Berg hopeful on duo
Henning Berg hopes to have Jason Lowe and Gael Givet at his disposal when he goes in search of a first win as Blackburn manager.
Martin Olsson, Jordan Rhodes, Grant Hanley and Simon Vukcevic have all returned from international duty unscathed, while Colin Kazim-Richards could feature in attack following a muscle strain.
Rookie right-back Adam Henley is set to continue having started all three games since Berg's arrival. The man the 18-year-old displaced, Bradley Orr, joined Ipswich on loan this week.
Portugal Under-21 winger Fabio Nunes returned as a substitute in last weekend's 1-1 draw with Birmingham after time out with a hamstring problem and is pushing for inclusion once more.
Lowe recently came back from a hamstring injury and was withdrawn from England Under-21 duty as a precaution in midweek but is expected to be fit for action at Peterborough.
Givet is yet to feature under Berg having suffered a leg injury in training on the eve of the 43-year-old's first game in charge against Crystal Palace, although the French defender is also hopeful of being involved.