We have a cracker in League One this weekend as two sides chasing promotion square off at Weston Homes Stadium as Peterborough United face Ipswich Town.
Peterborough United currently sit 5th in League One with twenty-three wins, four draws and sixteen losses from forty-three games this season.
The Posh have been a mixed bag this season have gone through long runs of wins and long runs of losses but they appear to be in form at the right time of the season as they find themselves well positioned to secure a play-off spot.
Since the departure of manager Grant McCann and the arrival of former boss Darren Ferguson Peterborough have become a much more consistent outfit and they enter this game having won three of their last four matches, the most recent of which was a 2-1 win away at Accrington Stanley.
Their form at home has been decent of late too, with Ferguson's side winning three, drawing one and losing one of their last five matches on home soil.
The situation in the play-off spots is extremely tense at the minute as Derby County in 7th are just one point behind Peterborough and Bolton Wanderers in 5th and 6th. Peterborough have an unfortunately tough run in as they have to face Barnsley away from home on the final day of the season in addition to facing Ipswich here so with home advantage on their side this one has to go down as a must-win.
Ipswich Town currently sit 2nd in League One with twenty-five wins, thirteen draws and four losses from forty-two games this season.
Ipswich have had an excellent campaign and are now in the home stretch of their promotion push as they find themselves in pole position to secure a top two finish.
They're currently one point ahead of Sheffield Wednesday in 3rd having played on game fewer than The Owls so things are in their own hands as far as promotion is concerned.
They enter this game in excellent form having reigned unbeaten in their last thirteen matches while winning four of their last five games, the most recent of which was a hard-fought 2-1 win over Port Vale that came via an 84th minute Nathan Broadhead penalty.
The Tractor Boys have been outstanding defensively having conceded just two goals in their last twelve matches, and if they can keep that record up they'll no doubt secure a return to the Championship.
Ipswich have been strong away from home having won three of their last four games on the road so they can take confidence from that resolve coming into this game.
This is an exceptionally tough test for Ipswich but having already beaten The Posh 2-1 back in December they'll feel more than capable of doing a league double here.
For our Peterborough vs. Ipswich prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.