PNE expecting aerial bombardment
PNE utility man Callum Davidson reckons Preston will try and stamp their style of play on tomorrow`s [Saturday] clash versus Watford…but they are still expecting to face aerial attack and a dodgy pitch.
The experienced Scot told the official club site "It is going to be a real tough game and a bit of an aerial battle as well ; they [Watford] play a certain way and we have to try and cope with that and then try and play the game we want to play."
But Davidson reckons the Deepdale playing surface and North West weather could make it difficult to get the famed Preston passing game going and might end up playing into the Hornets hands.
"Last Saturday [FA Cup v Scunthorpe], it was the worst I`d ever seen the pitch in the 4 years I`ve been here. It`s also been throwing it down in bucketloads, so let`s hope it`s conjucive to the way we [Preston] play and not the way Watford play".
Here at VitalWatford Towers we`re still recovering from the shock of seeing a footballer use the word 'conjucive` (and in the right context to boot)!
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