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Peterborough vs Blues - Team News

Team news from London Road where Blues meet Peterborough United.


Peterborough: Bobby Olejnik, Mark Little, Tommy Rowe, Michael Bostwick, Gaby Zakuani, Kane Ferdinand, Grant McCann, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Lee Tomlin, Dwight Gayle.

Subs: Joe Day, Criag Alcock, Shaun Brisley, Danny Swanson, Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Jack Payne, Shaq McDonald.


Blues: Jack Butland, Paul Caddis, Mitch Hancox, Curtis Davies, Steven Caldwell, Callum Reilly, Wade Elliott, Chris Burke, Jonathan Spector, Peter Lovenkrands, Nikola Zigic.

Subs: Colin Doyle, Hayden Mullins, Darren Ambrose, Morgaro Gomes, Wes Thomas, Nathan Redmond, Paul Robinson.




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Date:Saturday February 23 2013

Time: 3:00PM

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