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30 November 2019 Venue The Valley Attendance

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Match Previews

Match preview: Charlton v Wednesday

29 November 2019

It’s an early kick-off for the Owls at Charlton on Saturday lunchtime (12.30pm).

Wednesday head to the capital for their first clash at The Valley since November 2015.

The Addicks have suffered a dip in form since mid-October and are winless in six.

Meanwhile, the Owls will be looking to return to winning ways after drawing three of their last five, while suffering defeats on the trips to Blackburn and West Brom.

Wednesday (10th) head into the game three points ahead of Charlton (17th).

Team news

SWFC: Julian Börner picked up his fifth booking of the season in midweek and now serves a one-match suspension.

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Captain Tom Lees will come back into the starting XI.

Liam Palmer remains unavailable through suspension - the trip to Charlton will be the second of the full back’s three-game ban.

Cameron Dawson is likely to keep his place in the Owls goal.

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Charlton: The Addicks have somewhat of an injury crisis with as many as 13 first team players missing for the clash with Wednesday.

Erhun Oztumer (foot) is the only player who could potentially return after missing the midweek 2-1 defeat at Luton.

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The likes of Jonny Williams, Sam Field, Jake Forster-Caskey, Josh Cullen, George Lapslie and Lyle Taylor are sidelined.

Conor Gallagher is suspended.

Championship form

Owls: DLDLD
Charlton: DLLDL

Tickets

Tickets are on sale from the Owls Ticket Office until 3.00pm on Friday.

Supporters can buy their tickets on the matchday from The Valley’s cash only South Stand Ticket Office – certain ticket categories are subject to a price rise on the day of the game.

More details HERE.

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Safety

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 and the club have a zero-tolerance policy to these.

iFollow

Due to broadcast restrictions, the game will not be available on iFollow for overseas subscribers to stream.

For this fixture in the capital, iFollow commentary will be provided by BBC Radio Sheffield.

Last five v Charlton

Owls 3-0 Charlton – 19 March 2016 – Championship (pictured)
Charlton 3-1 Owls – 7 November 2015 – Championship
Owls 1-1 Charlton – 11 April 2015 – Championship
Charlton 1-1 Owls – 1 November 2014 – Championship
Owls 2-3 Charlton – 21 April 2014 – Championship

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Match Reports

Report: Charlton 1-3 Wednesday

30 November 2019

Steven Fletcher’s brace and an Atdhe Nuhiu strike gave Wednesday a thoroughly deserved win at Charlton.

Fletcher struck first before Macaulay Bonne equalised but a late Owls flurry spawned two more goals, another for Fletcher with Nuhiu putting the contest to bed.

It was a good all-round show from Wednesday, who had the ball in the net inside five minutes when Nuhiu glanced a Fernando Forestieri free kick home but an offside flag cut short the celebrations.

Forestieri then had a go himself from range only to see his daisycutter fizz the wrong side of the post.

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There was no margin for error, though, on 17 minutes as Wednesday hit the front.

Barry Bannan delivered a first class cross into the box and Fletcher expertly directed his header into the far corner.

The Owls pushed forward having seized the advantage and it could and should have been 2-0 on 25 minutes.

Dillon Phillips produced a super save to keep out Fletcher’s header and Forestieri somehow scooped the rebound over the bar from inside the six-yard box.

And Wednesday were made to pay for that profligacy as the Addicks equalised a small matter of 75 seconds later.

Alfie Doughty centred for Bonne and the young striker saw his scuffed shot bobble in with the aid of a deflection off the unfortunate Tom Lees.

The Owls regrouped, promptly regained their composure and looked the more likely with half time approaching.

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And Charlton had Phillips to thank for going down the tunnel on level terms when the keeper darted off his line to thwart the onrushing Bannan.

Wednesday started the second period with intent and again it was Phillips to the rescue, once more denying Bannan, this time throwing himself to his right to parry round the post.

The visitors then went on to assume more control, limiting the Londoners to rare counters, but they needed another breakthrough.

Pressure came from both flanks and Harris was inches away on 65 minutes, thwarted by Phillips’ diving save after cutting in on the angle.

Harris curled inches wide from the Owls’ next attack as Charlton were pinned back in their own half.

And Wednesday got their reward with 11 minutes to go from the penalty spot. Erhum Oztumer tripped Jacob Murphy down the right and up stepped Fletcher to double his tally.

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The Addicks launched a late rally and ex-Owls loanee Deji Oshilija went close from distance but Garry Monk’s men made the game safe in stoppage time.

Adam Reach delivered the perfect cross onto the head of Nuhiu, who made no mistake with an emphatic finish in front of the travelling hordes.

Wednesday: Dawson, Odubajo, Lees, Iorfa, Fox, Harris (Reach 80), Hutchinson (Luongo 77), Bannan, Forestieri (Murphy 46), Fletcher, Nuhiu

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Ticket News

Charlton ticket update

29 November 2019

The Owls are back on the road on Saturday for the lunchtime kick-off at The Valley.

Tickets are on sale from the Owls Ticket Office until 3.00pm on Friday.

Supporters can buy their tickets on the matchday from The Valley’s cash only South Stand Ticket Office.

Prices on the day of the game are as follows;

Adults: £27
Over 65: £22
Under 21: £22
Student: £18
Under 18: £12
Under 11: £5

Pre-paid tickets and duplicates can also be collected from the South Stand Ticket Office.

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