The Lilywhites head to the capital once again this weekend as we face up against Dean Smith’s Brentford at Griffin Park.
The Bees have once again impressed this season with their style of play and attacking intentions, with stats showing they have the highest efforts on goal in the top four divisions.
North End will be looking to pick up their first win in the Hounslow area since Neil Mellor’s brace and a third from Iain Hume gave Phil Brown’s side a 3-1 win back in 2011.
They are also looking for their third win in a row, to keep the pressure on the top six, with Alex Neil’s men currently three points off the Play-Off positions going into the latest round of Sky Bet Championship fixtures.
With Brentford’s progress on their Lionel Road site for their new stadium, this could be one of the last opportunities to head to Griffin Park, so join what is set to be more than 1,000 North Enders heading down to London once again.
Taking charge of his second North End game of the season this weekend will be Wiltshire official Simon Hooper…
For those North End fans making the trip south to Griffin Park, be warned – there is no longer a pub on all four corners of the ground…
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Tickets remain on sale for Saturday’s trip to Griffin Park, with approximately 1,000 tickets already sold to North End supporters…
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Brentford manager Dean Smith feels his side have done enough in the last two games to have won both matches and therefore is not expecting to have to lift the players ahead of the Lilywhites’ visit…
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PNE Team News
Manager Alex Neil will be without midfielder Ben Pearson for the trip to face Brentford at Griffin Park this Saturday…
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On Saturday afternoon, if you can’t make it to Deepdale, then you can sign up for a £5 match pass and watch the game – with full match commentary – live on iFollow PNE…
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Alex Neil’s Thoughts
After a narrow defeat to Brentford at Deepdale earlier this season, manager Alex Neil knows what to expect when he takes his side to Griffin Park to face the Bees on Saturday…
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Darnell Fisher’s Preview
After making his return to action after a spell on the sidelines with a hip injury, Darnell Fisher is hoping he can play his part in pushing PNE into the top six in the final few months of the season…
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