Johnson set to change side

Peterborough manager Gary Johnson is set to make changes to his side for the visit of big-spending Huddersfield.

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Johnson labelled his side "pathetic" after last weekend's 5-1 mauling at Bournemouth and will wield the axe.

Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Seth Nana Ofori-Twumasi were hauled off at half-time last weekend and look likely to miss out, with replacements Charlie Lee and Tommy Rowe looking to start.

Striker Aaron Mclean lasted the 90 minutes after overcoming an ankle injury but has revealed he is still in pain so may miss out, with summer signings Dave Hibbert and Lee Tomlin available to fill in.

Defender Gabriel Zakuani has a groin injury while midfielder Lee Frecklington (knee) and winger Chris Whelpdale (thigh) are also still not ready for the first team.

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