Peterborough United continue their play-off push in League One this weekend as they take on Burton Albion.
Peterborough United currently sit 5th in League One with nine wins, four draws and four losses from seventeen games so far this season.
The Posh are having a pretty decent campaign off the back of last season's heartbreaking and inexplicable playoff collapse against Sheffield Wednesday and look to have put that traumatic event behind them.
They're coming into this game in good form having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games in the league, winning three of their last four, the most recent of which was a thumping 5-0 win over Cambridge United.
Goals from Ephron Mason-Clark (X2) and Kwame Poku (X2) in addition to a Cambridge own goal sealed an important three points given the game followed a disappointing defeat against Wigan Athletic.
That game typified how Peterborough's form at home has been very strong in recent weeks as they enter this one having won four and drawn one of their last five games on home soil.
Darren Ferguson's side are looking well on course for a top-six finish this season and in an ideal world they'd like to go one better as they sit just four points outside of the automatic promotion places They need to become more consistent to push onto those levels, though, and a win here would go some way to helping them with that endeavour.
Burton Albion currently sit 13th in League One with five wins, five draws and seven losses from seventeen games this season.
It's been a satisfactory campaign for a Burton side that were deep in the relegation battle for most of last season as they sit in mid-table, four points outside of the relegation zone.
They are coming into this one in poor form, however, and they could do with a result here having failed to win any of their last three games in the league, losing two of those.
Both of those defeats came against sides involved in the relegation battle which was less than ideal given the amount of ground they will have sacrificed to those behind them, so they're going to have to pick up points elsewhere to make up for that.
Those two losses aside, Burton did win two and draw one of their three prior away games so they'll feel fairly well-equipped to deal with a tough one here.
Any result here is a good one for Burton but they'll do well to stop Peterborough from coming out on top.
For our Peterborough vs. Burton prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the home side.