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19 November 2019 Venue Weston Homes Stadium Attendance

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Big Match Preview: Peterborough v Stevenage

18 November 2019

Stevenage travel to The Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday 19th November for our Emirates FA Cup 1st Round Replay with Peterborough United…

  • Ticket News…

Tickets are available for Boro supporters and are priced as follows:

  • Adults: £15
  • 65+: £10
  • Under 22s: £10
  • Under 18s: £5
  • Under 12s: £1

Tickets are now only available from the Peterborough United Ticket Office ahead of kick-off. Collections can be made from the Stevenage FC Club Shop before 3pm, after this time, they will be transported to Peterborough where collections will be available from approximately 5pm.

  • Travel…

Need a lift to the game? The Stevenage FC Supporters Association coach will be departing The Lamex Stadium at 5:00pm on the day of the game, so please arrive with time to spare in order to ensure an on-time departure.

To view prices and to book your seat, please visit

  • Onto the game…

After an end-to-end encounter nine days ago, another 90 minutes will be needed to separate the two teams and decide who plays Dover Athletic in the Second Round.

Elliott List’s second half opener was cancelled out by Marcus Maddison’s strike with ten minutes to go, and forced a midweek trip to The Weston Homes Stadium for Mark Sampson’s Stevenage.

Both teams were forced to endure a Saturday without football at the weekend, with international call-ups postponing Boro’s tie with Oldham Athletic, and Bury’s expulsion from the EFL meaning no game for Posh.

Since the start of last month, Stevenage have gone four games without defeat in all competitions, with only one loss in the last eight. On the other hand, Peterborough United had lost their last two games before their trip to The Lamex Stadium, however they still sit in fourth in the League One play-off places.

A midweek victory over rivals Cambridge United in the Trophy on Tuesday will have boosted morale inside the dressing room, and halted a mini-dip in form.

Tomorrow’s clash with Peterborough does not come without injury worries for Mark Sampson, with Kurtis Guthrie, Dean Parrett, Kelland Watts and Luther James-Widlin all set to miss out.

  • Previous meetings…

Last Saturday was Stevenage’s first competitive encounter with Peterborough United in over five years. A 1-0 home defeat in February 2014 thanks to Nicky Ajose’s winner put Stevenage nine points adrift at the bottom of League One.

The same season however, Stevenage recorded their first and only win over Posh in the reverse fixture, with Lucas Akins bagging the only goal of the game.

That game will be remembered by the win of course, but some will remember it by a moment of magic from Francois Zoko.

After collecting the ball on the halfway line, the Ivorian double-rouletted his way past Gabriel Zakuani before powering past Tommy Rowe, and then fluffing the pass after all his hard work.

  • Officials…

Referee: Ollie Yates

Assistant Referee 1: Andrew Dallison

Assistant Referee 2: Abbas Khan

Fourth Official: Declan Bourne

  • Betting...

Stevenage are 11/2 underdogs with league sponsors, Sky Bet. If you fancy a flutter this weekend, use our designated link which enables the club to receive a slice of your stake!


Also, don't forget that supporters can now check-in on matchdays, unlock achievements and earn special rewards courtesy of Sky Bet, title sponsors of the EFL. Download the new Sky Bet EFL Rewards app by clicking here. 

  • Online coverage...

Live match commentary will be available for both UK and Overseas iFollow subscribers so make sure you sign up to listen to the game.

Make sure you are following our Twitter account throughout the day as we bring you the very latest from The Weston Homes Stadium.


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Match Reports

Report: Peterborough 2-0 Stevenage

19 November 2019

Joe Dent

Stevenage crashed out of the Emirates FA Cup on Tuesday Night at The Weston Homes Stadium as Peterborough made home advantage count to win 2-0...

Mo Eisa’s 10th minute strike from the edge of the box was punctuated by Ricky-Jade Jones' last minute clincher, as Boro exited the competition at the First Round stage despite a spirited performance that pushed the hosts all the way.

Mark Sampson named three changes from the first match of the tie, bringing in Tom Soares, Luis Fernandez and Elliott List as Dean Parrett and Kurtis Guthrie missed out through injury, whilst Terence Vancooten was away on International Duty for Guyana.

Peterborough made most of the running during the early goings and after Toney came inches away from connecting to an in-swinging Maddison cross, his strike partner Eisa fired home from 20 yards out to put the home side ahead.

Posh’s goalscorer in the first leg, Maddison, tested Farman 10 minutes later from a tight angle and it was clear that Boro would be in for a difficult evening away at the League One high-flyers.

Stevenage grew into the half though and Stokes came close to finding the top corner from distance after being teed up by Lakin from a short free-kick before right down the other end, Burrows blazed over from a closer distance after receiving a cut-back inside the box.

Farman was at his best with 37 minutes gone as he beat away another Eisa effort, this time hit with particular venom to keep the score at 1-0, before Sonupe dragged a shot wide and Lakin hit one wide as the half drew to a close with Stevenage still in the tie.

Just two minutes into the second half, Eisa brought another fine stop out of Farman after Peterborough capitalised on a lost ball in midfield to break away with a three on two situation – Maddison picking out his teammate but the Stevenage stopper equal to the Posh striker’s effort.

Elliott List almost got into a shooting position with just under an hour played, but failed to either shoot nor cross from a narrow angle, as Posh keeper Pym was able to get down and smother the ball.

Boro were getting on top of the contest and five minutes later, List had the best Stevenage chance of the match up to that point, as he received the ball 25 yards out, before shifting inside and aiming for the bottom corner, only to see Pym palm the ball away.

Nugent almost put the ball into his own net on 67 minutes as he made a vital block at the near-post and in the same moment of play, Cuthbert injured his groin, meaning the end of the Captain’s night.

A double substitution beckoned as Mackail-Smith and Cowley came on for Cuthbert and Timlin, with Boro going for the jugular in the final 20 minutes.

Maddison could have sealed the deal with 75 minutes gone, as he intercepted a loose Stevenage pass before driving at the defence, but his deflected strike failed to trouble Farman.

During a crazy 60 seconds of football, Ward hit the post for Posh with the goal gaping and then, List went right up the other end of the pitch to almost win a penalty as Pym came rushing out of his goal, but referee Ollie Yates waved away the protests.

Stevenage had the better of the second half and came inches away from what would have surely been a late equaliser from a well-struck set-piece - List flicking on a quickly took free-kick towards the back-post, where neither Mackail-Smith nor Carter could get a telling touch.

List was then denied by Pym from just a few yards out as Stevenage threw everything at Peterborough in the remaining minutes, causing the hosts plenty to think about with just a one goal lead.

Smyth came on in added but once again it was that final touch, pass or shot that let Boro down as Posh broke away in numbers with seconds remaining to make it 2-0 and seal their place in the Second Round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Attendance: 3593 (375 away)


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Ticket News

Tickets & Travel: Peterborough FA Cup Replay

18 November 2019

Fixture and ticket details for Stevenage's Emirates FA Cup First Round replay against Peterborough United can be confirmed...

Following Saturday's 1-1 draw at The Lamex Stadium, Boro travel to The Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday 19th November 2019 for a 7:45pm kick-off against the Posh.

Tickets are on sale now and are priced as follows:

  • Adults: £15
  • 65+: £10
  • Under 22s: £10
  • Under 18s: £5
  • Under 12s: £1

Purchase your tickets from from, the Club Shop or by calling 01438 223223.

Advance sales end at 4pm on Monday 18th November 2019 and collections from the Stevenage FC Ticket Office end at 3pm on Tuesday 19th November 2019. After this time, tickets will be transported to Peterborough where they will be available for collection.

Tickets are also available from the Peterborough United Ticket Office on the day of the game, with no price increase.


The Stevenage FC Supporters Association coach will be departing The Lamex Stadium at 5pm on the day of the game, so please arrive on-time to ensure a scheduled departure. Tickets cost £20 for both SA members and non-members.

To book a seat, please call John Carroll on 01438 814285 after 6pm or visit and book online.


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