RICKY Miller's last tangle with a West Yorkshire team cost him a six-match ban.

Now the prolific non-League striker's stint on the sidelines is up just in time to face another.

Miller is ready to make his delayed debut in Peterborough colours against City tomorrow.

He is unlikely to start as boss Grant McCann sticks with an unchanged line-up for the sixth league game running.

But the 28-year-old will be desperate to come off the bench after an enforced extended break.

Miller's phenomenal 42-goal haul for Dover last season persuaded Posh to snap up the local lad in the summer.

But he has been serving a lengthy suspension after being found guilty of biting Guiseley defender Connor Brown during a game at Nethermoor in March.

Miller was originally banned for a whopping 12 games but that was halved after a successful appeal when he claimed that it was the only way he could escape being caught in a head-lock.

Miller's last competitive outing typically saw him bag a hat-trick at Barrow on the final day of the National League campaign.

Junior Morias is set to be the striker most under threat from Miller's availability. But McCann has no need to throw him straight in after a start which saw Posh win their opening four games.

Miller said: "I have watched all of the games and that has been good. But nothing beats playing and I can't wait for my season to get started.

"I feel like I have had an extra pre-season. I have played a lot of reserve and friendly games and have been happy with the goals that I have scored – but none of them will mean as much as my first proper goal for Posh.

"Playing at the ABAX Stadium will be an incredible experience. I've stood on the terrace before, so it will be surreal to play my first league game."