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Match Preview: Fleetwood Town v Peterborough United

14 February 2023

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Fleetwood Town are set to face Peterborough United at Highbury Stadium on Tuesday night, in Sky Bet League One and we have all the information you need to know ahead of the game.

Fixture: Fleetwood Town v Peterborough United

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Tuesday 14 February

Kick-off: 19:45

Venue: Highbury Stadium



In what has been a brilliant week for the club where the team gained back-to-back wins against Sheffield Wednesday in the Fourth-Round replay of the Emirates FA Cup and Charlton Athletic in the League, Scott Brown’s side will be going into the game against Peterborough with an abundance of confidence.

With the defence standing up to attention and the attack firing, Fleetwood will hope to get their third win in a row as they face a Peterborough side - who were beaten 5-0 by Bolton Wanderers last time out.

Danny Andrew suffered an injury against Charlton at the weekend, but fellow defender Harrison Holgate got his first league goal for the club in an away day that will live in the memory for a long time.

Promise Omochere has been joined up front by new signings Jayden Stockley and Jack Marriott and the trio have been playing very well.

Brown and the team will look to continue this current good run and continue to climb the table.



Coached by Darren Ferguson, Peterborough sit 9th in the table, and having been beaten well by Bolton last time out, the Posh will be wanting to get back to winning ways against an in-form Fleetwood.

Peterborough’s form hadn’t been too bad prior to Saturday. They’d won their last three games beating Port Vale, Portsmouth, and Forest Green respectively but came up very short at home to the Trotters.

Sitting just six points off the play off places, Peterborough knows a win on Tuesday will be just the tonic as they head into a run of games which sees them face second placed Sheffield Wednesday and table toppers Plymouth both in the space of two weeks of each other.

Posh do boast a good attack, with the likes of Joe Ward, youngster Kwame Poku, Jonson Clarke-Harris, and recent signing Kabongo Tshimanga all at Ferguson’s disposal. If those players can be at it on the Fylde Coast on Tuesday, Peterborough could get straight back to winning ways.

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Fleetwood boss Scott Brown was jubilant after Town’s victory over the Addicks making it back-to-back wins and he wants more this Tuesday night.

Brown said: “We’ve got a good squad, we need everyone to come together, and it shows the willingness of the lads to go to the end. It’s sometimes hard for the lads to go Saturday-Tuesday consistently but we always have eyes on the next fixture.

“The subs that came on against Charlton really helped us; they freshened the legs up and gave us that extra little bit of energy as well.

“I thought we were exceptional, we worked hard and had to dig deep but I’ve seen that before from my players and we go again.”



On the day of the game, there will be two matchday packages available for both our UK-based and overseas supporters.

Audio Match-Pass - £2.50 (U.K and Overseas)

Video Match-Pass - £10 (Overseas & U.K.)

Those who choose the Audio Match-Pass option will get access to just the commentary, which will be provided by our partners, BBC Radio Lancashire.

Season passes are available with audio passes for only £45 for the season, for all UK-based members of the Cod Army.

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Report: Town make it three on the bounce after their Posh win

14 February 2023

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Fleetwood Town made it three wins on the bounce on Tuesday evening after coming out on top in their league clash against Peterborough United at Highbury.

It wasn’t the prettiest performance the Cod Army has seen but it was still a job well done by all on the pitch as Promise Omochere’s first-half header, from a Phoenix Patterson cross, turned out crucial in the 1-0 midweek win on the Fylde Coast.

It was an even start to the game, with the ball staying in the middle of the park for the majority of the first 10 minutes, but there was one chance for the visitors in that time as Jay Lynch had to be at full stretch in the eighth minute to deny Jack Taylor’s venomous effort from the edge of the box.

The game went a bit stale after that until the 19th minute when Patterson beat his man on the left before playing in a deep cross into a dangerous area, where Omochere was able to beat his man in the air and nod the ball past Will Norris in the visitor’s net.

It seemed to be a chance that would come every 10 minutes in the game as the next one fell on the half-hour mark. This time, the visitors’ winger Nathanael Ogbeta played a ball in from wide towards the head of Jonson Clarke-Harris who tried to guide it towards Jay Lynch’s goal but the effort went wide.

Peterborough ended the first half strong as they managed to create a couple of gilt-edged chances, the first coming from Ephron Mason-Clark who dragged his effort from close range wide just before Ogbeta ran straight through the defence, but Lynch was on hand to stop his driven effort.

Not long after the restart, Town worked two quickfire chances as Scott Robertson tried his luck with a first-time shot from the edge of the box, which was deflected out for a corner. From the set piece, Jayden Stockley came short, but his strike was high and wide of the target.

Chances were at a premium once again after this as supporters had to wait until the 70th minute to see the next chance. Jack Marriott tried his luck on the spin inside the Posh box, which Norris was able to stop before Hector Kyprianou struck one from range at the other end, which didn’t trouble Lynch.

With six minutes to go, midfielders Lewis Warrington and Robertson linked up well for the last chance of the game inside the Posh half, with the latter turning his man well before unleashing a powerful effort from range, which flew over Norris’ bar.

Town XI: Lynch (GK), Wiredu, Ndaba, Stockley (Nsiala 79’), Robertson, Warrington, Holgate, Omochere (Marriott 46’), Patterson (Hayes 66’), Rooney (C), Macadam (Mendes Gomes 66’).

Unused subs: McMullan (GK), Johnson, Dolan.

Posh XI: Norris (GK), Edwards, Kent (Knight 86’), Taylor, Clarke-Harris (C), Mason-Clark, Poku (Tshimanga 77’), N.Thompson (Burrows 60’), Ogbeta (Butler 86’), Kyprianou, Ward.

Unused subs: Blackmore (GK), Fuchs, B.Thompson.

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Last chance to get tickets for tonight's match against Peterborough United

14 February 2023

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Fleetwood Town take on Peterborough United this evening at Highbury Stadium, with tickets going off sale moments the match kicks-off.

Make your Valentine's Day even better tonight by heading down to Highbury Stadium to watch Fleetwood Town take on Posh (7:45pm kick-off).


If you have any questions please contact the ticket office on 01253 775080 (option 1), or come down to the club shop to purchase in person. 

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