The Bulls travel to London Road looking for a repeat of their last trip to MacAnthony Towers.
Last season, four days past one year ago, the Bulls pulled off an unlikely point against the free spending Posh with Clint Easton's strike cancelling out Craig Mackail-Smith's first half goal. In the return fixture at Edgar Street in April the Posh celebrated as Dean Keates' goal secured the promotion their money expected.
The Posh were the biggest spenders of League Two, and the trio of George Boyd, Aaron McLean, and Mackail-Smith have racked up 100 goals between them since their January 2007 arrivals from non-league for fees in excess of £600,000. They're not too shabby at the back either, conceding only one goal in three games since a 3-3 draw at Carlisle two weeks ago, despite having to play midfielders as full backs to cover for injury.
The Bulls shooting stats shows Matt Done to be the sharpshooter of the bunch, with all eleven efforts on-target. Stephen O'Leary needs practice after only getting three of thirteen on target, and he can be joined on the training pitch by Kris Taylor after sending eleven of nineteen efforts wayward. The Bulls total shooting effort is 150 shots this season. Peterboro's striking trio have 148 between them, and 20 more shots on target than the collective Bulls.
Peterborough United vs Hereford United, London Road Seaside Resort, Saturday 1st November, 3.00pm.