Peterborough vs AFC Wimbledon preview
Last Updated: 26/11/18 5:43pm
Peterborough report no fresh injury problems ahead of the Sky Bet League One match against AFC Wimbledon.
But Posh boss Steve Evans could look to freshen up his side following the 1-1 draw at Coventry on Friday night. Forward Jason Cummings and midfielder Siriki Dembele are both pressing for starts having come off the bench against the Sky Blues.
Cameroon defender Sebastien Bassong was again an unused substitute as he awaits his league debut after signing a short-term deal.
AFC Wimbledon's interim boss Simon Bassey is hopeful that Kwesi Appiah will be available. Striker Appiah came off during the first half of Saturday's win over Southend due to a dead leg.
Otherwise, the Dons have no fresh injury problems, with Joe Pigott ready to come in should Appiah not be passed match fit. Striker James Hanson (calf) and defender Tyler Garratt (knee) both continue their recoveries.
This will be the sixth ever meeting between Peterborough and AFC Wimbledon, with the records even so far; each side winning one before drawing the most recent three.
Peterborough have never beaten AFC Wimbledon in four league meetings between the two sides (D3 L1).
AFC Wimbledon have lost their last five away league games, scoring just twice in that run.