No fresh problems for Peterborough ahead of Sheffield United clash
Peterborough manager Grant McCann has no fresh injury or suspension concerns ahead of the Sky Bet League One clash with Sheffield United.
Michael Bostwick (broken jaw), Jack Baldwin, Jermaine Anderson, Harry Anderson (all knee) and Chris Forrester are all recovering from injury.
There is a slight possibility that centre-back Baldwin could be involved but McCann will not risk him unless necessary.
Junior Morias, who came off the bench to score two goals in the 3-0 win over Port Vale last weekend, is pushing for a place in the starting XI.
Sheffield United defender Ethan Ebanks-Landell is hoping to shake off a hip injury in time to feature.
Ebanks-Landell, on loan from Wolves, aggravated an ongoing problem before being withdrawn from last week's home win against AFC Wimbledon and replacement Chris Basham is on standby.
Striker Leon Clarke remains doubtful due to an ankle injury that has hindered his progress since arriving at Bramall Lane in the summer, so James Hanson may continue after his goalscoring debut last week.
Boss Chris Wilder has no other major new injury worries as his side bid to stay top, while recent signings Joe Riley and Jay O'Shea are hoping to make their debuts.