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Peterborough extended their unwanted winless league run to seven matches when they lost 2-0 away against Nottingham Forest last weekend.

Second-half strikes from James Garner and Ryan Yates condemned the Posh to their 13th Championship defeat – the most of any side in the division – as well as their fifth in succession without finding the net.

Darren Ferguson has a difficult task in steering his side clear of the relegation zone, but if they are to move out of the bottom three then their home form is seemingly their main source for points. Peterborough have accumulated 13 of their 16 Championship points at London Road, including nine in their last seven home matches.

Posh have won their last two home league games against Saturday’s opponents Millwall, scoring five goals in each victory – winning 5-3 in October 2015 and 5-1 in August 2016.

With three of their next four fixtures against sides currently in the bottom half of the table, a victory this weekend could act as a springboard towards a much-needed run of form.

Peterborough will be without forwards Jack Marriott and Ricky-Jade Jones as they continue to recover from respective tendon and knee injuries.

Following a dressing room bust-up with Ferguson in September, goalkeeper Christy Pym is set to continue on the sidelines, with David Cornell to start between the sticks once again.

Despite scoring only once in his last nine league appearances, Jonson Clarke-Harris is set to lead the line along with Siriki Dembele.

As for Millwall, they will be without midfielder Ryan Leonard and winger Connor Mahoney, who are suffering with respective ankle and hamstring injuries.

Rowett is unlikely to make too many changes, if any, to the starting lineup which won last weekend, with Jed Wallace expected to support strikers Bradshaw and Benik Afobe in attack.

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Peterborough United possible starting lineup:
Cornell; Beevers, Kent, Edwards; Thompson, Taylor, Norburn, Grant, Butler; Dembele, Clarke-Harris

Millwall possible starting lineup:
Bialkowski; Hutchinson, Cooper, M. Wallace; McNamara, Evans, Mitchell, Malone; J. Wallace; Bradshaw, Afobe

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