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Stoke Vs Preston – Wednesday night will kick off at 20.00 when Alex Neil’s Preston North End head to the Potteries to take on Michael O’Neill’s Stoke City at the bet365 Stadium.

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Both teams picked up valuable wins at the weekend, Potters moved four points out of the bottom four with a convincing home win against Charlton Athletic, while North End dropped back into the play-off places with a 2 -1 on local rivals. . . Wigan athletic.

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The Northern Irish manager’s appointment as manager has seen a fit opening at City and will be a major test for North End, against experienced and organized quality opposition.

Last year’s away trip was successful, with Alan Browne and Brad Potts scoring and Declan Rudd saving a late penalty, as PNE emerged victorious and a performance of that quality will again be needed to get anything done mid-week . .

Match details for your information: Stoke City v Preston North End, bet365 Stadium, Wednesday 12th February 2020, Kick-off 20:00 Competition: EFL Championship (32/46) PNE Colours: Green Shirts, Yellow Shorts & Socks, Goalkeeper Click here to buy a ticket

Ticket Information: Preston North End fans are reminded that tickets for Wednesday night’s match against Stoke City at the bet365 Stadium are not for sale. Click here for more detailed information.

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Match officials: This Wednesday we will have a referee to officiate Preston North End’s third game of the season, but their first away at Deepdale. Click here for details on who it is.

We’ve met before – Preston North End take on Stoke City for the 98th time in the league when they travel to the bet365 Stadium on Wednesday night. Click here for more details on previous fights.

How to follow the game: If you can’t get to the bet365 Stadium for Wednesday’s clash against Michael O’Neill’s Stoke City then don’t worry, we’ll have full coverage on PNE.Com and iFollow PNE. Click here for details on how to follow the match.

Team news: Preston North End manager Alex Neil has a number of options for Tuesday night’s visit to take on Stoke City at the bet365 Stadium. Click here for option details.

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Alex Neil expects tough game: Preston North End manager Alex Neil was at a couple of Stoke City games recently and was impressed with the work Potters manager Michael O’Neill has done. Click here for the complete interview with the manager.

Declan Rudd remains interesting: Preston North End’s number 1 Declan Rudd is enjoying the team’s current form, but he is under a lot of pressure with 15 important games still to play. Click here for more information from December.

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Stoke City’s Thomas Edwards (left) And Preston North End’s Ben Pearson In Action Stock Photo

New season, new journey. An iFollow subscription today means you’ll have access to even more Preston North End content, including: Tom Barkhuizen’s controversial sending off, just 22 minutes into the match, made the battle against Stoke City at Deepdale a tough one .

The number 29, who plays at full-back, went down to 50-50 with Morgan Fox also close to going down, prompting referee Matthew Donohue to issue an immediate red card.

It looked tough and replays from many teams showed the decision to be even worse in the second hour, but the visitors capitalized on this as Lee Gregory scored the only goal of the game six minutes before half-time to secure the three points.

Up until the time of the red card and even the first goal, it was North End who were in the ascendancy and it looked like they had a chance to record their first win of the season.

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In the early stages they had a lot of corners and free kicks around the penalty area. From one of them – after a foul on Barkhuizen – Ryan Ledson served a cross from the right and Jayden Stockley, playing up front with Sean Maguire in a very offensive 3-5-2 formation, made a sweet volley in defense, but it was hardly wider than the left side of the right side.

There was a strong call for a penalty just before 15 minutes when goalkeeper Alan Browne was substituted after Maguire’s excellent reverse pass. At second glance at this incident, the kick did indeed take place outside the penalty area, but no foul was called!

The deciding decision came just before half time when Barkhuizen smashed in from a ball down the right. Both he and Fox approached the ball quickly but the North End man saw that he might not have caught the ball and slowed as he closed on his opponent. Fox headed in, but Barkhuizen got to the ball first and then both players’ flanks collided.

Officer Donohue stepped in and quickly issued a red card. Manager Alex Neil confirmed soon after the game that the sending off would be appealed, but the decision changed the match.

Preston North End 0 Stoke City 1

The best chances were yet to come at the PNE and 12 minutes before half-time, Scott Sinclair tested Adam Davies in the Potters goal, following a foul on Ledson by Harry Souttar in a right-footed channel 25 yards from goal.

But the only goal of the match came in the 39th minute when Jon Obi Mikel found space to the right of the penalty area to flick the ball to the back post, just inside the six yard box, where the former Halifax Town and Millwall’s Lee Gregory stepped in. . house fire

The game opened in the second half, with the Lilywhites looking for an equalizer and Declan Rudd needing it as City fought back several times, saving on the feet of visiting captain Sam Clucas after Steven Flecther’s deft dismissal and then . It’s great to force Fletcher to take risks when he cleans up.

But the final stages saw Alex Neil’s team take the lead. With eight minutes to go, Browne put through substitute Brad Potts, who was in a race with goalkeeper Davies to get to the ball. He put his finger on it, but the keeper managed to put something on the ball and as he cleared it, luckily it landed on the batting and didn’t come back to Potts.

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And another change in the last minute of regular time, Joe Rafferty kicked one of many good free kicks in the penalty area and Stockley got up, but the ball landed behind him and he had to accelerate, leaving Davies l ‘opportunity. dive to the top right corner and save and the guests have won.

PNE Formation: Rudd, Barkhuizen, Sinclair (Potts, 71), Storey (Hughes, 59), Bauer, Davies, Pearson, Browne (c), Ledson (Rafferty, 81), Stockley, Maguire. Subs: Ripley, Harrop, Gallagher, Bodin.

Stoke City Lineup: Davies, Fox, McClean (Tymon, 64), Chester, Mikel, Smith, Gregory, Oakley-Boothe

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