FootyMAD's Peterborough United match preview

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Last updated : 17 March 2005
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History of the Tranmere Rovers v Peterborough United fixture

Tranmere Rvs. prepare to entertain Peterborough United at Prenton Park on Friday evening, looking to continue an impressive record. The Rovers are clearly on top, having won 11 and lost only 5 of the 21 games.

The most recent encounter between these two sides at Prenton Park was just last season, in September 2003, when they played out a goalless draw in a League Division Two match.

For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here

Recent encounters between the teams:
2004/2005Sat 13 NovPeterborough2 - 1Tranmere Rvs.FAC
2004/2005Sat 07 AugPeterborough1 - 0Tranmere Rvs.LGE1
2003/2004Sat 20 MarPeterborough0 - 0Tranmere Rvs.LGE1
2003/2004Sat 13 SepTranmere Rvs.0-0PeterboroughLGE1
2002/2003Sat 22 MarPeterborough0 - 0Tranmere Rvs.LGE1
2002/2003Tue 29 OctTranmere Rvs.1 - 1PeterboroughLGE1
2001/2002Tue 19 MarPeterborough5 - 0Tranmere Rvs.LGE1

Recent respective form guides

Tranmere Rovers have only performed averagely at home, winning 3 and losing 2 of their last six. A total of 11 goals have been scored by the Rovers in those games, with 7 conceded.

Peterborough have an average recent record on the road, picking up two good wins, but losing three, from the last six. The Posh's have a narrow positive goal difference over these games, with 9 goals for and 8 against.

Tranmere Rvs. are just outside the promotion places, in 4th, having taken 65 points from 36 games. Peterborough are stuck down in the relegation zone of Coca-Cola League One with a return of just 31 points from their 36 games thus far.

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Current form guides:PWDLFAP
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FootyMad's prediction ...

Though Tranmere Rvs. are not exactly setting the world alight at Prenton Park in recent games, I can confidently predict that they will easily sweep aside the opposition put before them. Home Win

Sequence statistics:
Tranmere Rvs. No sequences of note
Peterborough 5 games since last away draw.
No win in the 2 most recent games.

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