How to follow Preston North End vs Stoke City – live stream and details on Sky Sports



Preston North End hosts Stoke City tonight in the Championship.

The Lilywhites are looking to find their way back to victory after four straight league losses, although Frankie McAvoy’s men are undefeated in eight in all competitions.

Michael O’Neill’s men have started the season well and are in fifth place in the standings, after nine matches.

Here is all the key information before the game.

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When is the kick-off?

The match will take place on Tuesday, September 28, with kick-off at 7:45 p.m. in Deepdale.

Can I watch it on TV?

You can.

Sky Sports Football will be broadcasting the game live via its interactive red button service – which kicks in for midweek league games.

The main match on Sky Sports Main Event tomorrow night is Middlesbrough v Sheffield United.

What about the highlights?

Quest TV will air the highlights at half past ten on Wednesday evening.

A recap of the action also tends to be viewed on the Sky Sports app, around an hour after the full-time whistle blows, as well as on YouTube courtesy of the Official EFL Shorts.

Channels: TNT (12), Sky (831), Virgin (169), BT (12) and Freesat (172).

Another way to follow the game?

Our dedicated PNE reporter George hodgson will have a live blog of the action from Deepdale.

It will be live from around 5pm with all the preparation until kick-off, live match updates and reaction as well.

If you aren’t already, be sure to follow our Twitter account. @PNELive for the cover.

You can also like our Facebook page.

News from the team?

Tom Barkhuizen, club skipper Alan Browne and Scott Sinclair are available again.

Ched Evans and Matthew Olosunde aren’t quite ready yet, but ex-Stoke man Liam Lindsay is in good shape despite receiving a blow last week in the cup.

Connor Wickham and Izzy Brown will play no role given their injuries.

Harry Souttar is hit and goes for Stoke after limping with a leg injury the last time around.

Tommy Smith returns from three-game suspension; midfielder Mario Vrancic is a minor doubt (calf).

Joe Allen (toe), Steven Fletcher (ankle), Abdallah Sima (ankle) and Morgan Fox (hamstrings) are expected to miss the game, along with Tyrese Campbell and Tashan Oakley-Booth.

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