As it happened: Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Preston North End

Preston North End travel to Wycombe Wanderers in the Championship, kick off at 3pm.

Saturday, 13th March 2021, 12:39 pm
Updated Saturday, 13th March 2021, 5:08 pm
Wycombe's Adams Park.

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Last updated: Saturday, 13 March, 2021, 15:09

Loan players could be in line for return to Preston North End next season

Preston North End will look at trying to get longer stays at Deepdale for their loan players.

The Lilywhites leaned heavily on the loan market in January, initially seven of their eight winter signings being loan deals.

That number was whittled down to five, with Ched Evans and Greg Cunningham turning their loans into permanent deals.

North End have Daniel Iversen, Sepp van den Berg, Liam Lindsay, Anthony Gordon and Jayson Molumby on loan.

All could conceivably be targets for next season and PNE will talk with the players’ parent clubs before the end of this campaign to check on their availability.

Goalkeeper Iversen has already stated he would like to go out on loan next season to continue his development, with him having Kasper Schmeichel and Danny Ward ahead of him at Leicester.

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Since losing their fist league game against Wycombe in 1993, PNE have gone unbeaten in their following 12.

They have won seven of the meetings and drawn five.

Recent history on their side

North End have lost their last two away games against Millwall, 2-1, and Cardiff City, 4-0, but haven’t lost three away games in a row since 2019.

PNE Starting XI: Iversen, van den Berg, Huntington, Storey, Hughes, Browne, Whiteman, Sinclair, Johnson, Maguire, Evans.

PNE Subs: Ripley, Lindsay, Gallagher, Rafferty, Riis, Molumby, Barkhuizen, Gordon, Potts.

Andrew Hughes has come in this afternoon for Greg Cunningham who misses out with a knock, but against a physical and direct side in Wycombe, it could work well for PNE.

They’re going to have to stand up to a tough test in the air and the added height of the Welshman could be beneficial.

Pick up where left off

Ched Evans has scored in his last two appearances against Wycombe, both goals coming in last season’s League One play-offs.

Evans scored both at Highbury and at Adams Park for Fleetwood as Gareth Ainsworth’s men secured a place at Wembley.

The players are out...

North End are first to the pitch followed by Wycombe, kick off is not far off now!

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