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Yeovil Town Match Preview

27 September 2012

Preston North End return to npower League One action this weekend as they prepare to face Yeovil Town on Saturday afternoon...

The live commentary, with duo Jonathan Breeze and Anthony Wareing will begin at 2.30pm.

If you can’t make Saturday’s game against Yeovil Town, don’t panic as PNE Player will once again bring you all the action live through the microphone.
PNE Player

So far this season, Mr Brown has taken charge of six games, handing out 13 yellow cards and one red.

Brown, who has been officiating since the 2007/08 season, will be making his first ever trip to Deepdale and has so far worked his way up the refereeing ladder.

The referee for Saturday’s npower League One match between Preston North End and Yeovil Town will be Mark Brown.
The Ref

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All of this and much, much more for just £3! You can get yours from the ticket and retail store on Friday afternoon, on the day from the sellers around the ground or online at www.mypne.com.

Manager Graham Westley writes his latest column and the Deepdale Duck also adds to his column, in our eight page fun ‘Half-Time Interval’ section, that this week sees us get up to No.6 Shane Cansdell-Sherriff in our team posters in the middle.

We have photos from the recent fixtures, plus some extra unseen images from the last home league game, when we defeated Hartlepool United 5-0.

Bailey Wright is the next victim, so you can send your questions to him now on facebook.com/officialPNE and @pnefc on Twitter.

Bailey Wright takes on fans of both teams and both clubs’ mascots in our latest Starter For Ten quiz, whilst Steve Simonsen faces some very bizarre questions sent in by you on Facebook and Twitter – remember

Interviews with Will Hayhurst, Lee Trundle, John Welsh, Joel Byrom, John Mousinho, Jamie McAllister, Marcus Stewart and Graeme Atkinson, plus 12 pages of visitors content and all the usual favourites!

Already the reaction to the 2012/13 magazine has been fantastic, and sales have been on the up every game and this weekend’s edition is one where we have got even more into the pages!

This week’s matchday programme is one not be missed with even more stories packed into the 84 pages than ever before!
The One And Only

9 Hayter 11 Reid 15 Young 19 Ugwu
Forwards

6 Blizzard 7 Marsh-Brown 8 Upson 10 Williams 14 Foley 17 Ince 18 Nkumu 21 Smith
Midfielders

2 Ayling 3 McAllister 4 Hinds 5 Webster 16 Ralph 22 Edwards, Burn
Defenders

1 Stech 12 Stewart
Goalkeepers

The Cottagers paid £350,000 to bring Burn to London from Darlington, and will be looking to make his debut for the Glovers against PNE.

Johnson, renowned for encouraging his side’s to play a passing blend of football, strengthened his back line on Tuesday afternoon with the capture of towering centre half Dan Burn from Fulham.

The return of captain Jamie McAllister, a former North End loanee, saw an improved performance against last season’s Play-Off finalists Sheffield United, losing by one goal to nil.

Saturday’s opponents Yeovil Town will be making only their second ever visit to Deepdale. Managed by Gary Johnson, who is currently enjoying his second spell at Huish Park, Yeovil started the campaign in positive fashion reaching the summit of League One for the first time in their history before recent results have seen them drop away from the early pace setters.
The Glovers

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Lee Holmes is four weeks away from a return to action but Lee Trundle’s injury is expected to keep him out until Christmas.

Striker Chris Beardsley is rated 50/50 by manager Graham Westley, whilst defender Keith Keane is closing in on a return but will not be rushed.
Team News

Visitors Yeovil, who are making the 231 mile trip north to Lancashire from Somerset, will also be looking for a response after losing their last four matches on the bounce.

However, the Lilywhites have fond memories of their last league contest at home, when they beat Hartlepool United by five goals to nil just over a week ago.

Manager Graham Westley will be looking for a positive response from his troops following Tuesday night’s narrow defeat against Middlesbrough in the Capital One Cup on a wet night at Deepdale.

Deepdale
npower League One
Saturday 29th September 2012, 3pm
Preston North End v Yeovil Town



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