Leicester City looking to improve record at Peterborough United
Leicester City will be looking to improve their mixed fortunes at London Road when they travel to take on Peterborough United tomorrow.
While City have only lost one of eight meetings between the two sides on home soil, they have only claimed two victories in seven league visits, and only scored six goals at Posh's home venue.
Colin Appleton and James Goodfellow were City's scorers when they overcame Posh in a League Cup replay in January 1965 – City's first visit to London Road.
But they then had to wait until April 2010 for their next win when Andy King scored the winner in a 2-1 Championship victory.
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City lost twice at London Road, 3-0 in the league and 2-1 in the League Cup, during the 1992-93 season, although a 2-0 victory in the home leg saw City progress in the cup.
City grabbed a point in the league after a 1-1 draw the following season, although City's strike came courtesy of an own goal. They didn't meet again until the 2008-09 League One campaign when City went down 2-0 at London Road.
Paul Taylor's winner for Posh against City in March last year virtually killed off any lingering play-off hopes for Nigel Pearson's men and they will be hoping their promotion challenge doesn't falter in Cambridgeshire again.
There has been one other meeting, an Anglo-Italian Cup qualifier in August, 1993, which also ended in a 4-3 defeat.