Whether you’re overseas and watching on iFollow or in the UK and listening to the game on our coverage, you’ll hear the tones of former PNE skipper Paul McKenna this weekend.
The former Lilywhites midfielder is part of the commentary team once again as North End have their first home league game of 2019, entertaining Graham Potter’s Swansea City in PR1.
If you live outside the UK and Ireland, on Saturday afternoon and thus can’t make it to Deepdale, then you can sign up for a £5 match pass and watch the game – with full match commentary and graphics – live on iFollow PNE from approximately 2.50pm.
Every game that is not shown live on Sky or chosen at the ITN main game on QUEST, is available for iFollow Premium subscribers who live outside of the UK and Ireland – you can sign up for a for just one game at a time for £5.
All EFL Championship fixtures that can be broadcast on iFollow PNE come with commentary and graphics as well, and this Saturday our commentator Jonathan Breeze and Paul will be on air from 2.50pm.
All UK subscribers, or those who want to listen to the game rather than watch it, will still be able to receive audio commentary the fixture. Jonathan and Paul will be on air here from 2.45pm.
As well as this, our matchday centre on PNE.Com will be in full flow, with details text commentary of the game in a minute-by-minute format, as well as all the usual coverage on our social media channels of Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. You can interact with us on any of these channels.
All video interviews continue to be available to all supporters – you do not need to subscribe to watch them, so check out the latest chats. On iFollow PNE this week we speak to Sean Maguire, Alan Browne and manager Alex Neil.
So if you can’t be get to Deepdale this weekend, feel a part of the action with our full and extensive coverage of every Preston North End fixture.