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Ryan Lowe reckons that Preston North End should have scored “three or four more goals” against Millwall – and added they could have been “out of sight”.

The Championship fixture at Deepdale ended in a 1-1 draw after Murray Wallace cancelled out his earlier own goal.

North End boss Lowe said: “We should have had more, we should have been out of sight and finished them off.

“We were worthy of two goals in the first half and in the second half you saw the chances we created.

“Millwall had a couple of chances as well, I’m not denying that, Daniel Iversen made some good saves.

“We should have had three or four more goals, like we should have done last week against QPR.

“One thing I am pleased about is the entertainment, the patterns of play we work. There are some bits in there that certainly need to be better, we know that – the ball retention and the turnovers which we are working on every day.

“We know that we can get up the top end of the pitch and it is then having that little bit of quality in front of goal. If we have that quality, we will score three or four goals.”

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