HERE'S the latest news from Peterborough United during the build up to Sunday's huge game at Old Trafford against our very own Terriers.
POSH top scorer Craig Mackail-Smith has urged his team-mates not to blow their once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on Sunday.
Mackail-Smith will lead the Posh attack in the League One Play-off Final against Huddersfield at Old Trafford as they attempt to make an immediate return to the Championship.
Mackail-Smith said: “Everyone was buzzing after we played so well to beat MK Dons to reach the final last week, but we’ve calmed down a bit now and we’re ready for Huddersfield.
Peterborough United’s chairman Darragh MacAnthony, whose leadership has put Peterborough United on the brink of a third promotion in four years, is taking no chances with missing the big match at Old Trafford.
The Grimsvotn volcano, in Iceland, erupted on Saturday and has caused some flights in the UK to be cancelled because of drifting ash and uncertainty surrounds travel in upcoming days.
In a bid to avoid heartache before the game even begins, Mr MacAnthony has decided to push forward his flight from Orlando to the UK from Friday to today (25 May).