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07 March 2017 Venue Pride Park Stadium Attendance

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Derby County 1 PNE 1

7 March 2017

Derby County 1 PNE 1

Tom Barkhuizen grabbed his second goal in as many games with a 95th minute equaliser to give the Lilywhites a point at Pride Park.

The No.29 raced onto Chris Maxwell’s deep ball in behind and cleverly clipped the ball up and over Scott Carson to give the yellows a deserved draw against Steve McLaren’s men.

Matej Vydra had previously given the home side the lead five minutes into the second half. The former Watford forward stabbed home from close range after former North End striker David Nugent’s shot had deflected off a PNE heel into his path.

Manager Simon Grayson had sprung a surprise in his team, giving Andy Boyle his debut at centre half on his 26th birthday in a 4-4-2 formation, with Gallagher, Pearson and Robinson also restored to the starting XI.

The teams exchanged headed chances in the opening minutes, Vydra heading over from Cyrus Christie’s cross from the right and Jordan Hugill going close at the other end from Paul Gallagher’s pin point delivery from the North End right.

And it was another cross from the No.12 that saw the ball in the net for the first time just after the half hour mark, a superb deep ball finding a well-timed run from Callum Robinson at the back post. The striker headed powerfully past former England ’keeper Carson, but the linesman adjudged the No.37 to be offside when replays showed he was very much on.

The opener came five minutes after the break as Nugent raced into a right hand channel and drove into the box; he hit an early shot, but it hit a heel of a North End defender and fell perfectly for Vydra to lash home from ten yards out.

Into the closing five minutes and Christie made a superb goalline clearance to deny Paul Huntington a leveller; the centre half powering a header from McGeady’s cross from the left goalwards, only for the Irish right back to hoof the ball up and over the bar.

Five minutes stoppage time was added and in the final minute of stoppage time it was all-square. Maxwell did brilliantly to come out to the half way line and collect a cleared ball and played it in behind the Rams defence, Barkhuizen ran onto it clipped it over Carson and into the net before a back-tracking Marcus Olsson could get back to it.

Derby County line-up: Carson, Christie, Russell (Bryson, 90), Ince, Baird, Johnson, Pearce (c), Butterfield, Vydra (Camara, 74), Nugent (Bent, 82), Olsson. Subs not used: Mitchell, Anya, De Sart, Hughes.

PNE line-up: Maxwell, Clarke (c), Cunningham, Pearson, Huntington, Boyle, Barkhuizen, Gallagher (Johnson, 74), Robinson (Horgan, 62), Hugill (Makienok, 79), McGeady. Subs not used: Lindegaard, Browne, Makienok, Spurr, May.

Attendance: 26,301 (435 PNE fans)

Referee: Mr J Linington

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Derby County Ticket Details

6 February 2017

Ticket details for PNE's trip to Derby County in March have been confirmed.

North End face the Rams on Tuesday 7th March, with a 7.45pm kick-off. 

Tickets for this game are now on sale are are available online at MyPNE.Com, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office. 

PNE have been give an initial allocation of 1,259 tickets in the upper tier of the south east corner. 

Prices for this fixture are as follows: 

Adults £22
Seniors (65 and over) £15.50
U18s £12.50 

Derby County offer a multi-purchase discount on tickets purchased in advance of the day of the game. The discount is applied at the time of the original booking and sales cannot be added at a later date to any transactions. 

The offers available are as follows: 

- Ten per cent off when two to three tickets are purchased in the same transaction. 
- 20 per cent off when four or more tickets are purchased in the same transaction. 

Please be aware that these offers are for pre-sales only and are not available on the day of the game. Carer tickets are not counted as a ticket in the multi-purchase offer and the offers are not available online. 

Included in the allocation are eight pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets which are located on the disabled platform. These tickets are priced as per above with the carer ticket free of charge. 

Derby County offers car parking for disabled supporters who hold a blue badge and for supporters with temporary mobility restrictions. Spaces are priced at £5 each on a first come, first served basis and must be booked no later than 24 hours prior to matchday. 

Please note that supporters will be asked to show and display their blue badge when parking in these spaces. 

Supporters looking to book a parking space should contact Emma Drury at Derby County on 0871 472 1884(option one). 

Coach travel is available for this game and is priced at £15 for all. Coaches will depart both Deepdale and Leyland at 3.30pm.

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