The Lilywhites head east on Wednesday night, looking to return to winning ways after Saturday’s clash with Derby County at Pride Park.
Manager Alex Neil has plenty of options available to him, should he choose to make changes, although he will need to give centre half Ben Davies as long as possible to see whether the injury that forced him off against the Rams can recover.
The hosts at the KCOM Stadium bounced back well from an early set back against Jonathan Woodgate’s Middlesbrough on Sunday, having come back from a 2-0 deficit after Boro were reduced to ten men when ahead.
The game will be live on iFollow PNE in both the UK and overseas, meaning those who can’t get across for the game will be able to follow it for just £10 with full four camera coverage and commentary from PNE’s team of Matt Hardman and former defender Tommy Spurr.
Tickets remain on sale though and after another superb backing in Derbyshire at the weekend, no doubt those who can make the trip will be in full voice and right behind the Lilywhites as they look for a quick return to winning ways.
For Your Information
Match Details: Hull City v Preston North End, KCOM Stadium, Wednesday 27th November 2019, kick-off 7.45pm
Here’s all the coverage accessible on PNE.Com in preview of the game…
Ticket Information: Tickets remain on sale for Wednesday night’s trip to the KCOM Stadium where Preston North End take on Grant McCann’s Hull City. Click here for more information.
Match Officials: Preston North End’s trip to face Hull City on Wednesday night will see an experienced Premier League official take charge of the game. Click here for details of who it is.
Team News: Manager Alex Neill will make a late check on central defender Ben Davies, who was replaced during the second half at Pride Park at the weekend. Click here for details of the options.
Alex Neil Impressed By The Tigers: Preston North End manager Alex Neil took no rest after the weekend’s trip to Derby County, spending his Sunday on Teesside watching Wednesday’s opponents Hull City in action at Middlesbrough. Click here for the manager’s full interview.
Sean Maguire Looking To Add To Goal Tally: Preston North End’s Irish international striker Sean Maguire grabbed his first goal for his country whilst away on international duty last week and now he is looking to put more goals in his club tally with the Lilywhites. Click here for more from Seani.