Plenty of clubs still scrapping for Championship survival says manager Darren Ferguson
Posh players determined to end poor start to Championship
Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Paul Taylor from Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee.
Posh drew 0-0 at Middlesbrough last night. They remain in the League One relegation zone with six games remaining.
After Saturday's win over Championship leaders Cardiff, it's another big game for Peterborough in their battle against relegation.
It's tight at the foot of the table - Barnsley, Wolves and Sheffield Wednesday all picked up points in their games on Easter Monday - but a win at Middlesbrough tonight will lift Posh back out of the relegation zone.
Peterborough United have signed Floren Cuvelier on loan from Stoke.
The Belgian midfielder will stay at London Road until the end of the season.
Manager Darren Ferguson told the club website 'He is a very good technical player, he can play anywhere in midfield, he is two-footed and I am pleased to have him here."Speaking to theposh.com Cuvelier said: "It happened very quickly, but I am really pleased to be at a big club like Peterborough."
Time is running out for Peterborough United to save themselves from the Championship drop.
Back-to-back defeats means they're bottom again ahead of the trip to Blackburn this weekend.
The games are running out but manager Darren Ferguson still hasn't lost belief in his players. There could be a return for striker Tyrone Barnett who's been out since December with a serious knee injury.
Peterborough United player George Boyd is joining Hull City on loan.
The attacking midfielder almost joined Nottingham Forest earlier in the season but failed an eye test.
He joined Posh from Stevenage and played a big part in helping the club win back to back promotions to the Championship plus their return to the second tier three seasons ago
Darren Ferguson is looking for a response to his side's disappointing performance against Norwich City in the cup.
Posh have brought in two loan players and Ferguson is hoping they can get back on track when they take on Nottingham Forest.
Greater Anglia trains are running an extra rail service for football fans heading to Peterborough on Saturday for the FA Cup tie against Norwich City.
The outward train leaves Norwich at 11.20am and arrives at 1.22pm.
The return service leaves Peterborough at 6.10pm and arrives at Norwich at 7.57pm.
Return tickets cost £15 for adults and £7.50 for children