Peterborough United host Gillingham this weekend looking to turn around their recent poor run of form.

Posh are without a win in their last four league games, scoring just one goal in the process.

It isn’t just the defeats that have worried Posh fans, but the manner of the defeats have been somewhat embarrassing, but a home game with Gillingham offers Darren Ferguson’s side the chance to return to winning ways.

Ahead of the game, we spoke to ‘GillsInTheBlood,’ a popular Gillingham fan page on social media.

Here is a look at what they had to say about Saturday’s trip to London Road:

Q: You’re currently 13th in the Sky Bet League One table, how does that compare to where you thought you would be at the start of the season? What would you consider a good finish for Gillingham come May?

A: I’m happy with how we’ve progressed since the start of the season. I said 9th back in the summer, and we could still sign a natural finisher, so I’ll stick to that. If we have a good window though then who knows because we’re playing well and are solidly defensively.

Q: Steve Evans is now in charge of you. He’s obviously very familiar to Posh fans after his very recent managerial spell with us…what do you think of him, firstly as a manager, and then as a person?

A: I was very pessimistic about his appointment when it was announced but I’m happy to admit he’s won me round. We all know of his past, but in terms of football, he’s made us harder to play against, got us playing in a decent way and he’s winning us games. On the touchline, he’s remained passionate without overstepping the line, so no complaints from me.

Q: What Gillingham players should Posh be wary of ahead of this weekend’s game?

A: There’s a few due to our current form. In goal Jack Bonham has meant Tomas Holy hasn’t been missed, Jack Tucker has emerged as a real talent and Connor Ogilvie has improved no end. At the other end of the pitch Brandon Hanlan will not let you settle with his pace and power – ask West Ham’s centre-backs – Alex Jakubiak is our top scorer and Mark Marshall is playing himself into some form, albeit mainly from the bench.

Q: What Posh players worry you? Who do you think could cause you the most trouble?

A: You clearly have one of the best sets of attacking players outside of the top two divisions, so we’ll have to be wary of the likes of Ivan Toney, Mo Eisa, and Marcus Maddison despite your recent poor run. It should be a good battle against a defence of ours that only conceded 4 goals in their last 8 league outings.

Q: You’ve picked up some impressive results over the last month or so, victory over Sunderland, a draw at Ipswich…do you think you can pick up a result against Posh? What’s your score prediction?

A: We’ve been in excellent form for a month or more now, and as I’ve mentioned already it could be an interesting contest between your (generally) potent attack and our strong defence. My heart says we could nick it by the odd goal, but my head says a 1-1 draw.

Q: You came up against a pretty much full strength West Ham side in the FA Cup last weekend…what was it like hosting a team of their stature?

A: It was brilliant to take them on in front of a packed house, and on the telly too. We were very good on the whole and bossed them during the first half without nicking a goal. In the end, their class told but if we take that type of performance into league games we’ll do fine.

Q: Let’s have your predictions for the final League One table…automatic promotion, Play-Off winners and the three sides that will go down.

A: Blimey, that’s a tough one considering six points separate you in 6th and Lincoln in 16th. If I had to estimate now I would go for Ipswich to win the league from Oxford, Portsmouth to win the Play-Off and the three that are in the drop zone now to go down.