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11 January 2020 Venue Elland Road Attendance

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Match Previews

Match preview: Leeds v Owls

10 January 2020

Wednesday bounced back from three successive league defeats with an impressive FA Cup victory away at Brighton last weekend.

The Owls will be looking to take the positives from the 1-0 win at The Amex into another tough encounter at Elland Road.

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It’s a big challenge on Saturday for Garry Monk’s men, who face a Leeds side top of the table and in strong form.

On home soil, the Whites have won seven, drawn four and lost just one game.

The two sides met back in October in front of the Sky Sports cameras and drew 0-0 in an entertaining clash at Hillsborough.

Team news

SWFC: Steven Fletcher has been ruled out for eight to 10 weeks after suffering a knee injury at Brighton last week.

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Liam Palmer (ankle) is expected to return to training next week.

Fernando Forestieri (knee) has also stepped up his return to fitness and is set to be on the training field next week.

Barry Bannan and Sam Hutchinson could return to the starting XI after missing the Brighton cup clash.

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Leeds: Goalkeeper Kiko Casilla will return to the team after being rested on Monday for the FA Cup trip to Arsenal.

Midfielder Pablo Hernandez (hamstring) is back in training after missing Leeds’ last four outings.

The Spaniard last featured on 21 December in the 2-1 defeat away at Fulham.

Pre-match press conferences

Current form

Owls: WLLLW
Leeds: LDWDL

Top scorers

Steven Fletcher: 12 goals
Patrick Bamford: 10 goals

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Owls fans at Elland Road

In order to ensure a speedy and safe entry into the ground, LUFC respectfully ask fans not to bring any bags to the stadium. This fixture is a sell out for the away section, so please do not travel unless you have a ticket.

This year the club have lost over 800 car park spaces due to work being carried out by Leeds City Council, fans are advised to travel by train or arrive early to ensure you can park.

Alternatively there is a large car park on Whitehall Road run by Citiparks.

Leeds United operates a full search regime including dogs, for the safety of spectators coming to the ground, and ask that you arrive early to ensure everyone is in before kick-off.

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Supporter behaviour

Sheffield Wednesday are reminding supporters of their conduct whilst following the team both at Hillsborough and away from home.

The launching of missiles from the stands, including pyrotechnics, are criminal offences to which the club has a zero tolerance policy.

Offensive or unlawful chanting could result in ejection from the stadium and further action from the club and/or relevant authorities.

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Overseas

Supporters overseas can watch the game live with enhanced multi-camera coverage for the 2019/20 season.

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Last meeting – 26 October 2019

Last five v Leeds

Owls 0-0 Leeds - 26 October 2019 - Championship
Leeds 1-0 Owls- 13 April 2019 - Championship
Owls 1-1 Leeds - 28 September 2018 – Championship
Leeds 1-2 Owls - 17 March 2018 – Championship
Owls 3-0 Leeds- 1 October 2017 - Championship

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Match Reports

Report: Leeds 0-2 Wednesday

11 January 2020

Wednesday turned in a disciplined, impressive all-round performance to beat league leaders Leeds 2-0 at Elland Road.

Late goals from Jacob Murphy and substitute Atdhe Nuhiu sealed a super win that was thoroughly deserved.

If the first half belonged to Leeds, Wednesday were superior for much of the second and the two-goal burst at the last capped a memorable White Rose derby.

As expected, the hosts came out of the traps with intent and bossed the ball through the early exchanges.

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The Owls were largely on the back foot but did show flashes of threat on the counter, as evidenced 15 minutes in when Adam Reach broke and looked for Murphy but Liam Cooper got the merest of touches to divert the danger.

And moments later Leeds came within a whisker of taking the lead. Calvin Phillips sent an accurate free kick right into the danger zone where Jack Harrison poked wide with all of the goal to aim for.

Patrick Bamford did have the ball in the net midway through the first half but a raised flag cut short the celebrations.

The impressive Harrison forced Cameron Dawson into a low diving save as Leeds mounted the pressure and Helder Costa might have done better moments before the half time whistle but fired high over the crossbar.

Bamford did the same just after the resumption following good work from Costa before the Owls hit back with Winnall inches away from Murphy’s cross at the back post.

Winnall shot over after a bout of Wednesday possession and as the second half progressed, the visitors grew more and more into the game.

With a resolute backline the foundation, the Owls kept Leeds at bay whilst launching breaks from which they looked dangerous.

And with the contest seemingly heading for a stalemate, Wednesday struck not once but twice at the last.

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First, Murphy was sent through on goal down the right side of the area by Nuhiu and unleashed a fierce drive that nestled in the bottom corner.

Then, deep into stoppage time, Reach pulled back for the advancing Nuhiu, who thundered high and beyond Kiko Casilla to put the game to bed.

Wednesday: Dawson, Urhoghide (Hutchinson 84), Iorfa, Börner, Fox, Murphy, Bannan, Lee, Luongo (Pelupessy 77), Reach, Winnall (Nuhiu 68)

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Leeds v Owls

24 December 2019

The Owls travel to Leeds on Saturday 11 January (3.00pm) in the Championship and ticket details are as follows:

SWFC have received the full allocation of 2,600 for this all-ticket fixture.

Ticket prices:

Adults: £39
Over 65s and 19-22: £26
16-18: £20
Under 16s: £18
Under 11s: £9*

*Please note Under 11 tickets must be purchased with an adult.

There are 12 wheelchair spaces priced at £26, under 16s are £18 with a free carer ticket.

SWFC have been allocated 24 ambulant disabled tickets in a designated area of the ground priced at £26, under 16s are £18 with a free carer ticket.

Further ambulant disabled tickets will be available from the standard allocation, also priced at the concessionary rate with a carer free of charge – please note, however, there are a number of steps to this section of the ground.

Inter City Owl - departs at 12.00pm and priced as follows;

Adults: £16
Children: £15

Tickets sale and priority point (TPP) details:

Friday 27 December (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 720 or more TPP

Friday 27 December (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 670 or more TPP

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

Saturday 28 December (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 570 or more TPP

Monday 30 December (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 520 or more TPP

Monday 30 December (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 470 or more TPP

Tuesday 31 December (9.00am): Season Ticket holders

Thursday 2 January (9.00am): Owls Members and Owls Foundation Members

Thursday 2 January (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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