Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Ollie Turton, Grant Ward and Jerry Yates all star as Blackpool beat Peterborough to move into play-offs

Blackpool completed a league double over high-flying Peterborough United last night to climb into the League One play-offs for the first time this season.

Wednesday, 24th March 2021, 9:16 am
Updated Wednesday, 24th March 2021, 9:59 am
Jerry Yates bagged a brace to take his tally to 16 goals this season

Here's how Pool's players rated during their 3-1 win...

Claimed crosses confidently to help relieve pressure and led throughout. No chance with the Posh goal.
Excellent defensively, putting his body on the line throughout. Kept the dangerous Sikiri Dembele quiet.

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The man just never lets you down. Made some vital blocks and somehow managed to keep Posh dangerman Jonson Clarke-Harris quiet.
Superb alongside Turton in makeshift partnership, barring his one error. Diagonal, long balls were a threat.
Scored his second goal in three games with a whirlwind long-range strike. Only time he gave Joe Ward an inch, the Posh man scored.
Combative, never shirked a challenge and broke up play superbly. Only negative was a couple of wayward passes.
Absolutely everywhere from start to finish, covering all areas of the pitch. Massive shift in the centre of the park.
Never stopped running. A constant menace for the full-back with his pressing, energy and darting runs.
Knits the play brilliantly and gets into some great areas. Played a key role in Luke Garbutt’s goal.
On top of his game once again. Forced mistakes, persistent closing down for Pool’s first goal and got into great positions.
Took his tally to the season to 16 with a brace. Non-stop with his pressing and tireless running.
For Embleton, 78' Gave Pool some fresh legs as they came under pressure late on. Allowed Embleton a deserved breather.