have three wins and two losses.

          The visit from relegated Port Vale saw Joel Randall open the scoring for The Posh in the first half added time. A penalty from Harrison Burrows and an own goal from Alex Iacovitti gave Peterborough the 3 - 0 win over a Port Vale side that had just one shot on target. However, the trip to Oxford United was one to forget for The Posh. A brace from Ruben Rodrigues, goals from Josh Murphy and Billy Bodin along with a penalty from Mark Harris gave Oxford the 5 - 0 win.

          Peterborough bounced back against Fleetwood. Bosun Lawal gave Fleetwood the lead in the first minute but Malik Mothersille made it level before halftime. In the last ten minutes of the game Archie Finn Collins put The Posh ahead and in added time Jonson Clarke-Harris scored twice to give Peterborough the 4 - 1 win. Randall and Ricky-Jade Jones both scored in the 2 - 0 win over Bristol Rovers.

          The last time out for Peterborough was against Cheltenham. Joe Nuttall and Matt Taylor both scored in the first half to give Cheltenham the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Peterborough couldn’t reply with any of their three shots on target and slumped to a 2 - 0 loss.

          Bolton sit just above Peterborough in third in League One. In 45 games, Bolton have 25 wins, 11 draws and nine losses which leaves them on 86 points, three points from Derby in second.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Bolton have three wins and two draws.

          The visit from Reading saw Aaron Collins pick up a hat-trick and Jon Daoi Bodvarsson pick up a brace. Lewis Wing and Paul Mukairu did score for Reading but Bolton held on for the 5 - 2 win. Collins was on the scoresheet again for Bolton, this time early in the second half against Bristol Rovers. In the eight minute of added time Aaron Morley converted his penalty to secure the 2 - 0 win for Bolton.

          The visit from top of the league Portsmouth saw Kamara put Pompey ahead in the seventh minute. Collins equalised before halftime but neither side could find the back of the net again and had to settle for the 1 - 1 draw. It was another draw for Bolton, this time against Shrewsbury. Daniel Udoh opened the scoring for Shrewsbury, but Cameron Jerome equalised late in the first half. Jordan Shipley regained the lead for Shrewsbury just three minutes later, but late on Paris Maghoma popped up with a goal to rescue a 2 - 2 draw for Bolton.

          The most recent outing for Bolton was against Port Vale. In the last 20 minutes, Collins and Jerome both scored to give Bolton the 2 - 0 win.

          Peterborough and Bolton have met 15 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1977. Bolton have the better record in the fixture with nine wins in comparison to Peterborough’s four wins, the other two games ending in a draw.

          Peterborough Team News

          Darren Ferguson could be missing the likes of Jeando Fuchs and Michael Olakigbe this weekend.

          Bolton Wanderers Team News

          Ian Evatt could be without Bodvarsson and George Johnston this weekend.