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Posh forced into changes

Peterborough will have to make two changes to their attack for the FA Cup replay visit of Kidderminster.

Lee Tomlin will begin a two-match suspension after he was sent off in the league defeat at Swindon on Saturday while Nicky Ajose is ineligible against the Harriers as he has already featured in the competition for Swindon during a loan spell at the County Ground earlier this season.

However, on-loan QPR midfielder Hogan Ephraim comes back into the reckoning after completing a three-match ban and Craig Alcock has resumed light training after an absence with a calf injury but the defender will probably not be ready in time to feature on Tuesday night.

Peterborough will return to the Stadium of Light to play Sunderland, who beat Posh in the Capital One Cup back in September, in the fourth round should they overcome non-league Kidderminster.

Kidderminster boss Andy Thorn will be without midfielder Callum Gittings as he looks to build on a successful first match in charge - Saturday's victory over Salisbury.

Gittings limped out of the original tie against Posh with a hamstring problem and has subsequently found out he has a chipped bone in his shoulder, which could see him sit out the rest of January.

Thorn may well decide to stick with the side that has done so well in the last two games, which would mean Jack Dyer continuing to wait for his first start since joining Harriers on loan from Burton.

Huddersfield target Joe Lolley, who struck a hat-trick in Kidderminster's 3-0 weekend win, will be available to continue in attack.


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