ON loan from Exeter City and thrown into the play-off spotlight when replacing the injured Joe Lewis in the semi-final against MK Dons.
Let in three goals in quick time but redeemed himself with a clean sheet in the second leg at London Road to help Posh through.
THE former Wolves defender has pace as a massive asset, but he can be caught out of position and he's weak aerially.
He has been watched, however, by a number of Premiership clubs, including Everton. He is a fan of the Goodison Park club.
PLAYED his best football this season in midfield. Hasn't looked at all happy at left-back, probably because he prefers his right foot.
Began his career at Tottenham and has been at London Road for four years, making over 150 appearances for the club.
IMMENSE in the second half of the season. Not comfortable on the ball, but there can't be a braver defender in the division.
Has been suffering from a shoulder injury which forced him off in the semi-final second leg against MK Dons and which remains a risk.
HAS looked like a £700,000 player for most of the season. Cool, composed and he's toughened up.
An England Under 18 cap who played against Austria, he was signed from Grimsby Town in 2009 after an impressive string of games at Blundell Park.
THE Northern Ireland international has a brilliant range of passing and is a set-piece expert.
Starts most of the Posh attacks and is definitely a threat to look out for.
Was previously with Scunthorpe, Barnsley and Cheltenham.
THE Australian import is the unsung worker of the Peterborough midfield.
A big battler with a big heart, he loves a tackle and will get about the pitch.
Previously at Leicester, he had loan spells with Cheltenham, Dundee United and Hamilton.
HE has revelled in the midfield diamond thanks to bundles of energy, a good touch and he is capable of scoring crucial goals.
From Wythenshawe, he had two years with Stockport County before signing for the Posh, where he has become a fixture in the side.
Been in and out of form during the season, but remains a quality player with massive goal potential at his best.
The Chatham-born frontman began his career with Stevenage Borough, after playing youth football for Charlton Athletic.
MADE a massive impact in his first season in the Football League.
Great touch, good vision, powerful shot, but needs to rein in his temper at times on the pitch.
Has eight goals in 37 games since joining from Rushden and Diamonds.
ONE of the undoubted star players of League I this season.
Great player with a terrific attitude, finishes well, quick, strong, much-improved in the air.
A new Scotland cap, he is on top form right now.
SIGNED in February last year as both player and goalkeeping coach, he has vast experience over a 23-year career.
Became a regular and played most of his senior matches for Lincoln City and then Northampton Town. Well respected in the game.
HAVING started out at Preston North End, he became a regular over a six-year period with Shrewsbury Town.
Played well over 200 matches for the club before being signed at London Road in 2010. Has two goals in 15 appearances so far.
Joined Posh on a free transfer in the summer of 2010 after spells with Yeovil and Nottingham Forest.
The Welshman can play in either of the wide positions or as a central striker if needed as an option.
A regular on the substitutes’ bench this term.
PLAYED on loan with Swindon last season before deciding to leave Manchester City for London Road.
Was a member of the Manchester City team which won the FA Youth Cup in 2008.
Became a regular scorer in the Premier reserve league.
HAS played this season on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers and has netted five goals in 33 appearances.
Born in Birmingham, he has played for the England age-group sides and he will be desperate to get into the action tomorrow.
Played non-league for Maldon Town and Billericay Town before signing pro for Peterborough in 2007.
Had a loan spell at Gillingham last year, playing four matches, but he has been a solid contributor for Posh and has 118 games under his belt (12 goals).
HAS made 22 appearances this season for Barnet and Posh, netting two goals.
Signed from Barnet on a free in January and made his debut for the London Road club in a 2-0 win at Yeovil at the beginning of February, when he got his name on the scoresheet.