Will Dean Holden make a winning start to life at Charlton Athletic boss?
On Tuesday, the 43 was appointed as the Addicks’ new manager, 15 days after Ben Garner was sacked.
Holden’s first match came on Wednesday in the Carabao Cup, as his side were swatted aside by Brighton & Hove Albion.
But, the real business starts here, with Charlton just four points clear of the relegation zone having lost three in a row.
As for Peterborough United, they’re all the way up in eighth, just three points below the play-off spots.
The Posh though are in even worse form, suffering four successive defeats, most recently beaten 2-1 by Ipswich 16 days ago.
So, will Charlton make home advantage count at the Valley?