Preston North End will start a double header on the road with a trip to Rotherham United on Tuesday night.
Venue: AESSEAL New York Stadium
Date: Tuesday 14th March, 7.45pm kick-off
Competition: Sky Bet Championship (Matchday 37/46)
Kit: Away kit – available in-store and online!
Tickets are available to buy online from www.mypne.com until noon on the day of the game, while sales will continue in person from the ticket office and over the phone on 0344 856 1966 until 2.30pm.
There will also be tickets available to buy on the night from the away ticket office from 6.30pm, with a £2 price increase for adults and concessions, while there will be a £1 increase for all U18s. Please note, sales will be cash-only.
Collections and duplicates can also be picked up from the away ticket office.
How To Follow The Game
Supporters worldwide, including those in the UK and Ireland, can watch the game live on iFollow PNE. Video match passes can be bought for £10 here.
Live commentary is also available, with Guy Clarke and Chris Sedgwick on the mic, and you can buy your match or monthly pass here.
There will be the usual coverage of the game across our social media channels and also here on PNE.Com.
In The Dressing Room
Andrew Hughes, who has recently returned to training, will be assessed ahead of the trip to Rotherham.
Liam Lindsay has now served his two-match suspension, while Alan Browne has returned to the training ground after missing Saturday’s game due to the birth of his child.
Daniel Johnson will become the club’s 22nd all-time appearance maker if he plays against the Millers, reaching 328 games in a PNE shirt.
A Look At Our Hosts
Rotherham United have built a bit of a buffer between themselves and the relegation zone in recent weeks, heading into Tuesday night’s game with eight points separating themselves and Blackpool.
Following the departure of Paul Warne early in the season, Matt Taylor arrived from Exeter City, and he has overseen some impressive performances since taking charge – notably an away victory at high-flying Sheffield United and a 4-0 demolition of Blackburn Rovers.
Taylor is looking to do something which no Millers manager has since the 2015/16 campaign by retaining the club’s place in the Championship, having been relegated in their previous three seasons in the second tier, and former PNE men Jordan Hugill and Bailey Wright have been drafted in to help them do so.
Going Head To Head
Games played: 61
PNE wins: 16
Rotherham United wins: 22
Last PNE victory: Rotherham United 1-3 PNE, 5th November 2016
One To Watch
Arguably one of the division’s best goalkeepers so far this season, Viktor Johansson has been crucial to the Millers this term.
The 24-year-old comfortably leads the way for saves made this Championship campaign and, with a different man between the sticks, Rotherham could have found themselves in far greater danger than what they are.
Johansson has had to fight for his place in the past, too, having spent a lot of last season on the bench, but he’s been an ever-present so far this term.
Experienced official Stephen Martin will referee Tuesday night’s game, which will be his second PNE fixture of the season.
The previous was a day to forget for North End, losing 4-0 on home turf to Norwich City, while the last victory when Martin was in charge was back in 2020 when the Lilywhites defeated Birmingham City at Deepdale.
So far this campaign, Martin has refereed 15 matches, showing 59 yellow cards and two reds.