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Preston North End Match v Millwall Preview

13 February 2020

Two in-form sides meet at Deepdale on Saturday, with the Lilywhites facing a tough test when Gary Rowett brings his Millwall side north.

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Ticket Information: Millwall Home

13 February 2020
The Lilywhites took three points from their midweek trip to Stoke City, whilst Millwall took a good point from the London derby with third-placed Fulham.
 
The Lions have risen to the cusp of the Play-Offs and will look at this as a chance to close the gap on the currently sixth-placed Lilywhites.
 
Former North End favourite Callum Davidson is on the coaching staff for the visitors and he and the Lions boss have made them a tough nut to crack since their appointment.
 
After two games on the road, North End now have back-to-back Saturday home games, so take the opportunity to get down and support Alex and the squad as they look to continue their push.
 
For Your Information
Match Details: PNE v Millwall, Deepdale, Saturday 15th February 2020, kick-off 3pm
Competition: EFL Championship (33/46)
PNE colours: Home kit, goalkeeper in green
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Here’s all the coverage accessible on PNE.Com in preview of the game…
 
Ticket Information: For our latest game, we welcome Gary Rowett’s Millwall to Deepdale this Saturday afternoon. Click here for more information.
 
Match Officials: It’s a first Preston North End game of the season for Tony Harrington when he is the match official for Saturday’s clash with Gary Rowett’s Millwall at Deepdale. Click here for details of all the officials.
 
We’ve Met Before: Preston North End welcome the Lions to Deepdale for the 32nd time in league action this weekend. Click here for more details of past battles.
 
How To Follow The Game: If you can’t make it to Deepdale for this weekend’s clash with Millwall, don’t worry, we will have full coverage on PNE.Com and iFollow PNE. Click here for details of how you can follow the match.
 
The One And Only Issue 20: One PNE player who won’t worry about opposition fans getting on his back as the pressure builds in the charge for a Play-Off spot is Darnell Fisher. Click here for details of the skipper’s interview in the weekend’s programme.
 
Team News: After a bruising Wednesday night win at Stoke City, manager Alex Neil will give his squad as long as possible to recover ahead of another tough test at home to Millwall on Saturday. Click here for details of the options.
 
Alex Neil Impressed By Gary Rowett’s Millwall Impact: Preston North End manager Alex Neil believes his counterpart at The Den has done an excellent job since taking over. Click here for the manager’s full interview.
 
Scott Sinclair Getting Up To Speed: Preston North End’s January recruit Scott Sinclair is feeling like he is getting match sharp after his first month at the club. Click here for more from Scott.

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Match Reports

Preston North End 0 Millwall 1

15 February 2020

A late second half header from Shaun Hutchinson gave Millwall the points on a wet and windy afternoon at Deepdale.

The Lions man nodded home from close range after Murray Wallace had headed the ball back into the area after a Ryan Wood corner had been cleared and Gary Rowett’s men clung on for the win.
 
The Lilywhites will feel aggrieved, however, with a stonewall early penalty denied after Tom Barkhuizen had been clipped by Jake Cooper, by referee Tony Harrington.
 
Manager Alex Neil had made two changes from the side that won at Stoke in midweek; David Nugent coming in to lead the line and Tom Clarke captained from right back with Darnell Fisher not making the 18.
 
And the home side started the game superbly, dominating the first 20 minutes, but the key penalty incident coming inside six minutes, as Barkhuizen burst into the box from Daniel Johnson’s flick. The No.29 was past Cooper, but had his heel clipped and with the assistant on the right side it looked like he or the referee had to have seen the incident, but neither appeared to and play was allowed to go on.
 
Two minutes later, with the entire stadium on it’s feet clapping and signing in memory of the late great Sir Tom Finney, PNE put together a great piece of play with Alan Browne sending Barkhuizen down the right; he pulled the ball back for Johnson, who unleashed a shot that was well-saved by Bartosz Bialkowski and Nugent fired the rebound over the bar.
 
Chances kept coming and on 13 minutes Scott Sinclair picked up the ball from Nugent’s nod down of Clarke’s right-wing cross, but his spin and shot was also straight at the former Ipswich Town ’keeper.
 
Having soaked up plenty of pressure, the visitors began to come into the game and looked dangerous from set pieces and on 18 minutes Jed Wallace delivered a corner, Cooper rising for a header, but Johnson making a superb block in the six-yard box to deny Millwall from a scramble.
Ten minutes before the interval Patrick Bauer lifted a ball into the area, which was chested down by Sinclair for Barkhuizen in space, but he dragged his right-foot effort wide of the left-hand upright from 12 yards out.
After the break the visitors got in the ascendency and just after the hour mark Welsh forward Tom Bradshaw broke clean through and ran 50 yards, eventually beating Declan Rudd with his effort from the edge of the penalty area, but his shot was against the bar and over.
 
However, they took the lead with 12 minutes left. Wood delivered an out-swinging corner from the right-hand side, that Andrew Hughes headed clear, but only onto the head of Murray Wallace, who put the ball back in the box and Hutchinson was played onside by a late evictee from the six yard area and nodded home from a few yards out.
 
Changes were made to the set-up, with Paul Gallagher, Sean Maguire and Josh Harrop all added and Bauer thrown forward in search of a goal in what were wild and torrential conditions that had descended during the second half.
 
And in the first minute of four added on Barkhuizen was flattened by Cooper 25 yards from goal and Gallagher curled his free over the wall and onto target, but Bialkowski got across to push the shot away from the bottom right-hand corner. In the last seconds there was also another penalty shot with Bauer going down under pressure from substitute Ryan Leonard, but again nothing was awarded and the Lions held on.
 
PNE line-up: Rudd, Clarke (c), Hughes, Pearson, Bauer, Davies, Barkhuizen, Johnson, Nugent (Maguire, 76), Browne (Gallagher, 65), Sinclair (Harrop, 65). Subs not used: Hudson, Fisher, Rafferty, Stockley.
 
Millwall line-up: Bialkowski, M Wallace, Hutchinson, Cooper, J Wallace (Smith, 90), Bradshaw (Mahoney, 76), Romeo, Pearce (c), Moulmby, Woods, Bodvarsson (Leonard, 86). Subs not used: Steele, Ferguson, O’Brien, Skalak.
 
Attendance: 12,468 (724 Millwall fans)
 
Referee: Mr T Harrington

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Ticket News

Ticket Information: Millwall Home

13 February 2020

For our latest game, we welcome Gary Rowett’s Millwall to Deepdale this Saturday afternoon.

First Team News

Match Officials: Millwall Home

13 February 2020
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.
 
This season we are also offering print at home tickets, so you can buy online and print out your ticket without needing to collect on the day, click here for more information.
 
For those still 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 1pm.
Tickets can be purchased at Deepdale from 9am until 5pm on Thursday, 9am until 6pm on Friday night, from 9am until kick-off on the day of the game, both in person and over the ticket hotline – 0344 856 1966.
First Team News

We’ve Met Before: Millwall Home

13 February 2020
Paper and print at home tickets can be purchased online at MyPNE.Com 24/7 right up until two 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!
 
For Lions fans, there are no tickets are available on the day. Any collections for visiting supporters are from the away ticket office next to the Bill Shankly Kop on Lowthorpe Road, which will open from 1.30pm.
 
For home fans travelling to the game, the Leyland shuttle bus will be in operation, pick up points and times are as follows: 1.20pm, Leyland Tesco; 1.30pm, Railway Pub Leyland; 1.40pm, Beam and Brycg Pub Bamber Bridge; arrive Deepdale, 2.10pm. Tickets are £3 for a single or £4 return.

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