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01 October 2019 Venue KCOM Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews

Match preview: Hull v Wednesday

1 October 2019

The Owls will be looking to make it four consecutive victories on the road in all competitions this evening when they travel to Hull.

Wednesday’s previous three games away from home have finished as follows; Rotherham 0-1 Owls (Carabao Cup), Huddersfield 0-2 Owls (Championship) and Middlesbrough 1-4 Owls (Championship).

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Victory over Boro on Saturday saw the Owls climb to seventh spot in the division.

Hull head into the game in 16th and are unbeaten in four in the Championship, with one win and three draws.

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The Tigers have drawn their previous two home fixtures 2-2 (v Wigan and Cardiff).

Team news

SWFC: Captain Tom Lees (hamstring) will be assessed ahead of the game.

Sam Hutchinson was withdrawn in the first half against Boro on Saturday as a precautionary measure after picking up a knock.

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Fernando Forestieri serves the fifth game of his six-match ban.

Hull: Matthew Pennington and Stephen Kingsley are expected to return this evening.

Callum Elder (calf) is set to miss out against the Owls.

Championship form

Hull: LDDWD
Owls: LLWDW

Supporters

Supporters can pay on the night at the KCOM Stadium.

Tickets will be available to purchase two hours before kick-off from the Pitchside Bar (cash only).

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Supporters who have purchased tickets online and are due to collect this evening can also do so from the Pitchside Bar.

Parking

Owls supporters travelling by car should note that the Walton Street car park adjacent to the KCOM Stadium will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians.

Preparations for Hull Fair 2019 mean access to the car park is prohibited in the interest of public safety.

There are alternative pedestrian routes into the KCOM Stadium via the West Park gates on Walton Street, the pathway from Anlaby Road and the pedestrian footbridges from Londesborough Street.

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

UK - Wednesdayites can watch the game on iFollow with four-camera coverage and match commentary with Rob O’Neill and John Pearson!

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Video match passes are available to UK-based supporters for £10 and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE.

INTERNATIONAL

For overseas fans, subscribers can also watch the full game! Season passes for this service are priced at £130 or £5 per match pass.

SUBSCRIBE TO IFOLLOW HERE

Last five v Hull

Hull 3-0 Owls – 12 Jan 2019 – Championship
Owls 1-1 Hull – 11 Aug 2018 – Championship
Hull 0-1 Owls – 14 April 2018 – Championship (pictured)
Owls 2-2 Hull – 2 Dec 2017 – Championship
Hull 1-0 Owls – 28 May 2016 – Championship play-off

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Match Reports

Report: Hull 1-0 Wednesday

1 October 2019

Tom Eaves’ maiden goal for Hull settled this low-key contest with Wednesday on a rainy evening at the KC Stadium.

The young striker climbed from the bench in the second half to give the Tigers victory from a game of few opportunities.

The hosts converted one of the few created as the Owls suffered their first Championship defeat under Garry Monk.

The Owls started brightly enough, with Barry Bannan’s effort from distance heading into the bottom corner until diving intervention from George Long.

An exchange of dangerous crosses followed without troubling the goalkeepers before both sides went close inside a minute.

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First Atdhe Nuhiu’s drive was bravely blocked by Jordy de Wijs, then Jarrod Bowen unleashed a low effort that whistled past the post.

Kamil Grosicki played a clever give and go with Jackson Irvine on 40 minutes to feed Bowen but Sam Hutchinson was in the right place at the right time to hoof clear.

Much of the possession remained in midfield amid a subdued atmosphere on Humberside, which perhaps contributed to a first half low on real talking points.

Eight minutes into the second period, though, Sam Winnall almost provided a welcome boost, glancing an accurate cross from Moses Odubajo inches the wrong side of Long’s near post.

The Owls introduced Jacob Murphy and Jordan Rhodes from the bench but it was Adam Reach who called Long into action on 68 minutes with a dipping volley that the Tigers keeper did well to hold.

Then, three minutes later, came the decisive moment of the game and it went the way of the Tigers.

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De Wijs swung over a super cross from the right that evaded the Owls’ backline and Eaves headed firmly across Keiren Westwood and in.

That triggered a grandstand finish from Wednesday and with seven minutes to go, controversy unfolded.

Murphy was tripped by Eric Lichaj and the Newcastle loanee was certain that contact came inside the box.

But the referee deemed otherwise and gave a free kick right on the edge that came to nothing.

Westwood thwarted the advancing Grosicki with five minutes to go and a second goal would have been hard on the Owls, who did carve a decent chance at the death but Reach’s shot that flew over the bar summed up a frustrating night for Monk’s men.

Wednesday: Westwood, Odubajo, Borner, Iorfa, Palmer, Reach, Bannan, Hutchinson (Lee 78), Harris (Murphy 59), Nuhiu, Winnall (Rhodes 68)

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Ticket News

Pay on the day at Hull

1 October 2019

Wednesday face Hull City this evening in the Sky Bet Championship and supporters can pay on the night at the KCOM Stadium.

Tickets will be available to purchase two hours before kick-off from the Pitchside Bar (cash only).

Supporters who have purchased tickets online and are due to collect this evening can also do so from the Pitchside Bar.

There will be no increase in price for purchasing tickets on the night;

North Stand prices:

Adults: £33
65 and over, 16-22 years, under-16s: £19.50

All under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

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