Tough task awaits at London Road...
Week one of the new Championship campaign comes to an end on Saturday, and new signing David Norris believes the first two rounds of matches this week have gone as expected.
Leading 1-0 after an hour at Blackpool on Tuesday, United were actually topping the league, but by the end of the night, our conquerors were the only side who still maintained a 100 per cent winning record.
"I think it's started pretty much as you'd have expected," said David. "It's that sort of league. Everybody is beating everybody. There's only one team won both games.
"We had a good start on Tuesday which we looked to build on. Unfortunately we couldn't do that, but the games come thick and fast so we'll go to Peterborough and hopefully get it back on track.
"We did well for 70 minutes on Tuesday. We contained them and a few chances. They'll be in the Play-Offs at the very least, but it was disappointing.
"You have to move on though. We felt we could have got something and there was disappointment afterwards, but because of the way the games come you can't dwell on the wins or the losses."
While Blackpool are the only side with two wins, Saturday's opponents Peterborough are one of two sides have still to register a point.
"It'll make it more difficult for us on Saturday because they will be desperate to get points on the board," said David.
"They're in front of their own fans and that will make it difficult. This club also has a reputation where it seems like it's a bigger game for everybody. We lost the other day, but we'll forget about that and move on."