Cooper at full-strength for Posh bow

Peterborough manager Mark Cooper has a fully-fit squad available for his first game in charge of the Posh at Sheffield United on Saturday.

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Cooper - who last weekend was preparing Blue Square Premier side Kettering for a trip to Cambridge - has inherited a side bottom of the Championship but has promised that every player has been given a clean slate.

Left-back Tommy Williams has joined QPR on loan since Posh's last game - a 3-1 defeat at Newcastle - so Tommy Rowe, Jamie Day or Scott Griffiths will start at full-back at Bramall Lane.

Cooper has pledged to tighten up the club's leaky defence and may make changes to the attacking 4-4-2 formation favoured by former boss Darren Ferguson.

Striker Aaron Mclean was left on the bench at St James' Park so will hope to return as Cooper looks to mastermind a first away win of the season.

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