Alex Neil Wants Strong Finish19 Hours ago
Preston North End manager Alex Neil is expecting a tough test when his side take on Steve Bruce’s Sheffield Wednesday at Deepdale in the final home game of the 2018/19 season on Saturday afternoon.
Ben Pearson Looking For Positive End To Season20 Hours ago
Preston North End midfielder Ben Pearson is available for selection again for this weekend’s clash with Sheffield Wednesday and he is looking to end the home campaign with a win.
Team News: Sheffield Wednesday21 Hours ago
It is a case of one in, one out for manager Alex Neil ahead of his side’s final home game of the season, as they take on Steve Bruce’s Sheffield Wednesday at Deepdale.
The One And Only Issue 2621 Hours ago
Ben Davies says one of the highlights of a pivotal season for him was getting nominated for the Sky Bet player of month award for February.
Match Coverage: Sheffield Wednesday21 Hours ago
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 centre half Liam Chilvers this Saturday.
Memorable Match: Sheffield Wednesday21 Hours ago
Back in February 2002 on a soggy night at Deepdale, debutant Paul Reid helped the Lilywhites to a convincing victory over the relegation-threatened Owls at Deepdale.
Ref Watch: Sheffield Wednesday21 Hours ago
For the third time this season, Jeremy Simpson will take charge of the Lilywhites at Deepdale, as we face Steve Bruce’s Sheffield Wednesday.
Ticket Information: Sheffield Wednesday21 Hours ago
It’s a 3pm kick-off for our final home game of the season, as we take on Steve Bruce’s Sheffield Wednesday in the SkyBet Championship at Deepdale this Saturday.
PNE Podcast: Season 2 Episode 4124 April 2019
Following on from the Easter period, ahead of the final home game of the campaign the latest Official PNE Club Podcast is out now.
Gallery: Wigan Athletic23 April 2019
A gallery of photographs from the defeat to Wigan Athletic
“Today Is A Learning Curve” Says Paul Gallagher22 April 2019
After the high of a 4-0 win just two days before, 34-year-old Paul Gallagher knows all too well the harsh realities of football as North End were brought back down to earth this afternoon.