Preston North End will have the opportunity to break into the top six this weekend as they take on fellow Play-Off hopefuls Millwall.
Venue: The Den
Date: Saturday 15th April, 3pm kick-off
Competition: EFL Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 42/46)
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Tickets in the away end for this fixture are sold out, with 1,186 North End fans set to make the journey to The Den.
Those who have bought tickets and have chosen to collect will be able to do so until 5pm on Friday, while the remaining tickets will be sent to The Den on Saturday.
These can be collected – as can duplicate tickets – from the North Stand ticket office on the day of the game.
How To Follow The Game
Supporters overseas can watch this match live on iFollow PNE, with match passes on sale for £10.
Fans worldwide, including in the UK and Ireland, can listen to live commentary of the game from Guy Clarke and Paul Sparrow with a £2.50 match pass or £4.49 monthly pass.
There will also be extensive coverage before, during, and after the game across our social media channels and here on PNE.Com.
In The Dressing Room
Ali McCann will return to training with the squad on Thursday, although he will be unavailable for the weekend's game, while Liam Delap will be back involved after missing the past two games through illness.
Skipper Alan Browne, who was substituted due to injury in the Good Friday victory over Queens Park Rangers, will be missing for the next two to four weeks, according to manager Ryan Lowe.
Ched Evans, Emil Riis and Greg Cunningham remain sidelined with long-term injuries.
A Look At Our Hosts
Sat fifth in the table and level on points with PNE – but with a superior goal difference – Millwall will be looking to keep hold of their Play-Off spot this weekend.
Gary Rowett’s side have spent the majority of their season in and around the top six, and they’ll want to get back on track on Saturday, having gone four without a win or scoring.
In their most recent outing – a defeat to Hull City – the manager described his side’s performance as “excellent”, but was left ruing missed opportunities.
Going Head To Head
Games played: 71
PNE wins: 25
Millwall wins: 33
Last PNE victory: Millwall 1-3 PNE, 23rd February 2019
One To Watch
A man who PNE know all too well from this season’s reverse fixture, Zian Flemming has been Millwall’s main man up top this campaign.
The powerful Dutch attacker, who signed from Fortuna Sittard in the summer, has had a fantastic first season in England, with arguably his best outing being a hat-trick performance at Deepdale in November 2022.
Flemming hasn’t managed to add to his goal tally since the beginning of March, but 13 in his first campaign in England is certainly an impressive return – especially considering he mainly operates behind the striker.
Preston North End will be refereed by Tim Robinson for the first time this season on Saturday afternoon.
Robinson, who has taken charge of two Premier League matches this campaign, was the main official for PNE on four occasions last season.
In total this season, Robinson has shown 139 yellow cards and six reds in 36 matches.