Norwich City manager Daniel Farke says his side will be fully committed as they look to get a result at Deepdale in this Saturday's penultimate home game of the regular season.
Speaking to the press ahead of the long trip north from Norfolk, the Canaries' German boss is expecting a competitive game.
"We expect a game full of intensity and aggressiveness tomorrow because they probably need to win their next three games for the Play-Offs. It will be a tough game," said Farke.
“They have nothing to lose, but they can gain a lot.
"There are some clubs fighting for promotion you wouldn't have expected and some clubs fighting against relegation you wouldn't have expected, which shows how close and tough the Championship is.
"My boys will have to be there with a lot of commitment, but we have to be cool enough to bring our football on the pitch and concentrate on our strengths.
"It's important for the young players to learn in these games for next season, so we want to be as successful as possible in these matches."
He spoke of his thoughts on North End's season and of meeting Alex Neil when the sides met at Carrow Road back in November.
"I have only compliments for what Alex Neil has done at Preston this season. They have been very consistent," he continued."
"I had a nice chat after the game with Alex Neil when Preston came to Carrow Road. It was good to hear his thoughts and hear about his time here.
"We had some sparkling water after the game in his old office; now my office!"
And for his first trip to Deepdale the visiting gaffer has some positive news on the injury front, meaning some additional options for the Lilywhites to take into consideration.
"[Harrison] Reed is available after a back problem and [Onel] Hernandez is back in team training and will travel with us tomorrow. It's good he's an option for us.
"[Tom] Trybull has been back in team training for the last two days, but he won’t travel with us as it’s a bit early. But there’s a chance for Leeds to have him back on the pitch, which is good news.
"[Christoph] Zimmermann won't travel as he hasn't been able to train due to a glute problem, but we hope he will back in training next week," he added.