How Preston North End's players rated in their win over Millwall: Dave Seddon's marks out of 10

There were plenty of good performances in Preston North End's 3-2 win over Millwall on Saturday.

Saturday, 15th December 2018, 10:15 pm
Updated Saturday, 15th December 2018, 11:18 pm
Andrew Hughes goes for goal during Preston's win over Millwall on Saturday

Alan Browne, Tom Barkhuizen and Andrew Hughes got the goals but who was your man of the match?

Made some decent saves in the second half as Millwall put the pressure on.
Solid enough performance at right-back from the masked skipper. Restricted the threat down that side.

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His sliding block to deny O'Brien in the second half was a key moment. Strong in the air but a poor back header almost let in Millwall at one stage.
There were a couple of times when slack clearances gave the ball away.
Involved quite a lot early in the game when PNE were on the front foot. Scored the third goal with a free-kic.
Good to see him back and he put in plenty of work in midfield. Rattled the bar with a late shot.
Provided assists for the first two goals, then early in the second half forced a fine save from the keeper.
Played tucked in on the right side and wasn't able to influence the game as much as he does from a central area.
Scored Preston's first goal and later had a header cleared off the line. Put in his usual shift.
A confident finish for the second goal and won the free-kick which led to the third. Started on the left-wing and had spells playing up front too.
Found it quite tough going against Millwall's centre-backs but kept battling.
Replaced Johnson in the 82nd minute to give the midfield a more solid look. Competed well.
Stoppage-time sub for Browne, little time to make an impact.
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