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Match preview: Owls v Norwich

2 November 2018

The Owls host Norwich on Saturday in the Championship (3.00pm) and here is swfc.co.uk’s match preview:

Wednesday go into the Championship encounter on the back of three straight defeats.

Successive defeats to Middlesbrough, QPR and Birmingham have seen the Owls drop to 15th in the Championship.

Though, Jos Luhukay’s side have picked up points in six of their seven fixtures on home soil this season.

Norwich, on the other hand, are one of the form sides of the division with seven wins from their last nine league outings.

Daniel Farke’s City side head to Hillsborough after posting three consecutive league victories over Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa and Brentford.

Team news:

Owls: Daniel Pudil could come back into contention after missing out last week at Birmingham with a facial injury.

Elsewhere there are no fresh concerns from the trip to Birmingham last weekend.

Fernando Forestieri and Marco Matias (both hamstring) are expected to return to first team action after the international break.

Gary Hooper underwent groin surgery on Thursday and will be sidelined for a further eight weeks.

Norwich: Owls loanee Jordan Rhodes will be unavailable for City this weekend.

Boss Daniel Farke is expected to make several changes from the side that faced Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.

Todd Cantwell (hamstring) is unavailable and a late decision will be made on Marco Stiepermann (tonsillitis), who has now returned to training.

Defender Ivo Pinto is also unavailable after picking up a knock on Tuesday.

Striker Teemu Pukki is expected to be an option after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Minute's silence:

Hillsborough will observe a minute’s silence before Saturday’s match against Norwich to pay respects to members of the armed forces past and present and all those affected by the tragic helicopter crash in Leicester last weekend.

On Saturday, we ask all supporters to take their seats in good time just before kick-off to ensure the minute’s silence is fittingly observed.

All turnstile use will be suspended upon entry to the stadium for one minute at 2.59pm.

Tickets:

Tickets for this Category C fixture start from £31 for Adult Owls Members and £5 for Under 11 Members on the Kop.

Follow the game live:

International season and match pass holders can watch the game live on iFollow with commentary from Rob O’Neill and John Pearson.

For our UK subscribers, we’ll have exclusive online live match commentary with Rob and John starting from 2.30pm.

Subscriptions for audio-only start from just £4.49 per month to listen to every Owls' fixture home and away.

Fans Zone

We are open from midday in our Fans Zone this weekend!

A range of street food stalls will be in place, selling gourmet hot dogs, Mexican dishes, pasta and candy.

A licensed bar will also be open from 12 noon to kick-off (3.00pm) on what is predicted to be a warm, sunny day in S6.

Last five v Norwich

2017/18

Owls 5-1 Norwich | 6 May 2018 | Championship (pictured)
Norwich 3-1 Owls | 9 Dec 2017 | Championship

2016/17
Owls 5-1 Norwich | 4 March 2017 | Championship
Norwich 0-0 Owls | 13 August 2016 | Championship

2014/15
Norwich 2-0 Owls | 6 April 2015 | Championship 

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Report: Owls 0-4 Norwich

3 November 2018

High-flying Norwich missed an early penalty from which they comfortably recovered to post a 4-0 win over Wednesday at Hillsborough.

Triple strikes at the start of the second half did the bulk of the damage as the Canaries showed a ruthless streak in the final third.

A Teemu Pukki brace and Emi Buendia hit laid the foundations for the Norfolk side’s ninth win in 11 games.

Dennis Srbeny applied the final coating of gloss late on as Norwich climbed to the Championship summit.

A dramatic opening to the contest could and should have seen goals at either end.

Inside three minutes Adam Reach did well to pick out Steven Fletcher, whose looped header was going wide of the target.

But Reach continued his run to nod back into the path of Atdhe Nuhiu and the big man teed up Josh Onomah but the Tottenham loanee hit high over the bar.

Norwich motored straight upfield and promptly won a penalty from their first meaningful attack.

Tom Lees was adjudged to have tripped Mario Vrancic and the latter took the spot-kick himself – only to see Cameron Dawson guess right to keep the score goalless.

That gave the Owls a real boost and Norwich were relieved to see a fierce Matt Penney volley from distance take a big deflection to safety.

The Canaries hit back with an Onel Hernandez effort that whistled past the post before Reach forced a diving save from Tim Krul at the other end.

Krul was soon in action once more, this time leaping across his six-yard line to keep out a Barry Bannan shot from all of 30 yards.

Quite how the opening period ended without a goal was a mystery and both sides came out for the second half determined to gain the upper hand.

And it was Norwich that struck in a devastating 15-minute spell that spawned three goals.

On 50 minutes, Vrancic dragged a low drive across goal that inadvertently fell into the path of Pukki, who slotted home from close range.

Five minutes later, the visitors doubled their lead. A high ball into the box landed invitingly for Buendia and the Argentine midfielder calmly picked his spot in the bottom corner.

Then on the hour, a sweeping Canaries counter involving four players was concluded with Pukki slamming past Dawson to make the points safe.

The remainder of the game proved little more than academic but there was time for Norwich to add a fourth when Srbeny capitalised on a defensive mix-up and Wednesday were well beaten.

Wednesday: Dawson, Palmer, Lees, Pudil (Thorniley 82), Penny, Onomah, Bannan, Pelupessy, Reach, Fletcher (Preston 87), Nuhiu (Joao 69)

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Ticket details: Owls v Norwich

12 October 2018

Owls v Norwich
Saturday 3 November – (3.00pm)
Championship

Tickets for this Category C fixture start from £31 for Adult Owls Members and £5 for Under 11 Members on the Kop.

Tickets are now on sale to Season Ticket holders and Owls Members and will go on general sale from Monday 15 October.

Tickets are available to purchase from the Ticket Office, by telephone on 03700 201867 (Option 1, £2 booking fee per ticket) or via the SWFC Online store.

Kop Members Non Members
Adult £31 £36
Senior/Under 21s £21 £26
Student and Armed Forces £26 £36
Junior Under 17 £10 £15
Junior Under 11 £5 £10
Junior Under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5

 

North/Grandstand Members Non Members
Adult £34 £39
Senior/Under 21s £24 £29
Student and Armed Forces £29 £39
Junior Under 17 £10 £15
Junior Under 11 £5 £10
Junior Under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5

 

South Members Non Members
Adult £38 £43
Senior/Under 21s £28 £33
Student and Armed Forces £33 £43
Junior Under 17 £10 £15
Junior Under 11 £5 £10
Junior Under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5

Supporters who attend this game and purchase tickets in advance under their own ID number will receive ten Ticket Priority Points.

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