If, as expected, Gabriel Zakuani is restored to the starting eleven, following his suspension, it`ll be the first time our centre back has faced the league leaders.
Gaby missed the 4-0 hammering at the Walkers Bowl but sees no reason why Posh can`t turn things around tomorrow.
Interviewed by the media, ahead of the game, Gaby had this to say about the prospect of facing the league leaders with so much at stake,
‘I’m not feeling any pressure or nerves, I’m just treating it as another match with three points at stake.”
‘And we’re confident we can win. I didn’t play at Leicester when they looked a really good side, but we didn’t play at all that day so people shouldn’t take any notice of that result.”
‘It’s a big game for both teams and we just want to win so we can close the gap at the top and put them under a bit more pressure.”
‘It won’t be easy as they have good players. It helps that Steve Howard is not playing, but whoever takes his place won’t be a bad player.”
‘I’ve played against Fryatt a few times and he’s a really good player. He has good movement and he’s obviously a good finisher so we’ll have to stick close to him.”
‘But we’ve been defending really well lately so we should be able to cope.’
If we can keep Fryatt quiet it will auger well for a positive Posh result.
Come on Posh!
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