Posh set to stick with same side

Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson is set to name an unchanged squad for Saturday's Championship clash with Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

Last Updated: 25/09/09 at 10:34

Ferguson: Posh chasing third win of week

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Ferguson saw his side finally claim their first league win of the season against Reading last Saturday and Posh followed that up with an impressive Carling Cup over Newcastle at London Road in midweek.

Lee Frecklington won a recall in midfield against Newcastle and will hope to keep his place ahead of Shaun Batt and Chris Whelpdale while winger Dominic Green is out with a dead leg.

Utility player Charlie Lee remains sidelined with an ankle injury sustained in training at the start of September but Ferguson has no other injury worries.

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