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Match Previews

Preston North End vs Leeds United Match Preview

8 April 2019

North End face Leeds United on Tuesday night at Deepdale, with both sides looking to get back to winning ways after narrow defeats at the weekend.

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Ticket Information: Leeds United

8 April 2019

This is the third game between the two sides this season, with one win apiece – North End having knocked the Whites out of the League Cup, but the Elland Road outfit took all three points from their home league game against the Lilywhites.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side dropped out of the automatic promotion places with their defeat to Birmingham City at the weekend, but are still just a point behind the victors at Deepdale, Sheffield United, and will be looking for a quick return to the top two.

For Alex Neil’s men, they will be looking for another good performance and hopefully some of the luck and decisions they did not get against the Blades at the weekend.

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It’s a 7.45pm kick-off for our last midweek home game of the 2018/19 season, as we take on Marcelo Bielsa’s automatic promotion-chasers Leeds United in the SkyBet Championship at Deepdale this midweek…

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Ref Watch
The match official for Tuesday evening’s game against Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United at Deepdale is Robert Jones…

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Memorable Match
We go back to Halloween 2006 for our latest look back to a memorable game as the visitors were given a thoroughly scary experience…

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The One And Only Issue 24
Josh Earl admits he still pinches himself sometimes that he puts on a PNE shirt and runs out at Deepdale…

Click here for details of this Saturday’s matchday programme and more from Josh

Opposition View
Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa described the Lilywhites as 'different' opponents ahead of his side's trip to face Alex Neil's men at Deepdale on Tuesday night…

Click here to see what he has to say ahead of his side’s visit to PR1

Team News
Preston North End manager Alex Neil has no new injury concerns for his side’s clash with high-flying Leeds United on Tuesday night…

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Match Coverage
This Tuesday’s game at Deepdale is live on iFollow PNE for both overseas and UK-based supporters…

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Alex Neil’s Preview
Preston North End manager Alex Neil is not one to often give out a lot of praise for his opponents, but feels that Leeds United have been the team to watch this season…

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Ben Pearson Interview
Midfielder Ben Pearson admits his is prepared to put his body on the line for the cause as North End look to make a final push for the top six.…

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Match Reports

Preston North End 0 Leeds United 2

9 April 2019

Ten-man Preston North End were defeated on a controversial night at Deepdale.

Ben Pearson was given a straight red card early in the second half after a shoulder-to-shoulder challenge on Patrick Bamford, the striker then going on to score a brace.

It was a very tight game until the sending-off, with neither side dominating and very few clear-cut chances, but the reduction in bodies for the Lilywhites allowed space which the visitors took advantage of when the forward curled home his first and then headed a second.

Alex Neil was able to bring back Daniel Johnson into the starting XI, replacing Ryan Ledson in the side, the only change to the team.

Once again, North End’s major threat in the first half was Lukas Nmecha and he had a chance in the 13th minute, but his shot could only find the side-netting after Alan Browne had headed down from Sean Maguire’s cross.

Five minutes later and chances came at both ends in the space of a few seconds as a driven cross by Callum Robinson after a clever quick free kick was blocked and then on the break Bamford fired over the bar after a swift counter-attack.

The major talking point came four minutes into the second period when a long ball through to Bamford – who looked suspiciously offside – saw him collect and Pearson run alongside him and then ease him off the ball, only for the No.9 to end up in the floor in a crumpled state.

Referee Robert Jones was swiftly on the scene and produced a straight red card without hesitation.

And the Lilywhites were punished by Bamford just after the hour mark, collecting a ball that had come off a ricochet and then curled the ball into the bottom left-hand corner, Declan Rudd having no chance.

And then he made it 2-0 with less than a quarter of an hour to go when Mateusz Klich picked up the ball in the right-hand side of the penalty area and crossed to the penalty spot to where the former Chelsea man headed into the top right-hand corner.

A brilliant tackle in the final minute from Ben Davies prevented Bamford grabbing a hat-trick, as he raced clean through, only for the PNE No.6 to get back and superbly deny his shot and in the final of six added minutes Jayden Stockley was denied a consolation by a superb block by Liam Cooper after a brilliant build up by Fisher and Browne, but it remained 2-0.

PNE line-up: Rudd, Fisher, Earl, Pearson, Storey, Davies, Nmecha (Stockley, 87), Johnson, Maguire (Ledson, 70), Browne (c), Robinson (Moult, 58). Subs not used: Crowe, Rafferty, Ginnelly, Huntington.

Leeds United line-up: Casilla, Ayling, Cooper (c), Bamford (Roofe, 90), Alioski, Roberts (Forshaw, 83), Jansson, Hernandez, Harrison (Berardi, 77), Phillips, Klich. Subs not used: Peacock-Farrell, Dallas, Shackleton, Stevens.

Attendance: 18,109 (5,426 Leeds United fans)

Referee: Mr R Jones

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Ticket News

Ticket Information: Leeds United

8 April 2019

It’s a 7.45pm kick-off for our last midweek home game of the 2018/19 season, as we take on Marcelo Bielsa’s automatic promotion-chasers Leeds United in the SkyBet Championship at Deepdale this midweek.

Normal matchday prices apply for this game and you can click here for a full run down of the prices and concession categories on offer for league games at Deepdale.

Tickets are now on general sale from the ticket office at Deepdale, either to be loaded to your member card or via a paper ticket. For more information on member cards and their usage, click here.

For those turning up and buying on the day, purchases can be made in person at both the Sir Tom Finney ticket office and also use the Invincibles Pavilion ticket office, which can be used to buy tickets for any part of the ground, not just the Pavilion. The Sir Tom Finney ticket office is open from 9am on a matchday and the Invincibles Pavilion ticket office is open from 6pm.

Tickets can be purchased at Deepdale from 9am until 5pm on Monday and from 9am until kick-off on the day of the game, both in person and over the ticket hotline – 0344 856 1966.

Tickets can be purchased online at MyPNE.Com 24/7 right up until three hours before kick-off, with collections available from the Sir Tom Finney Stand collections windows, to the left of the ticket office. The online service is now fully responsive on both mobile and tablet.

Or, if you have a member card, you can buy right up until kick-off on MyPNE.Com and load your ticket straight to your card!

Away end tickets are sold out and none will be available on the day. Visiting Leeds supporters who have collections, can do so from the away ticket office next to the Bill Shankly Kop on Lowthorpe Road, open from 6.30pm.

For home fans travelling to the game the Leyland shuttle bus will be in operation for the game, stopping at the usual points; pick up times as usual.

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