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Match Previews

Match preview: Bristol City v Owls

27 June 2020

The Owls are back on the road in the Championship for the first time since the restart and head to Bristol City for the Sunday lunchtime kick-off.

Garry Monk was pleased by last weekend’s positive performance by his side in the 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest.

A point was the very least Wednesday deserved on Saturday as Connor Wickham’s first goal during his current loan stint salvaged the draw in stoppage time.

For the Robins, the restart brought about a 3-1 defeat away at Blackburn.

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


- Date: Sunday, June 28th 2020
- Kick-off, 12pm
- Sky Bet Championship
- Ashton Gate



Season Ticket holders are reminded that there is still time to secure your iFollow live stream pass for the Owls’ trip to Bristol City on Sunday.

CLICK HERE to visit our new ticketing website and select the iFollow bundle for the remaining eight games this season, beginning with the Robins clash.

Supporters are reminded that because this game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, single match passes are not on sale.



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.


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


SWFC: Sheffield Wednesday are in good shape ahead of the trip to Ashton Gate.

Josh Windass is the only injury concern but Monk issued a positive update on the loanee in terms of his rehabilitation on Friday, with the midfielder expected to make a speedy return to action.


Elsewhere, Steven Fletcher, Morgan Fox and Fernando Forestieri remain eligible to feature before the expiration of their contracts.

Though Fletcher has not trained this week after picking up an injury on Saturday and is therefore unlikely to figure.

Bristol City: Defender Pedro Pereira (thigh) has been ruled out for four weeks.


Ex-Owl Jack Hunt is likely to get the nod in the City backline.


Bristol City: LLDDL


Steven Fletcher: 13 goals
Famara Diédhiou: 12 goals

LAST MEETING – 22 December 2019


Owls 1-0 Bristol City - 22 December 2019 - Championship
Owls 2-0 Bristol City - 22 April 2019 - Championship
Bristol 1-2 Owls – 7 October 2018 – Championship
Bristol City 4-0 Owls - 3 March 2018 – Championship
Owls 0-0 Bristol City - 18 November 2017 – Championship

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Match Reports

Report: Bristol City 1-2 Wednesday

28 June 2020

Goals either side of half time from Connor Wickham and Massimo Luongo ensured a welcome win at Bristol City on Sunday.

Victory was well deserved too as Garry Monk’s men absorbed most of what the Robins could muster up front while showing a far more ruthless nature themselves.

Indeed, the Owls impressed in all areas to continue their much-improved pedigree since the Championship resumption.

Nahki Wells did halve the deficit but that was as good as it got for City, who suffered their second successive defeat.

A lively start in the Ashton Gate sun saw a flurry of corners at either end, one of which almost spawned the opening goal.


Jay Dasilva picked out Nathan Baker at the back post and the defender’s powerful header was arrowing towards the Owls' goal before Joe Wildsmith saved acrobatically.

Another corner followed, this time for the Owls, and this time they took the lead on 13 minutes.

Jacob Murphy’s delivery was accurate and the unmarked Wickham glanced emphatically past Niki Maenpaa.

The contest settled into an even affair following Wickham’s strike, with much of the possession in the middle of the park.

Ex-Owls loanee Benik Afobe looked threatening for the hosts but was marshalled well by a stern Wednesday backline.


Chances were at a premium overall and the dying embers of the first half saw a rare opportunity from close range that Jordan Rhodes hit at Maenpaa, who parried wide.

The Owls started the second period in the box seat, with Kadeem Harris sending a sighter that just curled past the far post.

City responded swiftly, though, and a superbly timed block tackle from Liam Palmer thwarted Wells as the hitman pulled the trigger.

Back the ball went to the other and Maenpaa had to be alert to stretch and deny Murphy who chanced his arm from distance.

But the Owls pressed and promptly doubled their lead on the hour. Murphy’s corner caused problems in the area and Luongo spun on his heels to sweep past Maenpaa.


Wickham could have made the game safe immediately after the restart but scuffed a Luongo feed wide and Wednesday were made to pay on 69 minutes.

Wildsmith did exceptionally well to keep out a thumping Baker header but could do nothing to prevent Wells nodding home the rebound.

The Owls introduced three substitutions to steady the ship and the move had the desired effect as City struggled to build on their goal.

Wednesday forced the hosts back to dictated play through the closing stages – City were left frustrated as the Owls posted three merited points.

Wednesday: Wildsmith, Iorfa, Börner (Fox 46), Palmer, Murphy (Odubajo 75), Bannan, Lee, Luongo (Pelupessy 75), Harris, Wickham (Nuhiu 82), Rhodes (Da Cruz 61)

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Bristol City v Owls

28 February 2020

The Owls travel to Bristol City on Tuesday 17 March (7.45pm) in the Sky Bet Championship and ticket details are as follows:

SWFC have an initial allocation of 1,536 for this all-ticket fixture.

Ticket Prices:

Adults: £27
65 and over: £24
Under 25: £24
Under 22: £21
Under 19: £15
Under 12: £10

There are 10 wheelchair spaces which are priced at the relevant age band above plus a carer free of charge.

Inter City Owl – departs at 1.30pm and prices are as follows:

Adults: £38
Children: £37

Tickets sale and Priority Point (TPP) details:

Monday 2 March (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 750 or more Ticket Priority Points

Monday 2 March (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 700 or more Ticket Priority Points

Tuesday 3 March (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 650 or more Ticket Priority Points

Tuesday 3 March (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 600 or more Ticket Priority Points

Wednesday 4 March (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 550 or more Ticket Priority Points

Wednesday 4 March (2.00pm): Season Ticket holders with 500 or more Ticket Priority Points

Thursday 5 March (9.00am): Season Ticket holders with 460 or more Ticket Priority Points

Thursday 5 March (2.00pm): All Season Ticket holders

Friday 6 March (9.00am): All Owls Members and Owls Foundation Members

Friday 6 March (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 20 1867 (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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