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Match preview: West Brom v Wednesday

22 November 2019

The Owls return to Championship action after the recent international break with a trip to The Hawthorns on Saturday.

West Brom lead the way in the second tier, topping the table with nine wins from their 16 games and just one defeat.

The Baggies have 33 points and are unbeaten on home soil in the Championship so far this season.

Wednesday head into the weekend eight points behind West Brom and sit eighth in the table.

Garry Monk’s side have lost just one of their last six outings.

The Owls’ last picked up three points at The Hawthorns in April 2007 when Deon Burton’s 59th minute goal settled the game.

Team news

SWFC: Wednesday have no injury concerns ahead of the weekend.

Julian Börner, Massimo Luongo and Sam Hutchinson are back available.


Atdhe Nuhiu and Liam Palmer have returned from international duty in good shape.

Joe Wildsmith remains sidelined but is making good progress on his return to fitness and is in full training at Middlewood Road.


WBA: Slaven Bilic has several team selection issues to consider.

Nathan Ferguson will serve the final game of his three-match ban.

Midfield duo Romaine Sawyers and Jake Livermore are both suspended for one game due to an accumulation of yellow cards.

Gareth Barry and Kieran Gibbs could return after struggling with injury before the international break.

Championship form


Video preview – Barry Bannan



The Owls’ allocation for the trip to West Brom has sold out and the boys will be backed by 2,000 Wednesdayites.

Going to the game?

Wednesday fans should be aware that once inside the stadium, kiosks at the Hawthorns are card only.



West Midlands Railway will be operating a reduced timetable on Saturdays throughout November and December.

Fans travelling to this weekend’s game are encouraged to use alternative options where possible.

Should supporters choose to travel by train, please allow up to three hours as stations and services are expected to be extremely busy.


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.



Wednesdayites can access every minute of the Owls’ first team games in all competitions, home and away.

This weekend, iFollow commentary will be from Rob O’Neill and John Pearson.


For overseas fans, subscribers can watch the full game with enhanced production for the 2019/20 season including four-camera coverage, match commentary and graphics.

Match passes for this service are priced at £5.


Last five v West Brom

WBA 1-1 Owls – 29 Dec 2018 – Championship (pictured)
Owls 2-2 WBA – 3 Oct 2018 – Championship
WBA 1-0 Owls – 9 Mar 2010 – Championship
Owls 0-4 WBA – 28 Nov 2009 – Championship
Owls 0-1 WBA – 4 Mar 2008 – Championship


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Match Reports

Report: West Brom 2-1 Wednesday

23 November 2019

Wednesday turned in a spirited performance at league leaders West Brom but were hit by last-gasp frustration once more.

For the third successive game the Owls conceded in the dying embers and to compound matters Liam Palmer was sent off deep into injury time.

Steven Fletcher’s second half penalty cancelled out Hal Robson-Kanu’s early opener and it seemed the points would be shared.

But the Baggies were also awarded a spot-kick with just three minutes to go and substitute Charlie Austin duly converted from 12 yards before Palmer’s dismissal.

Overall it was harsh on the Owls, who started both halves well, but couldn’t get the goals their dominance at times deserved.

Wednesday almost profited from their first attack inside two minutes when Jacob Murphy broke down the left channel but his cross had just too much for the onrushing Fletcher.

Kadeem Harris motored upfield moments later and went close with an angled drive before Julian Börner saw a curling effort deflected wide.


It was an encouraging start by the Owls but counted for little as the Baggies took the lead on nine minutes against the run of play.

Matheus Pereira threaded a quality feed down the middle to Robson-Kanu and the Welshman calmly slotted past the advancing Keiren Westwood.

The goal proved a watershed moment in the first half, calming the home crowd, which transpired to the pitch as Albion took a grip on the game.

Comfortable in possession and threatening in attack, the hosts were in the box seat and Wednesday were limited to sporadic counters.

The start of the second period mirrored the first, though, as the Owls regained their composure and wrestled control.

Harris and Murphy had glimpses of goal before they forged the breakthrough on 57 minutes.

Filip Krovinovic was adjudged to have tripped Kieran Lee in the area and up stepped Fletcher to slam past Sam Johnstone and restore parity from the spot.


Wednesday had their tails up and Morgan Fox brushed the top of the crossbar from a Barry Bannan set piece – Lee had a snapshot blocked at the last from the next attack.

The Owls pushed and probed through the closing stages, prompting more frustration from the Hawthorns crowd.

Dominic Iorfa and Adam Reach each had shots charged down as West Brom were pinned back but the hosts dramatically hit back to snatch victory.

After Austin’s header came back off the post, Westwood then tangled with Krovinovic on the corner of the area and the referee pointed to the spot.

Austin drilled hard and low to seal the points for Albion, who remain at the summit.

Still there was time for more Wednesday woe as Palmer saw red for a late tackle on Grady Diangana and a miserable afternoon in the Midlands was complete.

Wednesday: Westwood, Palmer (S/O 90), Iorfa, Börner, Fox, Harris (Reach 58), Lee (Luongo 70), Hutchinson (Nuhiu 89), Bannan, Murphy, Fletcher

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Ticket News

West Brom allocation sold out

5 November 2019

The Owls’ allocation for the trip to West Brom later this month has sold out.

Wednesday head to The Hawthorns on Saturday 23 November (3pm) and will be backed by 2,000 Owls fans.

Supporters can request to go on the reserve list by emailing with an ID number, Ticket Priority Points total and daytime contact number.

Thank you for your support!

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