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09 March 2019 Venue Pride Park Stadium Attendance

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Match preview: Derby v Owls

8 March 2019

After collecting seven points from nine in three consecutive home games, Wednesday are back on the road this weekend.

A trip to Pride Park is next up for Steve Bruce’s men, who are unbeaten in the Championship since 12 January.

The Owls have slipped to just one defeat in their last 13 league outings but head to Derby on Saturday, who returned to winning ways in midweek at home to Wigan.

The Rams had lost ground in the battle for a place in the top six after three straight league defeats but got back on track with a 2-1 win over the Latics on Tuesday.

Pride Park has not been a happy hunting ground for the Owls in recent years.

Wednesday’s last win over the Rams on the road was back in April 2006 when goals from Marcus Tudgay and Leon Best sealed a 2-0 travelling triumph.

Here is’s match preview:

Team news

Owls: Fernando Forestieri (hamstring) is ruled out of the clash with Derby. A scan in midweek revealed a hamstring strain, while Lucas Joao (knee) is also an injury concern.

Morgan Fox is back available for selection, while striker Sam Winnall is likely to have a place in the matchday squad.

Achraf Lazaar has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.

Derby: Tom Lawrence could be in line for a return this weekend after missing the Rams’ last five outings with an ankle injury.

Mason Mount (hamstring) is unlikely to be available until after the international break, while Craig Bryson (foot) is expected to be sidelined for another three weeks.

Andy King, Marcus Olsson, Craig Forsyth and Curtis Davies all remain out through injury.


Tickets for Sheffield’s Wednesday’s trip to Pride Park have sold out to visiting supporters.

The Owls face Derby on Saturday 9 March (3.00pm) with a sold out allocation of 3,132.

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Going to the game?

For a comprehensive visitors’ guide to Pride Park, CLICK HERE for full details.

This guide is intended to help you get the best experience possible on your visit to Derby County by providing useful information that will assist you in finding your way to, in and around Pride Park.


Supporters are, as always, reminded of their conduct while following the Owls home and away.

This includes behaviour inside and outside of the stadium, the launching of missiles, pyrotechnics, coins or bottles.

Anyone found to be in breach of ground regulations and/or the law, will be met with potential club and legal action.

During last Monday’s game against Sheffield United at Hillsborough, incidents of coin throwing and missile launching came to light.

Perpetrators are warned that if identified they will face the strictest possible sanctions by both Sheffield Wednesday and the relevant authorities.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Last five v Derby

Owls 1-2 Derby | 24 November 2018 | Championship

Owls 2-0 Derby | 13 February 2018 | Championship
Derby 2-0 Owls | 21 October 2017 | Championship

Owls 2-1 Derby | 22 April 2017 | Championship
Derby 2-0 Owls | 29 October 2016 | Championship

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Match Reports

Report: Derby 1-1 Owls

9 March 2019

Pride Park is hardly Wednesday’s happiest hunting ground but Steve Bruce’s side dented that fact with a well-earned point against Derby.

Bradley Johnson gave the Rams an early lead but the Owls rallied to give an excellent account of themselves in the Midlands and drew level in the second period through Dominic Iorfa.

Wednesday might have won it too as Sam Winnall came off the bench to net on his old stamping ground but the goal was ruled out for an infringement.

Victory would not have flattered the visitors either as they recovered in impressive style from the Rams’ opener.

After Adam Reach went close at one end, Johnson made the breakthrough nine minutes in at the other.

Duane Holmes’ corner found its way to the former Norwich man, who directed a firm header back across goal and into the roof of the net.

Wednesday replied with George Boyd taking aim from range and ex-Owls loanee Scott Carson was called into action to tip over the bar.

Derby hit straight back and Martyn Waghorn looked to advance one on one with Keiren Westwood only to lose control of the ball at the crucial moment.

Carson then kept out a Steven Fletcher snapshot before the latter hooked a Barry Bannan feed out of the keeper’s reach but off the target.

Wednesday were dealt an early blow after the break when Fletcher succumbed to a foot injury but their fortune changed on 57 minutes.

Bannan delivered a super set piece into the heart of the danger zone and Iorfa powered an unstoppable header beyond Carson to restore parity.

Moments later, though, the hosts were almost back in front as a looping volley from Scott Malone smashed against the post and fortunately for the Owls to safety.

Back came Wednesday and Reach unleashed a low drive from distance that whistled past the upright before Jayden Bogle did the same for Derby.

Then, with ten minutes to go, the Owls seemed to have snatched the points only to see the strike chalked off.

Substitute Sam Winnall – returning to the Rams for the first time since his successful temporary spell – rolled into an empty net following a goalmouth scramble but the referee blew for a foul on Carson.

Still there was time for Derby to prise a golden opportunity when Bogle found room in the box but Westwood showed his class to acrobatically deny the midfield man.

Owls: Westwood, Iorfa, Hector, Lees, Palmer, Aarons (Fox 90), Hutchinson, Bannan, Boyd (Winnall 62), Reach, Fletcher (Nuhiu 50)

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Derby v Wednesday

15 February 2019

The Owls travel to Derby on Saturday 9 March (3.00pm) in the Championship and ticket details are as follows:

SWFC have the full allocation of 3,132 tickets for this all-ticket fixture.


Adults: £30        
Over 65: £21
Under 18: £16.50
Under 13*: £9

*Children Under 13 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or above and these tickets are only available to purchase via the SWFC Ticket Office.

There are eight wheelchair spaces which are priced at the relevant age band above plus a carer free of charge.    

Inter City Owl departs at 12 noon and prices are as follows:

Adults: £16
Children: £15

Ticket sale and Priority Point (TPP) details:

Monday 18 February (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 680 or more TPP

Monday 18 February (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 640 or more TPP

Tuesday 19 February (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 600 or more TPP

Tuesday 19 February (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 560 or more TPP

Wednesday 20 February (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 520 or more TPP

Wednesday 20 February (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 480 or more TPP

Thursday 21 February (9.00am): Season Ticket holders

Thursday 21 February (2.00pm): Gold Owls Members

Friday 22 February (9.00am): Silver Owls Members & Foundation Members

Friday 22 February (2.00pm): General sale

Please note that sale dates are subject to availability.

Tickets can be purchased 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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