Peterborough expect duo to return for AFC Wimbledon clash

Posted Thursday, September 26, 2019 by PA

Peterborough expect duo to return for AFC Wimbledon clash

Peterborough are expected to have both left-back Frazer Blake-Tracy and veteran midfielder George Boyd available again for the Sky Bet League One match against struggling AFC Wimbledon.

Blake-Tracy, a summer signing from King’s Lynn, has been out since late August with a calf problem, while Boyd (hamstring) missed the past three matches.

However, both came through a run-out for the reserves in midweek, so should be available for Posh manager Darren Ferguson as he looks to freshen up the side following last weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Doncaster.

Right-back Nathan Thompson continues to be assessed on a groin problem.

AFC Wimbledon will have assistant manager Glyn Hodges in charge of team affairs at the Weston Homes Stadium.

Manager Wally Downes has been suspended after being charged by the Football Association with an breach of betting regulations.

Forward Marcus Forss, on loan from Brentford, is banned after his red card in the 3-1 home defeat by Bristol Rovers.

Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth should be involved again having recovered from Achilles and shoulder problems to make a first appearance of the season as a substitute, while centre-back Rod McDonald (knee) continues his rehabilitation.


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