Date: 12th February 2018 at 6:20pm
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Peterborough United manager Grant McCann looks ahead to the Sky Bet League One match against Scunthorpe United at the ABAX Stadium.



Posh v Scunthorpe - Sky Bet EFL L1

Peterborough United v Scunthorpe United
Location: ABAX Stadium
Date: Tuesday, 13th January, 2018
Kick-off: 19:45pm



Posh boss Grant McCann talks about the disappointment of conceding a 93rd minute equaliser at the weekend but he was pleased with the overall performance although he is well aware that his side need to start converting their chances more.

He feels Posh aren`t too far off being a good team as they face their final 16 League matches of the season as they chase a play-off place.

Looking to the match with the Iron, it will be a big test as they currently sit in fourth place in the League. They`re “well organised, well drilled, well coached” but “it`s got aspects of being a good game” according to McCann.

The injury situation is also discussed relating to Marcus Maddison, Gwion Edwards and Alex Penny.

Watch what else McCann has to say about the match below:



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