Queens Park Rangers receive boost as Preston North End confirm 3 key players on injuries ahead of Saturday’s clash

PNE face Queens Park Rangers away from home on Saturday.
Ryan Lowe, Preston North End manager, does not anticipate Ben Whiteman to feature again this season.

In early March, the number four suffered a serious ankle injury against Stoke City. Initially, Lowe assumed Whiteman would return for the final few games of the season. However, this no longer appears to be the case. Ali McCann and Brad Potts will miss Saturday’s trip to Queens Park Rangers, although Liam Millar could be available again.
On Thursday afternoon, Lowe stated: “We’ve had a few problems with injuries and whatnot – it’s Sod’s law, isn’t it? You lose one, two, or three, but I always believe in the guys who go in. We never moan and just get on with it.”Good news: Liam Millar, Ryan Ledson, and Browney all trained well today. We’ll evaluate how they’re doing tomorrow morning and make an informed decision. But, most importantly, we have three good players who should be available for the weekend.”
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When asked if Whiteman will be seen again, Lowe replied, “No, probably not now.” He is taking some time off after working hard with his ankle for the past two weeks. We expected the range to have reached a certain point, but it has not, in terms of mobility and movement. So, there is no way we will risk him from now until the end of the season.

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“I cannot see that happening. Pottsy is on the grass and doing well, but if we risk him is difficult again, isn’t it? Ali has not yet reached the grass, but he is close. They will most likely arrive too soon for those guys, but if we can get them healthy and ready”They can take a break and return next season.”


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