The Lilywhites complete their pre-season preparations with a short trip to face Fleetwood Town at Highbury on Friday night.
Alex Neil’s side will look to get more fitness into the tank against the Cod Army as they prepare to face Sheffield Wednesday at Deepdale on Saturday 5th August in their opening Sky Bet Championship game of the 2017/18 season.
Chris Maxwell, Tom Barkhuizen and Ben Davies could all play against the Lancashire side having represented them in the past; the latter having been part of Uwe Rosler's squad as they reached the League One Play-Offs last season.
John Welsh will hope to further continue his comeback from ten months out, with Josh Harrop another looking to continue his step up in game time. Irish recruits Kevin O’Connor and Sean Maguire – who announced himself to the PNE faithful with an excellent goal against Burnley on Tuesday – could also get more game time.
Prices for this game are as follows: Terracing - adults £10, 65 and over £5 and U16s £1; seating - adults £12, 65 and over £6 and U16s £2. There are five pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets priced as per the seating prices above, with the carer provided free of charge. Ambulant disabled supporters pay the relevant price above and the carer ticket free of charge.
Tickets can be bought in advance from Deepdale until 3pm on the day of the game, but can also be bought on the night from one of the Fleetwood Town ticket offices for no additional increase in pricing.
If you cannot get to the game, we will be once again operating a live stream for iFollow Premium customers. Anthony Wareing will be joined by a former player live on air from 7.15pm. Subscribers are reminded that they must watch the game from either a laptop or desktop device during pre-season, as the iFollow App to allow mobile or tablet use is still to be launched.
Subscribers are also reminded that live streaming of league games, which will commence from 5th August, will only be available outside of the UK and Ireland – within the UK and Ireland audio commentary only will be allowed due to the broadcast rights of the EFL’s partners.