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Posted Saturday, March 2nd 2019

Milestone for Pack at Deepdale

Marlon Pack makes his 200th league start for City this afternoon.

Pack also wears the captain's armband for the trip to Deepdale, where Lee Johnson makes three changes from Tuesday night's result agains Birmingham City.

Two of those changes came at full-back, where Jack Hunt and Lloyd Kelly step in for Eros Pisano and Jay Dasilva, respectively, with Jamie Paterson replacing Kasey Palmer in attacking midfield.

Preston North End v City kicks off at 3pm.

City: Mäenpää, Hunt, Webster, Kalas, Kelly, Pack (c), Brownhill, Paterson, Weimann, O'Dowda, Diédhiou. Subs: O'Leary, Dasilva, Wright, Eliasson, Palmer, Semenyo, Taylor.

Preston: Rudd, Fisher, Davies, Browne, Johnson, Gallagher (c), Storey, Hughes, Kedson, Maguire, Potts. Subs: Crowe, Huntington, Earl, Rafferty, Barkhuizen, Stockley, Nmecha.

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