He has been a consistent performer for Town this year but he made a mistake for Peterborough’s goal by giving the ball away.
As we expect every week from Dunkley – he gets his head to everything. The defender played an important part in ensuring Town saw out the second half.
He carried the ball out of defence well at times but more importantly he was solid as a rock at the back for Town. A very impressive display, one of his best of the season.
Scored the goal which gave Town a 2-1 lead with a smart finish and was really good in his own box. Pennington is a really good one v one defender who rarely gets beaten.
He put in a great cross for Bayliss’s opener and he was tidy with the ball. Shipley has quality delivery in wide areas making him a very valuable player for Shrews.
Occupying that right wing-back slot, Moore had his best game in his latest role. He looked very composed there and defended very well.
The skipper calmly slotted the penalty past Lucas Bergstrom to give Town a two-goal cushion and was as combative as ever in midfield.
A quieter game for Winchester than last week but his energy was on full display in the second half when Town battled to see out the game.
At times, he makes it look so effortless and his opening goal was a great finish with his weaker foot. He had a good game here – he makes Salop tick.
Still no goal for Saydee but his link play was good, as usual – the forward gives so much to Town.
Worked hard up front in the second half when Town did not have too much of the ball, he was a nuisance in the first for Posh too.
Substitutes: Bowman 6 (Saydee 82) Pyke (Street 89).
Not used: Burgoyne, Barlow, Bailey, Bloxham, Hutchings