The Lilywhites will take to the road on Tuesday night with a trip across to the White Rose County...
The Lakeside is a Beefeater outlet near Stadium Way, whilst there is also a bar at the stadium itself.
Food and Drink:
The Keepmoat Stadium is two miles from Doncaster station. Taking a taxi or catching a shuttle service from nearby Doncaster Interchange bus station are the best options for fans.
Two singles price for one adult: £25.50
Manchester Piccadilly 00:30 – Preston 01:30
Sheffield 22:24 – Manchester Piccadilly 23:43
Doncaster 21:42 – Sheffield 22:10
Latest Practical Return:
Manchester Piccadilly 15:20 – Doncaster 16:35
Preston 14:10 – Manchester Piccadilly 14:56
Preston to Doncaster cheapest practical advance booking return ticket
Distance from Deepdale - 97.1 miles (1hr 43mins)
Head north on A6063 before turning right onto the A5085. Follow A59 before merging onto M6. At junction 30 exit onto M61. Merge onto M60 before continuing onto M62. At junction 32A exit onto the A1.Continue following the A1 before taking the A630 exit to Doncaster at junction 36. Continue to follow A630 before turning onto A1682. Exit onto Middle Bank before turning right onto Stadium Way. The stadium should be on your left.
Jonathan Breeze and Anthony Wareing will go live from 7.15pm at the Keepmoat Stadium.
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So far this season, he has handed out 30 yellow cards and two reds in nine games, with the results as follows.
Mr Whitestone, from Northampton is an experienced referee with his first season back 2003/04. The last time he took charge of a Preston North End game was the 1-1 draw at Stevenage in April.
The referee for Tuesday’s night’s game between Doncaster Rovers and Preston North End is Dean Whitestone
8 Paynter 9 Brown 10 Blake 17 Hume 23 Bennett
6 Syers 7 Woods 11 Cotterill 20 Harper 29 Middleton 30 Keegan 31 Mullen
2 Quinn 3 Husband 4 Martis 5 Jones 14 Spurr 15 Wakefield 16 McCombe
1 Sullivan 13 Maxted 33 Woods
Doncaster Squad List
Currently unbeaten in their last four league matches, PNE fans should watch out for tricky winger David Cotterill who scored the last goal in their 2-0 win over Orient at the weekend.
On the road, the Yorkshire outfit have been impressive losing only once but they have only won one game at home in League One this season.
Under the guidance of Welsh legend Dean Saunders, Doncaster are looking for an immediate return back to the second tier, and have a number of experienced players in their squad.
Doncaster Rovers are settling back into life in League One after a four year stint in the Championship.
Coaches will depart Deepdale/Leyland at 4.15pm
Coach prices are as follows:
Ambulant and carer £15 (Relevant age band with carer going free)
Wheelchair and carer £15 (Relevant age band with carer going free)
Juniors (U16s) £11
Young Adults (17-20) £11
Seniors (Over 60s) £15
Ticket prices are as follows:
With North End having two superb away followings in recent weeks at Walsall and Bury, lets once again show our support for Graham Westley’s team and turn out in force in south Yorkshire.
Tickets still remain on sale at the Club’s retail and shop today and tomorrow, however if you want to pay at the ground the chance is available, but there is a price increase of £1 excluding juniors.
The boss has no new injury concerns ahead of the trip to Yorkshire, with Chris Beardsley completing 80 minutes against the Glovers in the 3-2 win.
Manager Graham Westley will be without the services of right back Keith Keane following his fifth yellow card of the season against Yeovil Town at the weekend.
Doncaster, with former PNE employees Chris Brown and Jamie McCombe amongst their ranks, are also in optimistic mood following their 2-0 win at Leyton Orient.
The Lilywhites fought back from 1-0 down to claim victory with the team now on 14 points and just four points behind second placed Notts County.
Graham Westley’s men, looking for their second win on the road this season, head into the game off the back of a spirited 3-2 win over Yeovil Town at Deepdale last weekend.
It will mark North End’s first game against one of the three teams who dropped down from the Championship last season and with both sides locked together in ninth and tenth, it is sure to be a close encounter.
Preston North End will make their first trip to the Keepmoat Stadium in 18 months on Tuesday night with a tricky away trip to Doncaster Rovers.
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Tuesday 2nd October, 7.45pm
Doncaster Rovers v Preston North End