When the two sides met at Deepdale back in November, it was the visitors who claimed the bragging rights, with a 3-0 win at Deepdale.
“I did not play for five years so my body has had that break, which is unprecedented in football from what I know. With regards to my body, I feel the best I have ever felt and I just want to keep doing what I am doing.”
The ex-Fleetwood Town striker scored his first goal for Preston in last weekend's 2-1 loss to Rotherham United, and will be eager to keep the ball rolling and add to his tally over the coming weeks and months.
Take a look at today's biggest transfer stories and team news involving Preston North End, and a number of other clubs from the second-tier, as we gear up for another big weekend of Championship football:
1. Red Devils step up Aarons chase
Manchester United are rumoured to have opened talks with Norwich City over a summer swoop for defender Max Aarons. He looks set to be brought in to replace Diego Dalot, who is currently on loan with AC Milan. (Calcio Mercato)
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2. Field tipped for permanent exit
West Bromwich Albion midfielder Sam Field, currently on loan at QPR, is believed to have little chance of playing for the Baggies again, and could join the Hoops permanently when the summer transfer window opens. (Birmingham Mail)
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3. Bees could hang onto Toney
Football pundit Don Goodman has backed Brentford to hang on to star striker Ivan Toney in the summer, citing the club's healthy financial status as a key reason. The forward has scored 22 goals in 27 league games so far this season. (Sky Sports)
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4. Celtic close in on Shaw
Celtic are said to be in "extensive talks" with Sheffield Wednesday starlet Liam Shaw. However, the Owls remain hopeful of convincing the highly-rated youngster to sign a new deal and extend his stay at Hillsborough. (Football Insider)
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