Peterborough United are searching for a sorely needed win as they face Leyton Orient in League One this weekend.
Peterborough Untied currently sit 13th in League One with three wins and three losses from their first six league games of the season.
The Posh started the season excellently with three straight wins but have quickly come back down to Earth as they enter this game off the back of three consecutive defeats in the league.
After reaching last season's play-off semi-final, and inexplicably failing to go through after a 4-0 first leg win, Peterborough were expected to mount another play-off push this time around but they're looking way short of the requisite level right now after losing their last thee games by a combined scoreline of 8-3.
The most recent of their league matches saw them fall to a 3-1 loss away at Portsmouth, a result that will have provoked a notable level of concern within club following the prior 2-4 defeat to Derby County.
They did finally chalk a win on the board in a 2-0 victory over Cambridge United in the EFL Trophy in midweek, but given Cambridge made a host of changes for that game it will not do much to improve the mood around the camp.
This is a big game for Darren Ferguson's men as failure to win at home to a newly promoted side off the back of a three-match losing streak could really allow the panic to set into the atmosphere surrounding the club.
Leyton Orient currently sit 16th in League One with two wins, one draw and four losses from their first seven games of the season.
It's been a fairly decent start to life in League One for last season's League Two champions as they now appear to be getting to grips with the rise in quality they've been forced to contend with this season.
After failing to win any of their first four league games, Leyton Orient have now won two of their last three and are coming into this game off the back of an impressive 2-1 win over Exeter City last time out.
The scored were level at 1-1 heading into injury time after Joe Pigott equalised for the visitors after Exeter had taken the lead and Ruel Sotiriou popped up in there 92nd minute to secure a priceless three points for Leyton Orient in a game they will feel they more than deserved to win.
As a result they now come into this one on cloud nine and given Peterborough's struggles of late they'll fancy their chances of claiming three points.
For our Peterborough vs. Leyton Orient prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.