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Match Previews

Match Preview: Millwall (A)

31 January 2022

Preston North End will look for a first victory over Millwall since February 2019 when they head to The Den on Tuesday evening.

Match Information
Venue: The Den
Date: Tuesday 1st February, 7.45pm kick-off
Competition: EFL Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 29/46)
Kit: Home kit – available to order here!

Ticket Information

Ticket News

Millwall Ticket Details

31 January 2022

Tickets will remain on sale from the Deepdale ticket office and online from until 10am on Tuesday morning.

Millwall will also be selling to our supporters on the night of the game from the North Stand Ticket Office from 5.30pm with a price increase of £3 in all age categories.

Tickets can also be collected from the same location on Tuesday night.

Match Coverage

For midweek fixtures that were initially scheduled to take place on a weekend, the choice for the game to be shown live on iFollow PNE is at the discretion of the home club. Therefore, Millwall have made the decision for this fixture to not be streamed to supporters inside the UK and Ireland, and it will also not be shown on the Sky Sports red button.

However, those not making the journey to South East London can listen to the game as normal with a £2.50 match pass or a £4.49 monthly pass, while supporters outside of the UK and Ireland can also watch the game live with a £10 match pass. Click here to subscribe!

We will also be providing our usual coverage on our social media channels and here on PNE.Com.

PNE Team News


After signing a deal until the end of the season on Monday, defender Bambo Diaby will go straight in to contention to make his PNE debut in this fixture.

Sean Maguire is likely to miss out again with an ankle injury, while the likes of Tom Barkhuizen and Josh Murphy remain sidelined.

Daniel Johnson is still away on international duty, but is expected to be back available for Saturday’s game against Hull City.

The Opposition


While keeping one of the tightest defences in the division, goals haven’t been regular enough for Gary Rowett's Millwall to challenge at the top end of the table, as they sit 15th in the league, just one point and two places below PNE.

Their chances haven’t been helped in the last few weeks, either, as they lost top goalscorer Tom Bradshaw to injury after he’d netted in five successive league matches, and talisman Jed Wallace has also been sidelined.

They’ve drafted in Republic of Ireland forward Oliver Burke from Sheffield United on loan until the end of the season, and it’s likely he’ll earn his second start for the club on Tuesday night, playing in and around Benik Afobe.

Key Stats

Millwall are on their best winning streak against PNE in club history, having won each of the last four meetings, and they’ll be looking to extend that run to five on Tuesday.

North End have enjoyed themselves away from home in midweek recently, having won each of the last four games on the road played outside of a weekend.

Ben Whiteman is in line to make his 50th league appearance for the club.

Our Last Meeting

Millwall came out on top the last time these two sides met, back in March 2021.

Ched Evans had put North End ahead with a stunning volley just 12 minutes in to the game, but a late Mason Bennett header, following Scott Malone’s equaliser, earned a victory for the home side.

Man In The Middle


Kevin Friend will be the man taking the whistle on Tuesday evening, for his first PNE game of the season.

The experienced referee, whose first North End game was back in 2006, has officiated mainly in the Premier League so far this term, taking charge of just two Championship games.

Friend hasn’t refereed a PNE game since October 2020 when two penalties earned a 2-0 victory away to Queens Park Rangers.

Pre-Match Interviews

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Match Reports

Match Report: Millwall 0 PNE 0

1 February 2022

Ben Whiteman struck the woodwork with a second-half penalty as PNE and Millwall shared the spoils in a goalless draw at The Den.

It was a tight encounter all night long in the capital, but North End had the best chance of the game just after the hour mark as Andrew Hughes was fouled in the area, but Whiteman hit the post from 12 yards.

Ryan Lowe opted to make three changes from the weekend’s draw against Bristol City, with Ali McCann, Ched Evans and Liam Lindsay coming in for PNE.

It was a quiet opening to the game, with neither goalkeeper called into action, but the hosts had two promising efforts on the half-hour mark.

First it was Maikel Kieftenbeld who tried his luck with a volley from 25 yards, seeing his effort headed over by a PNE defender, before Daniel Iversen comfortably caught Mason Bennett’s curling strike.

North End’s first shot on target of the game came shortly afterwards through Saturday’s two-time goalscorer Emil Riis, although his low effort was saved by Bartosz Bialkowski.

After going into the break goalless, Millwall had an early chance in the second period through Benik Afobe who was played through on goal, but he was met by Iversen rushing off his line and he saved at close range.

The Lilywhites then had a great chance to break the deadlock on 65 minutes, with Hughes being pulled down from Whiteman’s corner. PNE’s No.4 took the responsibility to step up and take the spot-kick, but he could only find the goalkeeper’s right-hand post and the ball bounced clear.

An otherwise close game appeared to open up momentarily from that point, with the likes of Millwall substitute Tyler Burey trying his luck late on, but ultimately neither side could find the decisive goal as the points were shared.

Millwall line-up: Bialkowski; Hutchinson, Cooper, M Wallace; McNamara, Kieftenbeld, Mitchell, Malone (Mahoney, 61); Burke (J Wallace, 61), Afobe, Bennett (Burey, 78). Subs not used: Long, Pearce, Saville, Evans.

PNE line-up: Iversen; van den Berg, Lindsay, Hughes (Earl, 67); Potts, Ledson (Browne, 79), McCann, Whiteman, Cunningham; Evans (Archer, 71), Riis. Subs not used: Ripley, Bauer, Sinclair, Diaby.

Attendance: 10,183 (516 PNE fans).

Referee: Mr K Friend.

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Ticket News

Millwall Ticket Details

31 January 2022

Tickets for our away game against Millwall on Tuesday 1st February are now off sale, but supporters are able to buy from The Den on the night of the game.

Preston North End head to the capital for a 7.45pm kick-off on the first evening of February for the fixture which was initially set to take place just prior to Christmas.

Supporters who are yet to collect their tickets for this fixture can do so from the North Stand Ticket Office at The Den from 5.30pm, while tickets will also be sold here, with a price increase of £3 in all age categories.

Millwall are encouraging our supporters to arrive at the ground as early as possible to avoid potential delays in entering the stadium.

Initial ticket prices:

Adults (22 to 61-year-olds) £27

Concessions* £18

U18s £15

U16s £13

U12s £8

U6s £5

*Aged 62 and over, Armed Forces and 18 to 21-year-olds (please note, concessions may be required to provide proof of concession on the day)

Included in the main allocation are tickets for ambulant disabled supporters, with prices in accordance with the relevant age group, and a complimentary carer ticket will be provided.

There are also ten pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets available, with the carer ticket provided free of charge. Pricing for these tickets is as per below.

Adults (22 to 61-year-olds) £26

Concessions* £17

U18s £15

U16s £13

U12s £8

U6s £5

*Aged 62 and over, Armed Forces and 18 to 21-year-olds

Coaches will depart both Deepdale and Leyland at 12 noon.

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