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Live football streaming: Watch Peterborough v Blackburn in the Championship
- November 14, 2012
Blackburn travel to lowly Peterborough on Saturday evening (17:20 GMT) as new boss, Henning Berg, continues his search for his first win.
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Visitors Blackburn sit in 7th place in the Championship. New boss Henning Berg has had a slow start at the club picking up a meagre two points from nine.
Blacburn do welcome back Colin Kazim-Richards and Gael Givet back from injury. Henning Berg has almost a full squad to choose from, providing players return from their Internationals with no knocks.
These two sides have only met once in the last 35 years. Blackburn triumphed 5-2 in the League Cup in 2009. It’s two wins a piece in the clubs entire histories.
Peterborough have picked up 12 points in their opening 16 games. 0 points from their last 9 available have seen them slip into 23rd in the table.
As well as poor form, Posh manager, Darren Ferguson, has had to deal with players who went out on the town after their last defeat. Tommy Rowe and Mark Little are doubts for Saturday’s encounter.
A draw or a Blackburn win seem a likely result as both teams struggle to find form. The Posh defence will need to keep tabs on Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes if they hope to get a result.