Nov 10, 2012 at 3pm UK at ​London Road Stadium
PeterboroughPeterborough United
1-2
Crystal Palace
McCann (6')
Boyd (40'), Knight-Percival (78')
FT(HT: 1-0)
Dikgacoi (82'), Moritz (80')
Murray (28')

Team News: Grant McCann passed fit for Crystal Palace clash

Team News: McCann passed fit for Palace clash
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Peterborough United midfielder Grant McCann returns to the starting lineup for the Championship encounter with Crystal Palace.

Peterborough United midfielder Grant McCann has shrugged off a groin problem to make the starting lineup for today's clash with Crystal Palace.

Posh striker Emile Sinclair starts on the bench after recovering from a thigh problem, but ankle complaints have ruled out Tommy Rowe and Kgosi Ntlhe.

Palace boss Ian Holloway, still without the services of defender Paddy McCarthy, has named an unchanged side from the 5-0 thrashing of Ipswich Town in midweek.

Peterborough United: Olejnik, Alcock, Brisley, Little, Bostwick, McCann, Newell, Knight-Percival, Tomlin, Boyd, Berahino

Crystal Palace: Speroni, Ward, Parr, Bolasie, Dikgacoi, Garvan, Jedinak, Zaha, Murray, Delaney, Ramage

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