The League One table is starting to take shape, with a fierce battle in the top six places.
League One returns with a full fixture list tonight, and the big game sees fourth placed Brentford hosting third placed Peterborough in a top of the table clash.
Uwe Rosler has guided The Bees up the table and earned a respectable draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers at weekend, but Darren Ferguson's Peterborough are in a terrible run of form having lost their last four league games, including shock defeats to Stevenage, Walsall and Colchester. Ferguson commented on their struggles by saying the fans can expect changes in the transfer window.
"It's up to me to find a way to get our form back. But there's no question in my own mind I know what I want to do," Ferguson said."It's just a pity the next month is not January, because there are certainly going to be changes."
Brentford have won five of their last six games and a win over a reeling Posh side would propel them above Ferguson's men and into third place,
Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Jamie O'Hara could be set for a move away from Molineux, with Paul Ince's Blackpool lining up a deal for the former Spurs and Portsmouth man. Manager Kenny Jackett confirmed that O'Hara will spend a couple of days training with the Seasiders ahead of a potential loan move. It's quite the fall from grace for O'Hara, who cost Wolves £5m in 2011, but upon their relegation to League One, O'Hara found himself transfer listed in a bid to slash to wage bill.
Rotherham boss Steve Evans says St. Johnstone striker Stevie May is out of his price range after having a big rejected by the Scottish side. May, 21, has been in prolific form this season with eight goals in 13 SPL games, and previously attracted interest from Peterborough.
"We offered £300,000 and were quoted £800,000. That price is out of our range. We left our offer on the table and asked them to get back to us and they haven't, so I have to assume they value him at that amount. People in football are only worth what people are willing to pay and St Johnstone are entitled to price him up as they see fit. He has got a lot of attributes that I like and he's scored consistently over the last three seasons."
In other transfer news, MK Dons have extended the loan deal of West Ham defender Jordan Spence until January, whilst Gillingham have landed West Brom youngster Donervon Daniels until after the New Year.
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