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Match Previews

Match Preview: Burnley (H)

12 September 2022

Preston North End will face Lancashire rivals Burnley for the first time in six years on Tuesday night, under the lights at Deepdale.

Match Information
Tuesday 13th September, 8pm kick-off
Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 9/46)
Home kit – available to buy in-store and online!

Supporter Information

First Team News

Matchday Information: Burnley (H)

13 September 2022

Tickets for this fixture will be on sale right up until kick-off, and supporters can buy from the ticket office at Deepdale, online from or over the phone on 0344 856 1966. Please note, only fans with a previous purchase history at the club can buy tickets for this game.

Supporters should be aware that after the match there will be some crowd control measures in place, with the police set to block Lowthorpe Road by its junction with Lowthorpe Crescent. Full details can be found here.

Tributes will be paid to Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II in this fixture. A minute’s silence will take place prior to the game, with Russell Watson then set to perform the national anthem immediately afterwards. 

The fan zone will be open to home supporters once again from 5.30pm until 7.45pm, while it will also reopen after the game until 10.45pm. There will be live music performed before the game by Paul Darran, while the usual selection of food and drink will be available. 

How To Follow The Game

As this game is being shown live on Sky Sports, it will not be available to watch live on iFollow PNE. Fans are advised to check their local TV listings to see whether the match is available to watch in their area.

Live commentary will be available as normal from Guy Clarke and Andy Fensome, with match passes on sale for £2.50, or you can buy a monthly pass for £4.49. Subscribe here!

You can also follow coverage across our social media channels before, during, and after the game.

Matchday Programme


We pay tribute to Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on the front cover of the latest edition of our matchday programme, The One And Only.

Inside the matchday programme you can find all the usual content, including a featured interview with defender Greg Cunningham.

You can get your hands on a copy of the programme from around the ground for £3.50, while copies can be ordered online to arrive at your door by clicking here.

In The Dressing Room

Ryan Lowe has almost a fully-fit squad to choose from on Tuesday evening, with Ben Woodburn the only absentee. The former Liverpool man is expected to be available for the Sunderland match at the beginning of October.

Aside from Ben, the manager is hopeful of being able to choose from the rest of his squad, with Andrew Hughes, Bambo Diaby and Sean Maguire all now recovered from their respective injuries.

Robbie Brady, who has started each Championship match so far this season, could come up against his former side, who he made 87 appearances for.

A Look At Our Visitors


It’s been all change at Turf Moor over the past few months, with former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany taking over as manager, while 16 players have come through the door.

It’s not just personnel which has altered, though. Kompany has got his Clarets playing his own possession-based style of football, and they have adapted to that well, taking 13 points from their opening eight matches.

A familiar name tops Burnley’s scoring charts so far this season, with former PNE midfielder Josh Brownhill having scored four goals already – bettering his combined total from the past two-and-a-half seasons.

Going Head To Head

Games played: 131
PNE wins: 53
Draws: 26
Burnley wins: 52
Last victory: Burnley 0-2 PNE, 5th December 2015

One To Watch


One of the later additions to the squad at Turf Moor, attacker Nathan Tella has wasted no time settling in to life in Lancashire.

The 23-year-old joined the club on a season-long loan from Southampton in August, and the deal looked like a real coup at the time, and his performances since have done nothing to suggest otherwise.

A diminutive winger with plenty of pace, Tella has made six league appearances for Burnley with a return of three goals – two of those coming in a dramatic 3-3 draw in another derby against Blackpool.

Match Officials


Experienced official Peter Bankes will be the man in the middle on Tuesday night.

Premier League referee Bankes has taken charge of four top flight matches so far this season, as well as two Europa Conference League fixtures.

He last refereed a North End game in the 2020/21 campaign, when PNE came out 1-0 winners away to Swansea City.

Pre-Match Thoughts

Gaffer Expects
Entertaining Derby
Browne On
Burnley Battle

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Match Reports

Match Report: PNE 1 Burnley 1

13 September 2022

A goal from either side in the opening 15 minutes saw the points shared in the Lancashire derby between Preston North End and Burnley.

The Clarets took the lead just ten minutes in, with Taylor Harwood-Bellis heading home, before Jordan Storey did the same at the other end to level matters.

There was just one change made by Ryan Lowe for the first league meeting between the two sides since 2016, with Daniel Johnson coming in to replace Alan Browne.

Before the action got underway, the 20,000-plus crowd inside Deepdale paid their respects to Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, firstly with a minute's silence followed by a fantastic rendition of the national anthem by Russell Watson.

Early in the game, before getting on the scoresheet, Storey made a vital contribution defensively, throwing himself in front of Jay Rodriguez’s strike, with the forward having just Freddie Woodman to beat otherwise.

The visitors did take the lead, though, inside ten minutes, as a Josh Brownhill corner was met in the air by central defender Harwood-Bellis, who found the back of the net via the post.

North End had a quick response to the opener, with a set piece of their own proving valuable. Ben Whiteman’s corner was headed into the air by Brad Potts and, as goalkeeper Arijanet Muric slipped, Storey headed goalwards, and despite Josh Cullen’s attempts to clear off the line, the referee awarded the goal.

There wasn’t too much goalmouth action for the next stages of the game, before Burnley came close six minutes prior to half-time, as Connor Roberts flicked a header inches wide of goal on the end of Manuel Benson’s cross.

On the other side of the break, the lively Benson cut in on to his left foot to strike towards goal, but his effort dragged wide.

PNE had a half-chance on 63 minutes when the fall deflected kindly into the path of Robbie Brady inside the area, however, he couldn’t adjust his feet to direct a volley at goal.

North End switched it up with personnel in the second half – with Browne one of those to be introduced – and he tried an audacious effort on 81 minutes, chesting the ball before volleying goalwards in an attempt to catch Muric off guard, but the ‘keeper caught it comfortably enough.

The Irishman had a more presentable opportunity on 87 minutes, as a Ched Evans cross floated over the top of the Burnley defenders before reaching Browne, who perhaps wasn’t expecting it to drop to him, and his header was kept out by Muric.

Álvaro Fernández had the final chance of the game in the final minute of the 90, showing nice feet before striking at goal, however it was blocked on its way, and the match ended at 1-1.

PNE line-up: Woodman; Storey, Lindsay, Cunningham (Hughes, 64); Potts, Whiteman, McCann (Ledson, 45), Johnson (Evans, 80), Brady (Fernández, 64); Riis, Parrott (Browne, 72). Subs not used: Cornell, Maguire.

Burnley line-up: Muric; Roberts, Harwood-Bellis, Taylor (Beyer, 62), Vitinho; Cork, Cullen; Benson (Maatsen, 84), Brownhill, Tella (Zaroury, 73); Rodriguez. Subs not used: Peacock-Farrell, Barnes, Bastien, Dervisolu, Beyer.

Attendance: 20,212 (5,644 away fans)

Referee: Mr P Bankes.

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