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Match Previews

Match Preview: Mansfield Town (A)

9 August 2021

Preston North End begin their Carabao Cup campaign on Tuesday night with a trip to League Two side Mansfield Town.

After previously not having played the Stags since 2005, this will be the second year in succession that PNE have come up against Mansfield, having faced them at the same stage of the same competition last season.

Heading into it after Saturday’s defeat to Hull City, Frankie McAvoy’s men will be looking for their first competitive win of the new campaign.

Match Information
Venue: 
One Call Stadium
Date: Tuesday 10th August, 7.45pm kick-off
Competition: Carabao Cup First Round
Kit: Home kit – available to purchase here!

Supporter Information

Ticket News

Mansfield Town Tickets On Sale Now

9 August 2021

PNE fans can still get their tickets for this fixture, with tickets remaining from the 1,700 allocation. Find full details here.

Carabao Cup fixtures are unavailable to stream both domestically and internationally on iFollow, but supporters can purchase an audio match pass here for £2.50, with commentary coming from Guy Clarke and David Buchanan.

PNE Team News

After missing the Hull game at the weekend due to isolation, Sean Maguire and Scott Sinclair will be back in contention to feature on Tuesday night.

First Team News

Frankie To Have Forwards Back Available For Mansfield

9 August 2021

Declan Rudd will be absent, though, as he recovers from a concussion injury which forced him off in the early stages of Saturday’s game.

Other than that, the squad came through the Championship opener unscathed and Frankie will have the majority of his team available to choose from.

The Opposition

After a positive pre-season which included victories over Championship sides Hull City and Coventry City, Mansfield got three points from their opening game of the League Two season on Saturday.

It was a 96th-minute penalty which gave them the win over Joey Barton’s Bristol Rovers, with Danny Johnson slotting home and sending the returning crowd behind the goal into raptures.

Both the Stags and their opposition last weekend are tipped to be up towards the top end of the division, so the win gave them a good platform to build on.

Key Stats

In recent meetings, PNE have defended admirably when coming up against the side from Nottinghamshire, going the last five games without conceding a goal.

The Lilywhites have also scored 15 times in those matches, too, with 4-0 being the outcome of the last two encounters.

A famous meeting between the two came in 1995, when North End hosted the Stags at Deepdale and came out 6-0 winners, with the lethal strike force of Andy Saville and Steve Wilkinson both bagging a hat-trick.

Our Last Meeting

First Team News

DJ Thankful For Gold Cup Support

9 August 2021

Mansfield came to PR1 just short of 12 months ago after being drawn against Alex Neil’s PNE in the first round of the 2020/21 Carabao Cup.

That fixture actually took place before the start of the league term, with both clubs agreeing to play the game as part of their pre-season preparations.

As previously mentioned, North End came out 4-0 winners and had four different scorers on the day, with Tom Barkhuizen, Sean Maguire, Patrick Bauer and Josh Harrop all finding the back of the net.

Man In The Middle

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Not only are these sides meeting each other at the same stage of the same competition as last season, but the man in the middle on that day will again take charge.

That game last year was only Ross Joyce's second time overseeing a North End match, the first being the 6-0 victory over Barnet in the FA Cup in 2013, in which Paul Gallagher scored a hat-trick.

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Frankie To Have Forwards Back Available DJ Thankful For Gold Cup Support

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Match Reports

Match Report: Mansfield Town 0 PNE 3

10 August 2021

PNE progressed to the second round of the Carabao Cup with a 3-0 victory over League Two side Mansfield Town.

The Lilywhites headed into half-time with a one-goal lead courtesy of Scott Sinclair’s opener just before the break.

North End then took the game away from the hosts in the second half, as substitute Emil Riis doubled the lead and Sinclair got his second of the game.

One of seven changes to Frankie McAvoy’s line-up from the weekend saw Daniel Iversen start and he was tested early, with Rhys Oates taking on an effort inside three minutes, but the Dane kept it out diving to his left.

North End had a big chance 13 minutes into the game, as a lovely pass by Maguire sent Sinclair into the area and he was frustrated by goalkeeper Nathan Bishop, who saved well with his legs.

While still a competitive game, chances over the next 20 minutes or so were at a premium, with Brad Potts sending a speculative effort over the bar from 30 yards before Jordan Storey then saw his header comfortably caught by the ‘keeper.

Rhys Oates then came close for the Stags on 36 minutes, with the forward showing nice feet to make space for himself, but he sent his effort across goal and wide.

Just a few moments after Iversen was required to keep out Ryan Stirk’s effort at one end, North End went down the other to open the scoring. Maguire sent Sinclair through on goal and, despite looking like the angle was against him, Scotty chipped the ball over the ‘keeper and into the back of the net.

The two sides came out unchanged after half-time and most of the football was being played in the middle of the pitch, with North End managing to keep the ball for large periods, prompting ‘oles’ from the away end.

PNE were forced to do some defending on 63 minutes, though, as Jordan Storey made sure a dangerous cross into the near post from the right didn’t find Bowery just six yards out.

Just short of ten minutes later, the Lilywhites doubled their lead courtesy of Riis, who picked up the pieces after Sinclair saw his effort excellently saved following a poor goal-kick from the ‘keeper. His parry came out into a dangerous area and, after working hard to pinch the ball from the defender, the Dane superbly found the top corner.

North End almost had a phenomenal third soon afterwards, with Potts seeing his audacious scissor kick smash against the post.

They weren’t made to wait too much longer for that third, though, as Ben Whiteman fed Sinclair with a superb pass into the box and the forward showed his class to take the ball in, turn and calmly slot home to seal the win.

There was then chance for Frankie McAvoy to hand Joe Rodwell-Grant his senior debut for his boyhood club, while Jamie Thomas made his competitive bow for his new side.

PNE line-up: Iversen; Storey, Bauer, Hughes; van den Berg, Whiteman, Johnson, Potts (Thomas, 83), Cunningham; Maguire (Riis, 67), Sinclair (Rodwell-Grant, 82).

Subs not used: Ripley, Harrop, Rafferty, Earl.

Mansfield line-up: Bishop; Gordon, Rawson, McLaughlin, Burke; Clarke (Johnson, 80), Maris (Law, 74), Stirk, Lapslie; Oates (Sinclair, 65), Bowery.

Subs not used: Shelvey, Hawkins, Perch, Clarke.

Attendance: 2,526 (486 PNE fans)

Referee: Mr R Joyce

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Ticket News

Huddersfield Town Ticket Details

16 August 2021

Huddersfield Town have confirmed they will be selling tickets on the turnstiles when PNE head to West Yorkshire on Tuesday evening.

Sales on the night will be cash only, but please note that the U11 price band will not be available at the game.

Tickets in all categories will remain on sale from the Deepdale ticket office until 3pm both in person and over the phone on Tuesday, while they will also be available online until 2pm on mypne.com.

Supporters who are collecting tickets from the John Smith's Stadium can do so from window two of the Huddersfield ticket office.

Over 900 of the allocated 1,200 tickets have been sold for this fixture, with pricing as follows:

Adults (19 to 59) £25
Seniors (60 and over) £20
U19s £15
U11s £10

There are wheelchair and carer tickets still available on an elevated platform, with disabled supporters paying in accordance with their price band, while an accompanying carer ticket will be provided free of charge if required.

A block of tickets have been set aside for families or elderly supporters who do not wish to stand for prolonged periods of time. Please request this block with the ticket office at the time of booking or by emailing ticketoffice@pne.com if buying online. Otherwise, tickets will be allocated in the main allocation.

Coach travel from Deepdale is now fully booked, with limited availability remaining from Leyland. Travel is priced at £12 per person and the coaches will depart at 4.45pm.

You can purchase your tickets over the phone on 0344 856 1966, at the ticket office at Deepdale or online at mypne.com.

Fans can find everything they need to know ahead of travelling to the game in Huddersfield's supporters' guide.

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