Shame I missed it. Sounds like a good performance judging by comments on here. - Third game on the trot not bothered with i-Follow, or switched on the radio. - First half decided to have a break, see how things were going, and was reading The Cricketer magazine. - Second half clashed with Winterwatch ...
What a great performance. I actually ended up not boycotting it as nothing better to do.
Man of the Match Day, closely followed by Ogogo.
I used the c word 3 times in the first half listening to those commentators on IFollow who talked as though 'Posh' had already won at kick off.
They were so deluded as though Rovers weren't even allowed on the same pitch as their team and listening to the away commentary is a real eye opener (or is that ear opener?).
From the last 3 games, the most respectful were Oxford commentators who were knowledgable, this lot tonight were so biased at one stage I was telling them to get a room with 'Posh '. No one is allowed to beat them surely..
Then they realised they were talking absolute crap and Rovers had more chances and 60% possession. Joe Day was always unconvincing in his saves, no he wasn't.. arrgghhhh!!!!
Anyway, great work ethic, looking forward to Saturday now, deserved at least a point.
Very difficult to be positive about this one (without at least 2 of Oztumer, Daley, Nicholson returning from injury). Peterborough are top of the Home Form Table (25 pts from 10 games). Bristol Rovers are 18th in the Away Form Table (12pts from 11 games). Posh currently 3rd, Gas 19th (outside the relegation zone on goal difference). Last 5 league games: Posh DDWWW Gas LWLLL (General best odds Posh 4-6, Gas 9-2, Draw 3-1). Reasons to be cheerful? Anyone, anyone?
I will be a happy Gashead if we can steal a point from those posh lads from Peterborough, JCH has 14 in 25 games so a clean sheet would be a great boost to us.
Wow, Yes i am a very happy Gashead, great point very hard fought, well done to all the players tonight.
The summariser in particular is so biased. Nicko and Oz making such a difference, and don't tell the boo-boys but Grant really deserves a lot of credit for his first-half performance.
Grant does a lot of work off the ball, as their commentator so rightly said. He's been a bit jittery for us but seems to play well with Ogogo, who was very focused tonight. What a difference our two maestros make. A lovely worked shot off the post by Nicholson from Oztumer's pass. Ayunga looked lively when he came on. He's improving a bit every game and actually won a few headers this time. Definitely potential there.