By Noah Woodland
Peterborough Sports FC away from home are next up on Gloucester City's list of opponents, The Tigers will look to make it back to back wins after the 2-0 victory over Spennymoor Town last weekend.
City are unbeaten in three, drawing two and winning one, which has earned Steven King's side a move up to the 9th place spot, five points off the play-off places.
Peterborough Sports FC are on a bad run of form, without a win in four, sitting in 16th place with the last result being a 0-0 stalemate away at Boston United.
ABOUT PETERBOROUGH SPORTS FC
Founded in 1908, originally known as Brotherhoods Engineering Works as a non-competitive factory side, with the company being famous for making the first steam turbine engine in the world.
Nickname: The Turbines
Home Ground: Lincoln Road, Peterborough (Capacity 2,300)
Players to watch: Jordan Nicholson, Dion Sembie-Ferris and Mark Jones.
The last fixture between the two sides was in August 2022 at the TigerTurf, with the result being a 3-1 Tigers victory. The Turbines went ahead through Jordan Nicholson, however City came back and claimed all three points with goals coming from Matt McClure with two and Sion Spence with one.
PLAYERS WHO HAVE PLAYED FOR BOTH GLOUCESTER CITY AND PETERBOROUGH SPORTS FC
Paul White: Gloucester City 2014-15 || Peterborough Sports 2021