As it happened: Fulham 2-0 Preston North End
It's the second of two big games for Preston North End as they travel to Fulham in the Championship.
We will have all the build up and the team news leading into the game, and all the action after the first whistle, here - so make sure to refresh (F5) the page to keep up to date!
LIVE: Fulham vs Preston North End
Last updated: Saturday, 29 February, 2020, 15:03
Full Time: Fulham 2-0 PNE
Preston were unlucky to go behind, David Nugent heading the ball on at the near post, Sterling the ball into his own net.
Fulham got their second at the death, PNE pushing for an equaliser at a corner, Aboubakar Kamara was able to break with the ball, covering most of the pitch before squaring to Cavaleiro who wasn't able to capitalise, but Kamara was.
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The day has well and truly begun...
Not a common occurrence
This is only the fourth time PNE have played on February 29 in 4,996 games.
They have lost to Bury, beat Sunderland and drawn against Reading, in that order, before today.
Alex Neil, as always, has choice to make today but he will also have Tuesday's defeat to West Bromwich Albion in mind.
PNE were poor in the week and whether David Nugent can play twice in a week is something worth thinking about, and he missed a couple in the week.
Could he opt for more pace in the forward line?
PNE Starting XI: Rudd, Fisher, Bauer, Davies, Hughes, Browne, Johnson, Potts, Barkhuizen, Nugent, Maguire.
PNE subs: Ripley, Clarke, Huntington, Ledson, Harrop, Sinclair, Stockley.
No Pearo no party
Ben Pearson misses out today through a knock, Brad Potts comes into the starting XI.
Paul Gallagher also misses out on the squad as does Joe Rafferty.
A long time coming
North End haven't completed a league double over Fulham since the 1994/95 season, they have the opportunity to do that today but will have to do it without arguably their best player.