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Match Previews

Match Preview: Huddersfield Town (A)

17 October 2022

PNE head to the John Smith’s Stadium for the second time this season on Tuesday night to take on Huddersfield Town in Championship action.

Match Information
John Smith's Stadium
Tuesday 18th October, 7.45pm kick-off
Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 16/46)
Away kit – available in-store and online!

Supporter Information


Fans can buy tickets for this fixture online from until 2pm on Tuesday, while sales will continue until 3.30pm in person from the Deepdale ticket office and over the phone on 0344 856 1966.

We are awaiting confirmation over whether tickets will be available on the night of the game, therefore fans are advised to buy early to avoid disappointment.

Full ticket details, including prices and coach travel information, can be found here.

How To Follow The Game

Supporters worldwide are able to watch this game live on iFollow PNE, with a match pass costing just £10.

Fans are also able to buy an audio pass to listen to the match, with commentary coming from Guy Clarke and David Buchanan. Subscribe to your pass here.

We will also provide our usual coverage across our social media channels and here on PNE.Com.

In The Dressing Room


PNE will check on the fitness of Daniel Johnson and Liam Lindsay ahead of Tuesday night, after both missed out through injury at the weekend.

17-year-old Finlay Cross-Adair was involved for the first time on Saturday, making his professional debut against Stoke City, and he’ll be hoping to be included once again.

Troy Parrott is the only player definitely unavailable, with his hamstring injury keeping him out until December.

A Look At Our Hosts


There’s been a change of management at the John Smith’s Stadium in recent weeks, with Hertha BSC assistant coach Mark Fotheringham replacing Danny Schofield.

Under Schofield – who was boss when PNE won 4-1 in the Carabao Cup away from home earlier this year – the Terriers had made a below-par start to the campaign, finding themselves towards the bottom of the table following their Play-Off final defeat last season.

Now with Fotheringham in charge, he’s led his side to four points in his four games so far, most recently suffering a Yorkshire derby defeat to Rotherham United.

Going Head To Head

Games played: 97
PNE wins: 37
Draws: 24
Huddersfield Town wins: 36
Last meeting: Huddersfield Town 1-4 PNE, 9th August 2022

One To Watch


One of the Terriers’ top performers this season has been Sorba Thomas, who has carried over his impressive form from the last campaign.

Having assisted 12 goals in the Championship on their way to the Play-Offs last term, winger Thomas has already registered six assists in his 13 matches this season.

The former Boreham Wood man – capped six times by Wales – will be hoping to continue his form ahead of the Qatar World Cup.

Match Officials


Andy Woolmer will referee his third Preston North End game of the season on Tuesday night.

Woolmer has taken charge of two goalless draws for PNE this term, away at Cardiff City and Sunderland over the past two months.

He has officiated ten games this campaign, showing 39 yellow cards and two reds, and he’ll be assisted by Philip Dermott and Geoffrey Liddle, while David Webb is the fourth official.

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Match Reports

Match Report: Huddersfield Town 0 PNE 1

18 October 2022

Greg Cunningham’s superb second-half header earned Preston North End a 1-0 victory at Huddersfield Town.

Cunningham scored his first goal since February 2021 five minutes into the second period, rising highest to head home on the end of a Ben Whiteman corner.

The Irishman was one of four changes made by Ryan Lowe, with Ben Woodburn, Brad Potts and Ryan Ledson the others to come into the side.

The hosts created an early opening through left wing back Ben Jackson, who found Danny Ward free in the area, but he couldn’t direct his header on target.

From that point, PNE enjoyed plenty of possession, and their first real chance fell to Ali McCann, with the Northern Irishman seeing his header saved by Lee Nicholls.

North End continued to control proceedings, without creating too much in the way of chances, until the 41st minute when a lovely spell of one-touch football opened a crossing opportunity for Brad Potts, who was fouled right on the edge of the box.

Advantage was played momentarily, with Riis seeing a shot deflected over, before a free-kick was awarded, from which Fernández whipped a vicious low ball right across the face of goal, which was begging for a touch at the back post but it unfortunately did not come.

The Manchester United loanee then tested the ‘keeper in the only minute of stoppage time, firing an effort towards goal and Nicholls managed to parry it behind.

Nicholls could do nothing to deny Cunningham five minutes into the second half, though, as the defender met Whiteman’s corner superbly to head home in front of the 1,572 traveling fans.

Woodburn then sliced two volleys over in the space of two minutes, with the second arguably a better opportunity than the first.

North End kept creating, and Potts almost conjured a golden opportunity for Emil Riis on 78 minutes, but his low cross was just ahead of the Danish forward.

The away side had a glorious chance to double their lead in the 81st minute, after Riis sent a cross to the far post for Fernández, who hit a volley into the ground and it bounced agonisingly over the crossbar.

As it turned out, it wasn't to be a costly miss, as PNE held on to take all three points ahead of Saturday's Lancashire derby.

PNE line-up: Woodman; Storey, Cunningham, Hughes; Potts, Whiteman, Ledson, Fernández (Maguire, 90+1); McCann, Woodburn (Brady, 66), Riis. Subs not used: Cornell, Browne, Evans, Diaby, Cross-Adair.

Huddersfield Town line-up: Nicholls; Leeds, Helik, Turton; Thomas, Camara, Kasumu (Rudoni, 71), Holmes, Jackson; Ward, Rhodes. Subs not used: Bilokapic, Mahoney, Ruffels, Nakayama, Diarra, Ondo.

Attendance: 18,357 (1,572 PNE fans).

Referee: Mr A Woolmer.

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Ticket News

Huddersfield Town Tickets On Sale

30 September 2022

Tickets for our away game against Huddersfield Town will remain on sale until 3.30pm on Tuesday.

Preston North End will face the Terriers at the John Smith’s Stadium at 7.45pm on Tuesday 18th October.

The club were initially allocated 1,210 tickets for this fixture, which sold out, and 815 extra tickets are now on sale to supporters.

These tickets will remain on sale online from until 2pm on Tuesday, while sales will continue in person and over the phone on 0344 856 1966 until 3.30pm.

Supporters can collect any pre-purchased tickets from window two of the ticket office on the night of the game.

Ticket Prices
Adults and Seniors £20
U19s and U11s £10

Please note, tickets are split in to two blocks – a general area, and one which is aimed towards families, seniors, and those who do not wish to stand for prolonged periods. There are no restrictions as to who can purchase in the family area, but supporters are asked to please be considerate of those around them. 

The additional allocation of 815 tickets are located within the general area, and these are now on sale. 

Supporters can find out more information by reading the Huddersfield Town visiting supporters' guide.

Disabled Supporter Information

Ambulant disabled supporters will pay in accordance with their relevant age category, with a complimentary carer ticket provided if required.

There are also eight tickets available for supporters in a wheelchair, and these fans will pay in accordance to their relevant age category, with a carer ticket provided free of charge. These tickets are situated at the back of the Magic Rock Brewing Stand on an elevated platform. Access to this area can be found next to turnstile 17.

Disabled supporters can find more information by clicking here, with page 18 specifically aimed towards away supporters.

Coach Travel

Coach travel is available from both Deepdale and Leyland for this fixture, priced at £11 for Ambassadors and £13 for non-Ambassadors. Coaches will depart both locations at 4.45pm.

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