Police and his accusers travel to Deepdale today as they begin their tenure to start winning in Lancashire. He hasn’t played an unbeaten three league games at any stage since the start of the year on Wednesday, but he has a chance to change that today after beating Bournemouth and drawing with Milwaukee.
We’ll be with you all day – Alex Miller is in Preston for the game and covers everything on the same C Crane blog – so make sure you’re linked to the website and our social media channels for everything you need to know. Before, during and after the meeting between the police and Alex Neil.
It is worth noting that P.N.E. Every home you play has lost every home game – so we know what that means, don’t we?
Last updated: Saturday, November 21, 2020, 15:51
- Tony Police is in charge of his first Wednesday game today
- The Owls at Preston do not have a great record
- PNEA has started a nightmare for the season at home
- PNE XI: Rudd, Fisher, Bauer, Huntington, Referty, Ledson, Johnson, Sinclair, Pots, Barkhuizen, Rees.
- SWFC XI: Westwood, Palmer, Borner, Lease, Van Aken, Ub Dubajo, Bannan, Luongo, Patterson, Rich, Windows.
Westwood – 6 – In his first game in a year there was really nothing to do.
Palmer – 6 – OK, probably lucky or not giving a penalty.
Burner – 7 – will appear tidy when prompted.
Lease – 7 – Header and Dual came, nothing wrong.
Van Aken – 6 – Not too much to do, but OK.
Ub Dive – 6 – Pretty quiet as effectively as the right midfielder.
Bunnan – 6 – Not bad, but not at its best.
Lungo – 7 – Brings a little stability, has been tidy on his return.
Rich – 6 – Put better about yourself, should make.
Patterson – 6 – Perfect performance, but very different from red.
Winds – 4 – Let the team down with an early, early red. Was also unnecessary.
Wounded as soon as the half-time whistle blows.
It is 0-0 at the break. He is at the end though, and is getting off the field with the rest of the team.
They’ll be offended by that one … It would seem that Sinclair boomed after going down under Palmer’s challenge.
Wednesdays are comfortable, really …
They may be under 10 men, and they are not very threatening, but on Wednesdays feel really comfortable. Preston hasn’t really put them in trouble, and Westwood has yet to save.
Another corner is coming.
It has changed color …
Wednesday’s red card record this season is really, really worrying
Following the red card of Windows has put it on the back foot today, and I’m sure they’ll be very happy to go home with an accepted draw so soon.
Was it rude? Probably .. but it requires a high foot in that area of the field? Probably not.
Wednesday’s player certainly had no malicious intent and he didn’t even look at Rafferty. Either way, that’s not the ideal situation.
He will miss the next three games.
The windows gave a straight red. Below Wednesday are 10 men opening doors.
Major early blow to the Owls.
Reach the distant post following the Bunnan corner as a completely free man … really good to do, because anything on target would be a goal.
Great opportunity early doors, and we’ve seen how much SWFC has been punished for missing it.
He probably caught it a bit by surprise, but it should be 1-0.
It’s an interesting, really
Looks like he’s on the left side of the back four as a temporary leftback.
For the rest, I’m thinking of either Peterson and Winds 4-4-2 with the top or 4-4-1-1 at the back of the latter. Ub dip and wide wide. – J.C.
On Bunnan: Barry Bunnan is the one they are going to try and get off the ball… has its quality.
On Westwood: It was pretty weird થી the caravan didn’t go with the managers, but these things happen.
He’s very talkative, and putting him back in goal could be good for Sheffield on Wednesday.
He’s probably rusty, but he’s a very good goalkeeper.
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