Our prediction for this League 1 match:
Saturday’s football match at Pirelli Stadium pits together Burton Albion and Peterborough United, the two teams with entirely different ambitions in the remainder of the season. Burton are eager to secure the League One survival, while Peterborough are eyeing automatic promotion to the Championship. The Brewers aim to extend their winning run in the League One to four games, and we are positive that they will adopt yet another attack-minded approach.
Keep in mind, though, that attacker Mike Fondop-Talum, who suffered an injury in the midweek win over Bristol Rovers, is unlikely to feature against Peterborough. The Posh, on the other hand, recorded six wins in the previous seven league fixtures. Peterborough are determined to retain top position in the standings, and despite Burton’s fine form, away win should be considered as Darren Ferguson’s troops are the team to beat in the 2020/21 League One season.
Highlighted Player (Ryan Edwards):
Despite being born in Singapore on November 17, 1993, Ryan Edwards is eligible to represent Australia in international matches. The 175-cm-tall midfielder has 18 caps with Australia U-23 and it has to be noted that he played for the Socceroos at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Speaking of his club career, Edwards is a product of AIS, the high performance sports training institution from Australia, but in 2011 he was spotted by Reading scouts.
Ryan Edwards played for the Royals at senior level, making seven appearances for the club in the league. The Australian international whore Perth Glory (loan), St. Mirren (loan), Partick Thistle and Heart of Midlothian shirts as well before signing a deal with Burton Albion in 2019.
He made his debut with the Brewers in the League One on August 3, 2019 in a 1-0 loss to Ipswich Town. His main position is attacking midfielder, but he is capable of producing fine performances at both central and right midfield as well.
Highlighted Team (Peterborough):
Founded in 1934, Peterborough United are a professional club that competes in the League One. The Posh play their home games at London Road Stadium, the venue with the capacity of 15,314. Peterborough’s home colour is blue, whilst the colour of their away kit is blue. The Posh have the third kit as well where yellow and black are the dominant colours.
Peterborough United’s biggest success came in the 1964/1965 when the club booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Chelsea, though, proved to be a big catch for the Posh, beating them 5-1 in London. It has to be noted that Peterborough United made it to the Football League Cup semis in the 1965/1966 season, with the team losing to WBA in the two-legged tie.
The likes of Cambridge United and Northampton Town are considered the club’s main rivals. The Posh have built a rivalry with Huddersfield Town, with fans seeing MK Dons as rivals as well.