- Weston Homes Stadium
- Peterborough have lost just one of their last seven league games, winning five.
- Posh have won 15 of their 21 home matches this season.
- Doncaster have lost seven of their last eight starts and have won just one of their last 12.
Posh to plough through sorry Rovers
Peterborough’s promotion to the Championship is all but confirmed and Posh can celebrate by beating a dismal Doncaster outfit on Tuesday evening.
Darren Ferguson’s men ousted Charlton 0-1 on Saturday to go nine points clear of third placed Sunderland with just three games left to play, so any kind of result here will confirm their place in the second tier for next season.
After winning five of their last seven, Posh are around 1/2 to clinch all three points and that’s just what we expect them to do, with Rovers losing seven of their last eight matches following their 0-1 weekend reverse at home to Fleetwood Town.
The South Yorkshire side have also won just one of their last 12, so Peterborough, who have won 15 from 21 at Weston Homes Stadium this term, look worthy of a three point stake for this clash.
Posh have also blasted in 47 goals on their own turf this season, so 3-1 appeals in the correct score market with Doncaster at least managing to net in their last three away trips.