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Ryan Lowe warned Preston North End players before their match against Birmingham City that they would “be hurting.”

Ryan Lowe, the manager of Preston North End, anticipates a challenging matchup against Birmingham City.

Preston North End's Manager Ryan Lowe

After easily defeating Rotherham United on Good Friday, the Lilywhites will now travel to St Andrew’s for their Easter Monday match. The Blues, who are now in the thick of the relegation struggle and lost to Queens Park Rangers last time out in the last seconds, are managed by interim manager Gary Rowett. The manager of North End is aware of the home team’s will to recover and avoid difficulties.

“It is a challenge in that they are fighting for their lives and their careers,” Lowe stated. It won’t be simple at all. I usually worry about these kinds of games, like (Friday). Though I never say it to anyone, I have a gut feeling that it’s true, which is why I requested the guys to have an extra special attitude and application (in contrast to Rotherham). Ever moment I entered, it has been. The boys will heal, we’ll start over from scratch, and we’ll prepare a strategy for Birmingham.

“We’ve got to worry about us and know their strengths and weaknesses. Hopefully the lads can take the game plan to fruition, but it is not going to be easy. Every game from now, until the end of the season, when you are playing teams down there, they are fighting for their lives. They are going to be hurting, but we’ve got to go about our business the right way.”

Lowe added: “We’ve just got to keep going. It’s one down, two to go – I have said about the three game blocks and the points tally we may need, which is in the back of our heads. Other teams have got to lose and we’ve got to keep winning, to sustain it. I just want me and the coaching staff to keep doing the right things, with the players, on the training pitch.

“If we keep performing and keep winning, then who knows? I know we have to play Norwich at home, which will be an excellent game if the points tally is still around the same. We’ve just got to worry about the next one and when the next one comes, we’ve got to perform to get a result.”


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