By Alfie Marlborough

As we return to League one football to host Peterborough United on Saturday who make the short trip south along with 2000+ travellers to Buckinghamshire, we asked Posh fan Nathan for his thoughts about the upcoming game and the season ahead. Many thanks, Nathan!

1. What are your thoughts on Peterborough’s transfer activity this season?

Strong to a point. We added even more attacking quality but it was at full back where we needed extra depth and we didn’t get that unfortunately. Thompson in CM is an absolute steal on a free though, and Bergstrom in goal is a cut above. Definitely an 8/10 window for sure.

2. Based off the start of the season, where can you see The Posh finishing at the end of the season?

3rd or 4th.

3. On Saturday, there will be 2000+ travelling fans making the short trip to Buckinghamshire. Do you expect them to have a big impact on the game?

Always, games between our two sides are always massive occasions and Saturday is no different. You could use a little noise in that ground too ha-ha!

4. The Dons have started this season with mixed success, where do you think we will finish in the league this season?


5. If you can have any Dons player, who would it be?

Before he left, I’d have said Matt O’Riley. I’ve seen Louie Barry a few times and he looks a real handful with an eye for goal. Jack Tucker is a tidy defender too, very much a Posh sort of signing that with ability to really progress.

6. Which players do you think are likely to cause the most problems on Saturday?

Joe Ward, Jonson Clarke Harris, and Kwame Poku.

7. Which teams can you see winning promotion to the Championship this season?

Posh, Derby, Sheffield Wednesday, or Portsmouth

8. What style of play can we expect from Peterborough on Saturday?

Fast paced, pacey attacking football. Although I suspect we will try and control the ball and control the game and keep you quiet generally. Our attacking quality should shine through if we keep it tight at the back.

9. The Posh have a good track record of developing players – especially strikers like Ivan Toney. Is there anyone in your squad currently that you think will go far in the future?

Ronnie Edwards is the obvious choice, but I think Jack Taylor has the ability to reach the Premier League one day. I wouldn’t be surprised if our on-loan keeper, Lucas Bergstrom plays in the Premier League too.

10. What made you support Peterborough United?

It’s my local club and my Dad took me to my first game there at the age of 8 and I’ve been hooked ever since. Punching above our weight and the way we like to outscore our opponents is a recipe for excitement. It’s just a wonderful club all round.

11. What Peterborough games are you most looking forward to this season?

MK naturally! But Cambridge United would be the other one of course and playing a club the size of Derby is always a huge game for us.

12. Thank you for participating, it really helps us get a strong understanding of the opposition! Finally, what do you think the score will be?

2-0 – Clarke Harris and Marriott with the goals.

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