Speaking to PeterboroughToday ahead of tommorow's clash, Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson has praised Graham Turner, one of his former managers.
"He has done a fantastic job at Hereford and it is certain to be a difficult game" commented Ferguson. Yet, the former Wrexham midfielder is confident of gaining a result. "Our form and our results at London Road have been good lately and we need to make sure that continues. We are unbeaten in six games and a good win tomorrow would cap an excellent month."
"Graham's teams always get the ball down and play football - and I don't expect Hereford to be any different this season.
Ferguson then went on to talk about one of his former players, Trevor Benjamin, who is set to return to London Road tommorow. "Trevor never gave me any problems and it will be nice to welcome him back. Sometimes a player just needs a fresh start in a different environment and I hope he continues to have a good season - after having a nightmare tomorrow of course!"
Darren, the son of football legend Sir Alex Ferguson, talked about how he has been pleased with the start to the season, despite not living fully up to their early pre-season expectations of title favourites. "We are doing fine as far as I am concerned and victory tomorrow would continue a nice run."