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Peterborough vs. Cambridge Prediction, Tips & Stats

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        Match Result

        Cambridge United

        Wycombe Wanderers


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        Both Teams To Score

        Cambridge United

        Wycombe Wanderers


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        Cambridge United

        Wycombe Wanderers


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        Cam

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        Peterborough vs. Cambridge Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Peterborough United continue their League One play-off push this weekend as they face Cambridge United.

        Peterborough United currently sit 4th in League One with eight wins, four draws and four losses from sixteen games so far this season.

        The Posh are having an impressive campaign thus far as they look to exorcise the trauma of last season's play-off semi-final defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.

        The goal is promotion once again and they're looking in good shape for a play-off push as they come into this game having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games.

        Their most recent outing saw them fall to a 2-1 loss away at Wigan Athletic, a game they will be mightily disappointed to have lost given they had 61% of the possession and registered 22 shots on goal to Wigan's 12, with the home side winning the game in the 82nd minute.

        Still, the Posh should not let this result lower their heads too much as they're still in a very good position coming into this one.

        Peterborough are unbeaten in their last five games on home soil and given the opposition here they should fancy themselves to get back to winning ways immediately.

        Cambridge United currently sit 13th in League One with five wins, five draws and six losses from sixteen games so far this season.

        Cambridge have been up and down in terms of form this season and they enter this game amidst a mixed period having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five league games.

        Most recently the U's played out a 0-0 draw away at Wycombe Wanderers, a solid point against one of the league's better sides.

        Having also drawn 0-0 with Portsmouth two games prior Cambridge are proving a tough side to beat for some of the league's heavy hitters and manager Mark Bonner will be delighted that his side have now kept three clean sheets on the bounce.

        They are, though, winless away from home in any of their last six in the league and having lost this fixture 1-0 last season it feels like any form of result will be a positive one for them here.

        For our Peterborough vs. Cambridge prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.

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        Peterborough Team News

        Jonson Clarke-Harris could come back into the starting XI after spending a few games on the substitutes' bench, with Ricky-Jade Jones potentially in line to be axed after the defeat to Wigan last time out.

        Keeper Nicholas Bilokapic's place in the starting XI is seemingly precarious after a few mistakes in recent weeks so Fynn Talley will be breathing down his neck.

        Cambridge Team News

        After naming. totally new XI for their EFL Trophy game in midweek, Cambridge will likely name the same XI that started the 2-1 win in the FA Cup last weekend.

        Gassan Ahadme should be fit enough for a place on the bench while Harrison Dunk and Elias Kachunga remain out injured.

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