Most premier league clubs clubs have sacked their managers this season due to poor performances in the club.Barcelona, Newcastle United, Manchester United, Aston Villa, Barnsley and Rangers have all sacked their managers this season due to run of poor performances. Today according to the Sun Football reports, preston have reportedly sacked their manager Frankie McAvoy after up-and-down run of results.
PRESTON VS CARDIFF. One side in the middle of a poor run welcomes a team who’ve been dreadful during the early stages of this campaign but now have a new manager with new ideas. The hosts are currently better off than the side from Wales in the table, but their form is inconsistent, to say the least.
PRESTON VS STOKE CITY. Preston sit ten places behind Stoke in the Championship table, but The Lilywhites look capable of holding The Potters at Deepdale this Tuesday after going six league matches unbeaten. Boss Frankie McAvoy has done well to steady the Preston ship after a disastrous start to the campaign which saw The Lilywhites lose their first three league games.
PRESTON VS COVENTRY. Preston and Coventry were given similar odds for promotion and relegation from the Championship this year, so there’s no doubt which team is outperforming expectations with the Sky Blues currently eleven points up on North End and in fourth. But the oddsmakers are right to rate Wednesday’s game at Deepdale as a roughly even contest and we think the draw looks like a big runner when estimating what the final outcome will be.
MIDDLESBROUGH VS PRESTON. Preston North End manager Frankie McAvoy is on thin ice ahead of his side’s trip to Middlesbrough, where a third straight defeat could see him shown the door. PNE have won just five of 17 league games up to date and currently find themselves in 16th position and just six points off the relegation zone at this crucial stage of the campaign.
Championship side Preston North End have parted ways with head coach Alex Neil following yesterday's 1-0 defeat to Luton Town at the Deepdale stadium in a game which extended the dismal run of the Lillywhites.
Derby vs Luton The visitors have equalled last season’s tally of 14 wins, with seven of those coming on the road.The Hatters are an all-or-nothing team on their travels, drawing just two of 19 trips.