Defender Calum Woods is hoping he and his teammates can continue their impressive defensive record against Queens Park Rangers this weekend.
North End have kept five consecutive cleansheets, and Woods is hoping to make that six on Saturday at Loftus Road, and go into the international break unbeaten.
The 28-year-old was part of a makeshift defence last month, with Simon Grayson's side short in defence due to injuries, but that defensive unit has pulled together to help PNE gain nine points from the last five games, not conceding in the process.
"We've had a few cleansheets in a row now so it's been going well. We've been fighting in every game we've played, that's what we want as defenders, you always want a clean sheet.
"If you come off the pitch at the end of the game and you've got a clean sheet it usually means you've done your job, obviously we want the win but it's important to get cleansheets and start from there.
"We are confident at the minute, and it would be great to finish the run off with a good result against QPR going into another international break.
"We know what Neil Warnock is like as a manger, he's going to get the players up for the game, so we know we'll be in for a tough game."
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