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Match preview: Owls v WBA

1 July 2020

After taking four points from six since the restart, the Owls will be looking to maintain their positive resumption this evening at Hillsborough when they host West Brom.

Wednesday got back to action with a 1-1 draw at home to Nottingham Forest before turning in an impressive display on the road against Bristol City on Sunday, where they scooped all three points with a 2-1 win.

For the Baggies, a 0-0 draw with Birmingham and 1-0 defeat to in-form Brentford has left Slaven Bilic’s side four points off league leaders Leeds and two points ahead of the third-placed Bees.

Here’s what you need to know ahead of the game in our detailed match preview:


- Date: Wednesday, July 1st 2020
- Kick-off, 7.45pm
- Sky Bet Championship
- Hillsborough


Sheffield Wednesday are encouraging supporters to stay away and tune in to all remaining 2019/20 matches from home with fans given unprecedented access to live games on Sky Sports and iFollow.

For non-Season Ticket holders, iFollow will be live streaming the remaining fixtures of the 2019/20 campaign with the exception of those selected for Sky Sports coverage.

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Tonight’s clash with West Brom will be broadcast live on iFollow and match passes are available by CLICKING HERE, priced at £10.

For Season Ticket holders who have selected the iFollow bundle, ALL remaining fixtures of the campaign will be streamed on iFollow, including those selected for live Sky Sports broadcast.



The number of substitutes used during a match which will increase from three to five players, with the matchday squad increasing to 20.

• Each team will have a maximum of three opportunities to make substitutions

• If both teams make a substitution at the same time, this will count as one of the three opportunities for each team.

• In a normal 90 minute fixture, once all three opportunities have been used, no further substitutions can be made.

Walkout protocol

• Players and match official entry will be staggered onto the pitch.

• There will be no handshakes. Players to take up on pitch positions in the same half as they warmed up ready for kick off.


The Owls are reminding supporters that the Ticket Office, Megastore and Meadowhall store remain closed until further notice.


SWFC: Julian Börner was withdrawn at half time after suffering a dead leg at Ashton Gate on Sunday.

The defender is expected to be fit in time to feature at Hillsborough.

Loan players Alessio Da Cruz, Jacob Murphy, Josh Windass and Connor Wickham have all extended their deals until the end of the season.


Windass (thigh) is unlikely to be available this evening after picking up a minor injury in training.

West Brom: The Baggies have reported no fresh injury concerns from their 1-0 defeat against promotion rivals Brentford last Friday.

But Bilic has hinted that he may make changes given the hectic fixture schedule.


West Brom: LLDDL

LAST MEETING – 23 November 2019


West Brom 2-1 Owls – 23 November 2019 - Championship
West Brom 1-1 Owls - 29 December 2018 - Championship
Owls 2-2 West Brom – 3 October 2018 – Championship
West Brom 1-0 Owls - 9 March 2010 – Championship
Owls 0-4 West Brom - 28 November 2009 – Championship

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Match Reports

Report: Wednesday 0-3 West Brom

1 July 2020

The Owls’ impressive return to Championship duty was halted by West Brom, who emerged 3-0 winners at Hillsborough.

Charlie Austin opened the scoring against the run of play in the first half and Matheus Pereira netted twice after the break as the Baggies went through the gears.

Kadeem Harris hit the woodwork but the overall task was too great and the Baggies moved another step towards the Premier League.

Wednesday did kick off on the front foot, with Jordan Rhodes inches away from getting a connection on Jacob Murphy’s clever cross.

Murphy swung over a deep corner moments later and the in-form Connor Wickham nodded into the side netting.

Adam Reach was up next, firing a fierce effort narrowly wide as the Owls continued an encouraging start against the promotion hopefuls.


But the Midlanders are not challenging without reason and flexed their elevation credentials on 38 minutes.

Moses Odubajo tangled with Dara O’Shea in the area, the referee pointed to the spot, and Austin stepped up to send Joe Wildsmith the wrong way.

It was harsh on Wednesday, who looked by far the more likely, but it could have been 2-0 a minute before the break when Rekeem Harper unleashed from distance inches over the bar.

But in the second half, the visitors upped the ante and showed exactly why they have taken residence in the top two.

Controlling the game from midfield, West Brom probed consistently and the sense a second goal was coming rang true on 58 minutes.

Kieran Gibbs delivered a teasing cross right into the danger zone and the advancing Pereira glanced into the top corner.


But the Owls regrouped and came within a whisker of halving the deficit four minutes later. Harris hit a whistling drive from 25 yards that beat Sam Johnstone all ends up but the post came to the keeper’s rescue.

Wickham then saw a snapshot fly past the upright before Wildsmith was off his line sharply to thwart Kamil Grosicki at close quarters.

Grosicki was denied by Odubajo’s brave block in the latter stages but the Baggies would not be denied a third strike.

A loose ball landed kindly in the path of Pereira, who made no mistake with a low drive that flew into the roof of the net via Wildsmith’s outstretched foot.

Wednesday: Wildsmith, Palmer, Iorfa, Odubajo, Harris, Reach (Lee 62), Luongo (Nuhiu 62), Bannan (Hunt 86), Murphy, Wickham, Rhodes (Da Cruz 46)

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Ticket details: Owls v West Brom

20 February 2020

Owls v West Brom
Saturday 21 March 2020 – (3.00pm)

Tickets for this Category D fixture start from £28 for Adult Owls Members and £5 for Under 11 Members on the Kop.

Tickets are on sale to Season Ticket holders and Owls Members and will go on general sale from Monday 2 March.

Tickets are available to purchase in person at the Ticket Office, by telephone on 03700 201867 (Option 1, £2 booking fee per ticket) or online at


Kop Members Non Members
Adult £28 £33
Senior/under 21 £18 £23
Student/armed forces £23 £33
Juniors under 17 £10 £15
Juniors under 11 £5 £10
Junior under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5


North/Grandstand Members Non Members
Adult £31 £36
Senior/under 21 £21 £26
Student/armed forces £26 £36
Juniors under 17 £10 £15
Juniors under 11 £5 £10
Junior under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5


South Members Non Members
Adult £34 £39
Senior/under 21 £24 £29
Student/armed forces £29 £39
Juniors under 17 £10 £15
Juniors under 11 £5 £10
Junior under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5

Supporters who attend this game and purchase their tickets in advance under their own ID number will receive 10 Ticket Priority Points.

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