Preston North End will look to enter the international break on a high when they host Bolton Wanderers at Deepdale on Saturday.
From likely line-ups to key men and the referee, all you need to know about the Lancashire derby in the Championship can be found below.
PNE: Maxwell, Fisher, Huntington, Davies, Hughes, Pearson, Browne, Robinson, Harrop, Barker, Nmecha
Bolton: Alnwick, Olkowski, Wheater, Beevers, Taylor, Vela, Lowe, Murphy, Wildschut, Magennis, Noone.
Josh Harrop: Touch and go whether he starts or not but Harrop is coming of age already this season. Mixed his usual excellent work on the ball with a bit more industry in the League Cup win at Leeds on Tuesday. Could be a big player this season.
Josh Magennis: First cash signing in three-and-a-half years at Bolton, costing £200,000 from Charlton. Has scored three in five and is the kind of muscular front man who tends to do well at Wanderers.
In the visiting dugout
Phil Parkinson: Chorley-born Parkinson was a Preston North End fan in his younger days, even though his family moved down south when he was a child. He was appointed Bolton manager in June 2016 and in his first season in charge, guided the Trotters to promotion from League One. Prior to that, Parkinson managed Bradford City for five years. In that time, City were promoted from League Two and reached the League Cup final. He has also managed Colchester, Hull and Charlton, and in 2006 was on PNE’s managerial shortlist.
Andy Davies: Hampshire official has taken charge of PNE games in each of the last three seasons. In January he was the man in the middle for the 1-1 draw with Birmingham at Deepdale. Davies also took charge of the 1-0 defeat at Reading on the opening day of the 2016-17 season and the 0-0 draw at Brighton back in October 2015. Has shown 17 yellow cards in five games in the Championship, League Two and League Cup so far this season.
This week in PNE history
Six years ago: On Sunday, September 2, 2012, PNE picked up a big win over Swindon in League One at Deepdale. Akpo Sodje, Nicky Wroe, Stuart Beavon and John Welsh were all on target in a 4-1 victory for the hosts.
15 years ago: Saturday, August 30, 2003, saw Paul McKenna score the only goal of the game in a 1-0 Division One win over Stoke City on home soil.
24 years ago: North End saw off Lincoln 4-0 at Deepdale on Saturday, September 3, 1994. Mark Sale scored twice for the Lilywhites, David Moyes and Gareth Ainsworth also on target in the season PNE finished fifth in Division Three.
35 years ago: On September 3, 1983, PNE and Brentford played out a 3-3 draw at Deepdale.