Peterborough defender Jack Baldwin back from ban to face Chesterfield
Peterborough will welcome back Jack Baldwin for their Sky Bet League One clash at home to Chesterfield.
The defender was suspended for the FA Cup second-round draw at Notts County last week having picked up five bookings.
He returns for Posh but manager Grant McCann will instead be without forward Lee Angol, who was sent off in the stalemate at Meadow Lane.
Jermaine Anderson (knee) is a long-term absentee but McCann has no fresh injury doubts heading into the match.
Tom Anderson and Dion Donohue will be available for Chesterfield.
Centre-back Anderson received a straight red card against Rochdale in the Checkatrade Trophy in midweek and is facing a three-match suspension while full-back Donohue saw a yellow card at Spotland - his second in the competition, meaning a one-game ban.
However, the suspensions apply only to that competition and the pair can be involved in the league. Midfielder Jon Nolan is not so fortunate with his red card against Wycombe in the FA Cup meaning he misses out through suspension.
Sam Hird is back in training after a hernia operation but the defender will not be rushed back, similarly with on-loan striker Conor Wilkinson (knee).