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Match Previews

Match Preview: Burnley (A)

9 February 2023

Preston North End will head to Turf Moor for the first time since December 2015 this weekend, to take on a Burnley side sat top of the Championship.

Match Information
Turf Moor
Saturday 11th February, 3pm kick-off
Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 30/46)
Away kit – available in-store and online!

Supporter Information

Tickets for this fixture are completely sold out, with PNE set to take 2,275 fans to Turf Moor. Supporters can collect their pre-purchased tickets from the North Stand car park in Burnley from 10am on Saturday morning.

PNE fans will be able to use the multi-faith prayer room, which is located between the North Stand and the Fanzone at Turf Moor, from 1.30pm until 20 minutes after full-time. Supporters wishing to use the prayer room at half-time can do so by meeting at Exit Gate C5, and a steward will be on hand to escort fans. Please note, there are no washroom facilities in the prayer room area, however supporters can use facilities in the Fanzone, which is only a short walk away.

Supporters are reminded that it is illegal and dangerous to carry or use smoke bombs or pyrotechnics, and individuals found to be doing so will face serious action, which could include prosecution by the police and a banning order.

How To Follow The Game

Supporters in the UK and Ireland are able to listen to the game live on iFollow PNE, with commentary coming from Guy Clarke and Graeme Atkinson. You can buy an audio match or monthly pass by clicking here.

Fans overseas can watch live on iFollow PNE, with £10 match passes available to purchase here.

There will also be extensive coverage before, during, and after the game on our social media channels and here on PNE.Com.

In The Dressing Room

PNE will be without Ched Evans as the striker serves the first game of a four-match suspension following retrospective action from The FA.

Manager Ryan Lowe confirmed in his pre-match press conference that Ben Whiteman and Troy Parrott - who both missed the previous fixture through injury - are back in training.

Midfielder Josh Onomah, after making his debut last weekend, has been doing double sessions while he looks to build up his match fitness. 

Emil Riis and Lewis Leigh remain the only absentees, with the rest of the squad available for selection for Saturday's Lancashire derby.

A Look At Our Hosts


Burnley head into the weekend’s game in a rich vein of form, having won each of their last nine Championship fixtures, and 13 of their last 14.

Having lost just twice all campaign, Vincent Kompany’s men are comfortable leaders of the division, with a seven-point gap between themselves and second place, and a 17-point cushion to third.

If they can continue on the same path, they could secure promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking well before the season is up.

Going Head To Head

Games played: 132
PNE wins: 53
Draws: 27
Burnley wins: 52
Last victory: Burnley 0-2 PNE, 5th December 2015

One To Watch


Manager Vincent Kompany made the most of his Belgian connections when recruiting players for his new-look Burnley side, with Anass Zaroury just one of those who arrived from the top tier of Kompany's homeland.

Zaroury – who represented Morocco at the Qatar World Cup – moved to East Lancashire in August 2022 and made his Championship bow for the Clarets at Deepdale against PNE.

Since that point, he has really endeared himself to the Burnley faithful, having scored six and assisted three in Championship action, and the skill he has at his disposal certainly seems to get the crowd off their seats.

Match Officials


Darren Bond will be the man to referee this weekend’s Lancashire derby.

Bond has taken charge of just one PNE fixture so far this season – the home draw against Watford in August 2022 – while he has been the main official for 25 games in total this campaign.

In that time, he has shown 115 yellow cards and two reds.

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Match Reports

Match Report: Burnley 3 PNE 0

11 February 2023

Preston North End were beaten 3-0 by Burnley at Turf Moor, with a Nathan Tella hat-trick sealing victory for the Clarets.

The league leaders opened the scoring in the 15th minute, with Tella heading home from six yards, before a quickfire double in the early stages of the second half sealed his treble.

It was a relatively even start to the game, with the hosts enjoying plenty of the ball without really troubling PNE.

But, on 15 minutes, they got themselves in front through Tella, who was able to head home unmarked inside the six-yard box, on the end of a cross from former PNE midfielder Josh Brownhill.

Three minutes later came North End’s first chance of the game which fell for skipper Browne, who was found following good work from Tom Cannon, but his first-time effort was hit into the ground and bounced into the air, landing in the arms of Arijanet Muric.

From that point in the first half, most of the play came for the hosts, with left winger Anass Zaroury at the heart of much of it.

He found Ashley Barnes in the middle shortly after the half-hour mark and the striker headed goalwards, where Freddie Woodman stuck out a strong left hand to keep the hosts’ tally at one.

Morocco international Zaroury then had an opportunity of his own a few minutes on, taking the ball out of the sky and firing goalwards, and again Woodman saved.

Ryan Lowe opted to make a double change at half-time, with Ben Whiteman and Troy Parrott – both returning from knocks – coming on in place of Ryan Ledson and Ben Woodburn.

That seemed to bring a bit of energy to North End as they enjoyed a brighter opening to the half, but when Tella beat Lindsay with a bit of skill in the 55th minute before firing beyond Woodman, momentum swung back to Burnley.

It was only three minutes later that Tella completed his hat-trick when a long ball forward was headed down to the young attacker, who took his time to slam under Woodman.

Tella could well have had a fourth in the 63rd minute as he broke free and had only Woodman to beat, but in trying to find Lyle Foster, the ball was intercepted by Jordan Storey and cleared.

That was about it as far as clear-cut chances were concerned and PNE were beaten 3-0 by their Lancashire rivals.

Burnley line-up: Muric; Roberts, Ekdal (Taylor, 81), Beyer, Maatsen; Cullen, Brownhill (Twine, 81), Gudmundsson (Cork, 73); Tella (Obafemi, 74), Barnes (Foster, 61), Zaroury. Subs not used: Peacock-Farrell, Vitinho.

PNE line-up: Woodman; Storey, Lindsay, Hughes; Browne, McCann, Ledson (Whiteman, 45), Woodburn (Parrott, 45), Brady (Fernandez, 68); Delap, Cannon (Onomah, 68). Subs not used: Cornell, Cunningham, Potts.

Attendance: 21,528 (2,247 PNE fans).

Referee: Mr D Bond.


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Ticket News

Burnley Tickets Sold Out

16 January 2023

Tickets for our upcoming Lancashire derby against Burnley are now sold out.

Preston North End will head to Turf Moor in Championship action for the first time since 2015 on Saturday 11th February, with kick-off at 3pm.

The club received an allocation of 2,275 tickets for this fixture, which sold out on Monday 23rd January after going on sale in priority periods.

Sales Period

Due to the expected high demand for this fixture, tickets were initially on sale exclusively to Founder Member Ambassadors* for two days from Wednesday 11th January. 

Periods of sales for Gold Ambassadors with 350 loyalty points or more, 320 loyalty points or more, and 300 loyalty points or more then followed.

Tickets then went on sale to all Gold Ambassadors, with a limit of one ticket per Ambassador, and tickets have now sold out.

Please note, hospitality customers who qualify for tickets can buy through the club’s commercial department by calling 0344 856 1960.

*For clarification, Ambassadors are supporters who have held a season card continuously from the 2012/13 season onwards, excluding the 2020/21 season when the status was carried over due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Supporters who are unsure whether they are an Ambassador or not can check through their purchase history under the 'My Account' drop down menu on MyPNE.Com.
** Gold Ambassadors are supporters who purchased a season card for the 2022/23 campaign during the early bird period.

Ticket Prices

Adults £30
Seniors (65+) £20
18 to 21-year-olds £20
U18s £18

Please note, Burnley operate a strict age check of all concession tickets, so please be prepared to provide ID on the day of the game, otherwise you will not be allowed entry into the stadium.

All supporters aged 13 or below must be accompanied by somebody over the age of 18.

Disabled Supporter Information

There are 11 pairs of tickets available for wheelchair users and carers.

All ambulant disabled supporters and those in a wheelchair will pay in accordance with their relevant age band, as per above, with a carer ticket provided free of charge.

Accessible car parking is available to purchase through Burnley by calling 01282 446 800.

Coach Travel

Coach travel is available for this fixture from both Deepdale and Leyland, priced at £9 for Ambassadors and £11 for non-Ambassadors.

Coaches will depart both locations at 12.30pm.

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