PNE.Com speaks to striker Stuart Beavon ahead of this weekend’s game against Crewe.This weekend, The One And Only matchday programme speaks to Bailey Wright, in the main interview, Lee Holmes, Jeffrey Monakana, Akpo Sodje, as well as the usual column by Club captain John Mousinho. So don’t miss out and pick your copy up for £3.
“We recorded another win last weekend over Gillingham and we want to kick on heading into the busy Christmas schedule with a number of games coming up in a short period of time. The Crewe game is the main priority and we are targeting all three points.”
“Crewe are renowned for playing good football, I have played against them before at Wycombe but we will get straight into their faces on Saturday and make it difficult for them to come to Deepdale.
“It was good to keep our sharpness after getting ready to play Bury but I am sure we will better for it come Saturday.
“We were ready and changed to warm up at Gigg Lane but then the referee decided to call the game off at the very last minute.
“With the game getting called off on Tuesday night we decided to train and did some work at Trafford Park. We trained for a couple of hours and we had a really good session which is always positive.
The 28-year-old said: “It is a massive game this weekend against Crewe, everybody is looking forward to getting back into League One action and we want to get back to winning ways and two wins on the spin at Deepdale.
Talking to PNE.Com Beavon described this weekend’s game as ‘massive’ and explained how work didn’t end for the team on Tuesday night despite the JPT game at Bury being postponed.
Manager Graham Westley revealed in his post-match press conference following the win over the League Two leaders that he has instructed Beavon to play in a more central role rather than working the flanks.
The Lilywhites’ number 29 scored his fifth goal for the Club in the 2-0 win over Gillingham in the second round of the FA Cup last Saturday, and is aiming to add to his tally against the Railwaymen.