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Preston 1-1 Leicester

Preston 1-1 Leicester

Leicester's preparations for the coming season continued earlier today as we drew one all with Preston North End.

There would've been plenty of positives for Manager Nigel Pearson following the game, as it was another decent showing from us, we took the lead, and Kasper Schmeichel and Paul Konchesky built on their fitness by getting the full 90 minutes - whilst the gaffer gave a run out to 18 players in total.

Liam Moore had given us the lead in the first half with a spectacular strike after 25 minutes. Unfortunately for us, they equalised just before the hour mark of the game and that was how it stayed at full time.

It does bring an end to our three match winning run, but Leicester remain unbeaten so far in pre season.

For a full match report please click here.

Preston:

Jones (Stuckman 61), Woods (Wiseman 46), Clarke (Keane 61), Wright, Buchanan (Hayhurst 46), King, Brownhill (Browne 46 (Byrom 78)), Humphrey (B. Davies 61), Welsh (Garner 78), Laird (Little 61), K. Davies (Hugill 61).

Goals: Clarke (57).

Leicester:

Schmeichel, De Laet (McCourt 78), Wasilewski (Morgan 70), Moore (Kennedy 70), Konchesky, James (King 70), Drinkwater (Hammond 70), Knockaert (Albrighton 70), Taylor-Fletcher (Nugent 62), Vardy (Mahrez 34), Ulloa (Wood 62).

Subs:

Logan.

Goals: Moore (25).

Ref: D. Handley.

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Writer:SvensAmbition
Date:Saturday August 2 2014
Time: 7:58PM

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