Peterborough United seek crucial victory over Bristol City at Ashton Gate
Peterborough United will be targeting a club-record fourth consecutive Championship win when they take on fellow strugglers Bristol City at Ashton Gate tomorrow.
Although they remain in the relegation zone, Posh come to Bristol in a rich vein of form following victories over Cardiff, Bolton and Wolves.
Now charged with the task of playing the only tqwo teams below them in the table - Peterborough host Barnsley on January 1 - Darren Ferguson's side has an opportunity to move out of the bottom three and establish clear daylight between themselves and their chief rivals.
Their confidence high, Posh will certainly not be holding back against a Robins side that has not won at home since the end of August.
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Ferguson has challenged his players to keep their winning run going for as long as possible after Posh registered three-in-a-row at Championship level for the first time in almost 20 years.
Ferguson said: "Winning one game in the Championship is hard enough so to win three in a row is a fantastic achievement. But I don't want us to stop now. We are playing with a lot of confidence and a lot of quality and we need to make it count by stringing a few more good results together.
"We now have two massive games against the two teams below us in the table and if we can get positive results from them we will be in good shape.
"We have proved we can beat anyone in this division, but we have to keep our focus and our concentration. If we do that we are playing well enough to win more games.
"It was a really good team effort at Wolves. I played there for five years and I can't remember too many teams winning 3-0 there."
On-loan midfielder George Thorne is a slight injury doubt for the trip to Bristol after picking up a knee injury.