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Match Preview: Millwall (H)

10 November 2022

Preston North End will look for a fourth consecutive victory this weekend when Millwall come to Deepdale for the final league game for four weeks.

Match Information
Venue:
Deepdale
Date:
Saturday 12th November, 3pm kick-off
Competition:
Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 21/46)
Kit:
Home kit – available in-store and online!

Supporter Information

Tickets for this fixture will remain on sale right up until kick-off, with fans able to buy from the ticket office, over the phone on 0344 856 1966 or online from www.mypne.com.

PNE supporters can also relocate their season card seat to the Kop for this game, in person or over the phone from the ticket office. Non-season card holders can buy their tickets for the Kop online.

This game is our dedicated Armed Forces fixture, with Preston North End Community and Education Trust distributing tickets to members of their PNE Forces programme, while children from local barracks will be invited to take part in the half-time penalty shootout. There will be a period of silence prior to kick-off, with The Last Post being performed by a serviceman.

The fan zone will be open before and after the game as usual, with doors opening at 12 noon. A selection of food and drink will be available, with full details to be confirmed in our matchday information pack later in the week.

How To Follow The Game

Supporters in the UK and Ireland can listen to live commentary of this fixture on iFollow PNE with a £2.50 audio match pass or a £4.49 monthly pass. Commentary comes from Guy Clarke and Andy Fensome.

Fans overseas will be able to watch the game on iFollow, with match passes available for £10. Subscribe here!

You can also follow the action on social media or here on PNE.Com.

In The Dressing Room

Ryan Lowe will be able to pick from the same group of players who were available for last Friday's trip to Reading.

Ben Whiteman remains sidelined, but is fully expected to make a return to action after the World Cup break, while Troy Parrott's recovery is also ongoing.

Ched Evans will be looking to retain his place in the North End starting XI following his match-winning brace in the last game.

A Look At Our Visitors

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Millwall are among many teams in the Championship who will be looking to keep in and around the top six as the season develops, currently sitting 11th in the table.

Gary Rowett’s side have proven hard to beat in recent weeks, losing just one of their last eight matches, and in that spell came four victories in succession – which PNE will be looking to achieve themselves this weekend.

Having finished eighth, 11th and ninth in their previous three campaigns respectively, the Lions will be hoping this can be their year to make that final push towards the Play-Off spots.

Going Head To Head

Games played: 70
PNE wins: 25
Draws: 13
Millwall wins: 32
Last PNE victory: Millwall 1-3 PNE, 23rd February 2019

One To Watch

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There was tons of excitement surrounding the arrival of Dutch attacker Zian Flemming when he arrived at The Den in the summer for an undisclosed fee – quickly being nicknamed the ‘Bermondsey Bergkamp’.

The Ajax Academy product had scored a combined 24 goals in his previous two seasons with Fortuna Sittard, so it appeared to be something of a coup when he was announced as a Millwall player.

Although it perhaps took him a few weeks to get into his stride in the English game, he’s now looking like the talent everyone hoped for, and he enjoyed a purple patch either side of the September international break when he scored five goals in as many games.

Match Officials

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Oliver Langford will referee his second PNE game of the season on Saturday.

His previous North End fixture was the 0-0 draw at home to Rotherham United, and he was also set to take charge of the trip to Norwich City in October, but was replaced by Dean Whitestone in the days leading up to the game.

So far this season, he’s shown 55 yellow cards and one red in 15 matches, and he will be assisted on Saturday by Robert Merchant and James Wilson, with Seb Stockbridge on fourth official duty.

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Match Reports

Match Report: PNE 2 Millwall 4

12 November 2022

Preston North End were beaten 4-2 by Millwall in a topsy-turvy Championship clash at Deepdale.

Zian Flemming got his side off to a dream start, scoring a brace inside the opening 11 minutes, before Ryan Lowe’s men pulled one back when the ball was bundled home on 20 minutes.

Ched Evans’ header – his third goal in two games – then drew PNE level and it was the hosts who looked most likely to win from that point, but Flemming and Charlie Cresswell earned three points for the Lions.

Just four minutes had been played when Dutchman Flemming scored his first of the afternoon, receiving the ball with his back to goal before turning and slamming into the bottom corner.

The 24-year-old then grabbed his second of the day on 11 minutes, when his low-struck free-kick took a nick off the North End defensive wall and wrongfooted Freddie Woodman, who was left helpless.

PNE had a quick response, though, and on 20 minutes were level. Robbie Brady whipped a great cross in from the right and, after Alan Browne and Andrew Hughes competed for it at the far post, the ball struck the back of goalkeeper George Long and just about crossed the line.

North End then found an equaliser eight minutes later through Evans, with the forward rising highest to meet Andrew Hughes’ brilliant cross from the left, and his header went back across goal and into the far corner.

Evans then came so close to another before the break, sending a bullet header a matter of inches wide after being found by skipper Alan Browne.

Then, four minutes into the second half, Evans had another presentable opportunity, but his low-driven effort curled the wrong side of the post, before Ali McCann was denied by Long moments later.

Despite North End’s pressure, it was Millwall who scored the next goal of the game, with Flemming sealing his hat-trick after Danny McNamara’s low cross made its way across the area.

Defender Cresswell then appeared to take the game beyond the hosts on 72 minutes, when a corner was flicked in his direction and he headed home at the far post.

PNE kept pushing for another, with Ben Woodburn coming closest from long range, but the game finished 4-2 in Millwall’s favour to put North End’s winning run to an end before the World Cup break.

PNE starting XI: Woodman; Storey, Lindsay, Hughes (Maguire, 78); Potts, Ledson, Browne (Woodburn, 67), McCann, Brady (Fernández, 67); Evans (Johnson, 77), Riis. Subs not used: Cornell, Cunningham, Diaby.

Millwall starting XI: Long; McNamara, Cresswell, Cooper, Wallace; Saville (Styles, 85), Mitchell; Voglsammer (Shackleton, 85), Flemming (Bennett, 88, Honeyman (Malone, 53); Bradshaw (Burey, 88). Subs not used: Bialkowski, Evans.

Attendance: 15,184 (662 away fans).

Referee: Mr O Langford.

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