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12 January 2019 Venue KCOM Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews

Match preview: Hull v Wednesday

11 January 2019

Wednesday are back in Championship action this weekend with a clash against Hull at The KCOM Stadium and here is’s match preview:

The Owls are unbeaten in five ahead of Saturday’s trip to face the Tigers.

During that time Wednesday have beaten Preston and Middlesbrough, while drawing the last three against West Brom, Birmingham and Luton – conceding just two goals in five games.

But the Tigers are the form side in the second tier with five wins from their last five and unbeaten since late November.

Nigel Adkins’ side were knocked out of the FA Cup last Sunday away at Millwall, going down 2-1.

Adkins and Tigers leading scorer Jarrod Bowen were named as the division’s December Manager and Player of the Month, respectively.

Team news

Owls: Barry Bannan will be fit for action this weekend.

The 29-year-old took a late knock in the cup stalemate with Luton last weekend but has trained throughout the week and is available for selection.

Sam Hutchinson will be monitored after being withdrawn early against the Hatters, while Fernando Forestieri could return to training next week.

Elsewhere, Keiren Westwood could return between the sticks after missing the Hatters cup-tie.

Josh Onomah (hamstring) has returned to Tottenham while receiving treatment and is expected to be sidelined for a month.

Hull: Fraizer Campbell (hamstring) could make his first appearance since Boxing Day.

Jackson Irvine is away on international duty with Australia in the Asian Cup. James Weir and Angus MacDonald remain long term absentees.


The full allocation of 2,387 tickets have been snapped up by Owls supporters for the trip to The KCOM Stadium.

Supporters are urged not to travel without a valid match ticket.

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Minute’s applause

A minute’s applause will take place ahead of kick-off as the hosts remember all those members of the Hull City family that have passed away over the last 12 months.

Last five v Hull

Owls 1-1 Hull | 11 August 2018 | Championship

Hull 0-1 Owls | 14 April 2018 | Championship (pictured below)
Owls 2-2 Hull | 2 December 2017 | Championship

Hull 1-0 Owls | 28 May 2016 | Championship play-off
Hull 0-0 Owls | 26 February 2016 | Championship
Owls 1-1 Hull | 17 October 2015 | Championship

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Match Reports

Report: Hull 3-0 Wednesday

12 January 2019

Hull posted their sixth successive league win on Saturday, beating the Owls 3-0 at the KCOM Stadium.

And the hosts were good value for the points as they turned in an impressive performance that underlined their credentials as the form team in the division.

Newly-crowned Championship Player of the Month Jarrod Bowen showed why he is fast becoming hot property, scoring twice to put Hull in the driving seat.

Substitute Frazier Campbell saw them over the line to round off a dominant display on an afternoon to forget for Wednesday.

Conversely, the Tigers played like a team on top of their game, particularly in the first half, and went close inside two minutes when Kevin Stewart forced a fine save from Keiren Westwood following a neat three-man move.

Westwood darted off his line to thwart Chris Martin 10 minutes later before skipper Marcus Henriksen tested the Owls’ keeper with a low drive that was palmed to safety.

Hull went on to control possession as the contest unfolded, causing problems in and around the danger zone, and deservedly made the breakthrough on the stroke of half time.

Key men Bowen and Kamil Grosicki looked dangerous on the ball throughout and the warning signs for Wednesday were evident.

And Bowen duly stepped up to give his side the lead, cutting across the edge of the penalty area and unleashing a fierce hit into the bottom corner.

The Owls were limited to just one shot in the first half, an Adam Reach effort from range that flew over the crossbar.

And any ambitions of an uplift after the resumption were thwarted only five minutes in. Westwood was adjudged to have sent Martin tumbling in the area and the referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot.

Bowen made no mistake from 12 yards and an already arduous looking task for the Owls took an uphill turn.

The pattern of play continued in Hull’s favour as Wednesday struggled to make an impression in the final third and the game was out of the visitors’ reach on 76 minutes.

Campbell advanced menacingly into the box and pulled the trigger on the angle, the ball flying past Westwood and into the back of the net to complete a convincing victory.

Wednesday: Westwood, Palmer, Lees, Hector, Fox, Boyd, Bannan, Hutchinson, Reach, Matias (Nuhiu 55), Fletcher (Winnall 71)

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Hull v Wednesday

24 December 2018

The Owls travel to Hull City on Saturday 12 January (3.00pm) in the Sky Bet Championship and ticket details are as follows:

SWFC have an allocation of 2,387 for this all ticket fixture.

Tickets are located in the North and East Stand and are priced per block with no Concessions.

Block N6     £24
Block N7     £24
Block NE1   £27
Block E1     £27
Block E2     £27
Block E3     £30

Please note unaccompanied children/young people under the age of 14 will not be admitted into the KCOM Stadium without an adult aged 18 or over to accompany them.

There are eight wheelchair spaces which are priced at £24 each plus a carer free of charge.    

Inter City Owl departs at 11.30am and prices are as follows:

Adults: £19
Children: £18

Tickets sales and Priority Points details:

Thursday 27 December (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 700 or more TPP

Thursday 27 December (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 660 or more TPP

Friday 28 December (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 620 or more TPP

Friday 28 December (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 580 or more TPP

Monday 31 December (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 540 or more TPP

Wednesday 2 January (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 500 or more TPP

Wednesday 2 January (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 460 or more TPP

Thursday 3 January (9.00am): Season Ticket holders

Thursday 3 January (2.00pm): Gold Owls Members

Friday 4 January (9.00am): Silver Owls Members & Foundation Members

Friday 4 January (2.00pm): General sale

Please note that sale dates are subject to availability.

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ticket Office, Sheffield Wednesday Online Shop or by telephone on 03700 201867 (option 1) (£2 booking fee per ticket)

Supporters who attend this game and purchase in advance will receive ten Ticket Priority Points.

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