Date: 3rd March 2006 at 8:40am
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How’s your season been so far?
Our season has been pretty decent, as this season was about consolidating really after a torrid season last term. Although 6th represents a decent position, I’m sure most Posh fans would agree in saying that we could be higher up, as we have a tendency to dominate games without killing the opposition off, such as when we played you earlier in the season.

What’s your current form like?
Since Steve Bleasdale took over as caretaker manager, we’ve been in decent form, taking 12 points from a possible 18. The team is fairly settled now, and we’re starting to play some nice stuff, no more so than at Notts County the other week.

Expectations for the remainder of the season?
After outing in a disappointing performance last week and subsequently losing, I feel automatic promotion is now out of reach. Although a play-off spot is certainly ours for the taking.

Any key players we should look out for on Saturday?
Our top goal scorer Danny Crow. After a slow start, he has adjusted to league 2, and is always a threat. He’s only 19, has bags of pace and can finish. Midfielder Peter Gain is also a key player and on his day is different class. He’s a classy player who should be playing at a higher level really.

Any injured players that might help us out on Saturday?!
Not really, although goalkeeper and Posh legend Mark Tyler is a doubt after missing the last 5 games with a rib injury.

Does anything especially spring to mind when Stockport-Posh are mentioned?
Play-off final of 1992 without a doubt. Posh’s first game at Wembley and probably all Posh fans fondest memory.

You absolutely battered us earlier in the season, but only drew 1-1. I was away for that game, what do you remember of it?
I wasn’t there either, but apparently you were very lucky to scrap a point after we bombarded you for pretty much all the game.

Prediction for Saturday?
With County in form and Peterborough so hard to predict at home, 1-1, with James Quinn scoring for us, 4122 attendance.