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Match Previews

Match Preview: Hull City (A)

26 October 2023

Preston North End will be backed by another sold-out away end this weekend when they take on Hull City.

Match Details

Date: Saturday 28th October, 3pm kick-off
Venue: MKM Stadium
Competition: Sky Bet Championship
Kit: Home kit

Supporter Information


More than 2,200 PNE fans will be in the away end at the MKM Stadium to watch their side face Hull City.

Supporters who still need to collect their tickets can do so from Deepdale until 6pm on Friday.

Any duplicates or pre-paid tickets can then be picked up on matchday from the Ticket Zone in the East Stand at the MKM Stadium.

Hull City will be providing a prayer room for PNE fans on Saturday in the East Stand. Supporters wishing to use the room can ask a steward, who will arrange an escort.

Who’s Available?

Ryan Lowe will be able to choose from the same squad which took on Southampton during the week, with everyone making it through unscathed.

There was a chance Andrew Hughes would make a return in Saturday's match, but he'll still be missing with a calf injury.

Ali McCann, Calvin Ramsay, Emil Riis and Jack Whatmough will also miss out.

Opposition Focus


In his first full season as manager, Liam Rosenior has overseen a positive start to the campaign – picking up 20 points from 13 matches.

The 39-year-old, who took over in November 2022 for his first managerial role, led the Tigers to a 15th-placed finish last term, and has since added plenty of quality to the ranks.

Having gone four without a win, Hull came out 2-0 victors over Birmingham City on Wednesday, with former North End striker Liam Delap scoring his fourth goal of the season that night.

A Recent Clash

Cameron Archer scored his second goal for PNE to earn a 1-0 victory over Hull City in February 2022.

Follow The Action

Overseas supporters will be able to watch this match live on iFollow PNE, with video match passes available to buy here.

Fans worldwide can listen to live commentary from Guy Clarke and Graeme Atkinson. Audio passes can be bought here on a match or monthly basis.

There will also be the usual extensive coverage before, during, and after the match across our social media channels and on the club website.

Match Officials


Referee: Lewis Smith
Assistant Referees: Alex James and Matthew Smith
Fourth Official: Martin Woods

Having recently been promoted to the next level of refereeing, Lewis Smith will take charge of his first Preston North End match at the weekend.

So far this campaign, Smith has shown 62 yellow cards and three reds in 15 matches, in a variety of competitions.

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Match Reports

Match Report: Hull City 1 PNE 0

28 October 2023

Preston North End were beaten 1-0 at the home of Hull City, as Jaden Philogene’s 68th-minute strike proved to be the difference.

There were warning signs there from Philogene who was causing problems on the left all afternoon, but for North End they will have felt hard done by to have three penalty shouts waved away, with the best of them seeing Alan Browne brought down as he looked to break through on goal.

Philogene’s decider came halfway through the second period as he cut inside and sent an effort in off the post to earn his side the three points.

North End had a bright start to the game, backed by a sold-out away end in fine voice, but it was the visitors who had plenty of chances inside the opening quarter of an hour.

Philogene had a go a couple of times, with the first of those efforts being blocked on its route to goal by Liam Lindsay, before he blazed over from 25 yards a few moments later.

Scott Twine then had a free-kick in a promising position on 15 minutes, but he bent his strike just wide of goal from 30 yards.

At the other end, skipper Browne went down under a challenge from Jacob Greaves and felt aggrieved when referee Martin Woods awarded nothing.

North End were then forced into a double change just after the half-hour mark as Greg Cunningham and Will Keane picked up injuries, and Kian Best and Milutin Osmajić came on in their place.

Osmajić – who scored six minutes after his introduction against Southampton on Wednesday – almost made another instant impact, but couldn’t quite divert Duane Holmes’ cross on target.

PNE then got away with one in the final action of the half as the lively Philogene broke through one-on-one with Woodman, but he surprisingly opted not to shoot. Instead, the attack slowed down and the visitors cleared the danger.

Five minutes after the break, North End couldn’t believe they weren’t awarded a penalty as Alfie Jones brought down Browne in the area as he looked to break through on goal – again, appeals were dismissed.

Browne was involved in a fantastic move in the 65th minute as PNE were patient in possession before creating an opening for the captain to break down the right. He pulled the ball back for Liam Millar and the Canadian took a touch before seeing his strike deflect wide of goal.


It seemed Ryan Lowe’s side had all the momentum, but the Tigers broke three minutes later through Philogene, and the winger hit an effort off the inside of the post and into the back of the net.

It looked as though substitute Ched Evans had done enough to fire his side level eight minutes from time, but goalkeeper Ryan Allsop stuck out his left boot to deny the No.9.

With just two minutes left on the clock, defender Jacob Greaves so nearly sent the ball beyond Allsop from an inviting Ben Whiteman corner, but it went over the bar and that’s where the goalmouth action ended.

Hull City line-up: Allsop; Coyle, Jones, McLoughlin, Greaves; Traoré, Seri, Twine; Lokilo (Docherty, 72), Delap, Philogene (Vinagre, 95). Subs not used: Ingram, Tufan, Sinik, Vaughan, Smith, Christie, Connolly.

PNE line-up: Woodman; Potts, Storey, Lindsay, Cunningham (Best, 32); Whiteman, Ledson (Woodburn, 76), Holmes (Evans, 60), Browne, Millar (Brady, 76); Keane (Osmajić, 32). Subs not used: Cornell, Bauer, Frøkjær, Stewart.

Attendance: 24,267.

Referee: Mr M Woods.

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Ticket News

Hull City Tickets Sold Out

16 October 2023

Tickets for our trip to face Hull City are now sold out, with more than 2,200 PNE fans set to make the journey to the MKM Stadium.

North End will face the Tigers for a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 28th October, and the club were allocated 2,239 tickets.

Tickets were on sale in priority periods and then sold out once on general sale. Full ticket details can still be found below.

Supporters will be able to collect tickets from Deepdale until 6pm on Friday 27th October, while duplicates and pre-paid tickets can also be picked up from the Ticket Zone in the East Stand at the MKM Stadium on the day of the game.

Priority Periods

Please note, during each period of sales, tickets are limited to one per qualifying supporter. All periods are subject to availability.

At 9am on Monday 9th October, tickets will go on sale to all Founder Member Ambassadors.*

At 9am on Tuesday 10th October, all Gold Ambassadors** with 300 or more loyalty points can buy a ticket. If you are unsure how many points you have, you can find out via the 'Loyalty Point' section under the 'My Account' tab on Please note, at this stage any Founder Member Ambassadors with fewer than 300 loyalty points can still buy, but only from the ticket office and not online.

At 9am on Wednesday 11th October, all Gold Ambassadors will be eligible to buy a ticket.

At 9am on Friday 13th October, tickets will go on sale to all season card holders, before tickets will then go on general sale at 9am on Monday 16th October.

Ticket Prices

Hull City are doing a special ticket offer for this fixture for both sets of supporters, meaning tickets are available at heavily-discounted prices.

Adults £15
Seniors (65+) £10
U23s £5
U16s £1

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a person aged 18 or over, while infants under the age of two are unable to attend this fixture due to safety reasons.

Disabled Supporter Information

There are eight tickets available for wheelchair users for this fixture, with a complimentary carer ticket provided for each where required.

Both ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users will pay in accordance with their relevant age band above. Carer tickets are also available for ambulant disabled supporters.

Any supporters who require accessible seating and/or front row seats can do so by visiting the Deepdale ticket office or by calling 0344 856 1966 during opening hours.

Coach Travel

Club coach travel is available for this fixture from both Deepdale and Leyland, with coaches departing from both locations at 10.30am.

Travel is priced at £17 for Ambassadors and £19 for non-Ambassadors.

Car Parking

Parking is available for supporters at the stadium, with fans paying cash on arrival at the following prices.

Coaches £20
Minibuses £10
Cars £5

*Founder Member 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 can check through their purchase history under the 'My Account' drop down menu on

**Gold Ambassadors are supporters who purchased a season card during the early bird period for the 2022/23 season and also purchased a season card for the 2023/24 campaign.

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