Posh promise to push on
Coventry City will be hoping that Peterborough United feel their work in staying in the Championship is done after last weekend's win over Leicester but the Posh are promising to keep up to their work, starting at the Ricoh Arena this weekend.
'There have been plenty of great escapes over the years,' defender Gaby Zakuani told the Peterborough Evening Telegraph. 'So we won`t be taking it easy this weekend.
'We can be proud of what we have achieved so far this season, especially considering what happened the last time we were in this division, but the job isn`t finished yet.
'We`re not safe yet and that`s the attitude we will have this weekend. We have two big games as far as we are concerned and we want six points.'
United's strength this season has been firmly on their own London Road patch with an away record that shows only three victories to date.
The Sky Blues broke their own duck on the road last weekend to really give themselves hope of staying up but their survival chances have been built on rock-solid Ricoh Arena form.
With a huge clash to follow at Bristol City 48 hours after the Posh game manager Andy Thorn is attempting to keep the focus firmly on Saturday.
'We are professional and we know how important each game is,' he told the official CCFC website.
Opposite number Darren Ferguson told his club's official website: "Coventry are in-form and they will go into the game full of confidence."