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16 November 2021 Venue Home Park Attendance

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Match preview: Plymouth v Wednesday

16 November 2021

The Owls head to Home Park this evening for the Emirates FA Cup first round replay with Plymouth.

Nine days ago, Wednesday and Argyle drew 0-0 at Hillsborough in front of the live ITV cameras to force a replay in Devon.

The winners of tonight’s cup clash will travel to either Notts County or Rochdale in the second round.



- Wednesday are unbeaten in ten in all competitions heading to Home Park

- Plymouth have one defeat in 15 in all competitions and are undefeated in League One since the opening day of the season

- The Owls are unbeaten on the road since facing Plymouth on 11 September

- Argyle remain undefeated on home soil in the league this season and just one defeat at Home Park in all competitions, going down 3-1 against Swindon in the Papa John’s Trophy

- Plymouth’s best FA Cup campaign came in 1983/84 when they reached the semi finals

- Wednesday have won the FA Cup three times (1895/96, 1906/07, 1934/35)


Date: Tuesday 16 November
Kick-off: 7.45pm
Emirates FA Cup, first round replay
Home Park



Referee - Christopher Sarginson
Assistant referee - Samuel Ogles
Assistant referee - Daniel Robinson
Fourth official - Brett Huxtable


Live match commentary will be provided by iFollow in association with BBC Radio Sheffield.

Due to competition regulations, there will be no iFollow stream of this fixture.

Audio match passes are available priced £2.50.


The Owls have sold just over 1,000 tickets for tonight’s game.

Tickets will now be available for fans to purchase on the night from the away ticket booth, located outside the away turnstiles. There is no increase in ticket prices for purchasing at the stadium.

Ticket collections will also be from the away ticket booth.


The hashtag for our content relative to tonight’s game is #PLYSHW

Our official Twitter account @swfc will provide a blow-by-blow text update of the game as well as all key match information, including team news at 6.45pm.

Our official Instagram @swfcofficial will also keep you up to date on the latest events and content uploaded to the story throughout the matchday!

The key news will also be uploaded to our Facebook page HERE.


Owls: Lee Gregory (calf) and Jack Hunt (fractured hand) will miss out tonight at Home Park.


Dominic Iorfa and Sam Hutchinson remain on the sidelines.

George Byers and Massimo Luongo are fit and available for selection.

Bailey Peacock-Farrell represented Northern Ireland on Monday evening in the 0-0 draw with Italy at Windsor Park, so Joe Wildsmith is likely to resume in goal.

Plymouth: Luke Jephcott and Brendan Galloway are away on international duty.

Ex-Owl Danny Mayor (illness) will be assessed after missing Argyle’s trip to Accrington on Saturday.

FORM GUIDE (in all competitions)

Plymouth: DWDDW


7 Nov 2021 | Owls 0-0 Plymouth | FA Cup
11 Sept 2021 | Plymouth 3-0 Owls | League One
5 March 2011 | Owls 2-4 Plymouth | League One
18 Sept 2010 | Plymouth 3-2 Owls | League One
30 Jan 2010 | Owls 2-1 Plymouth | Championship

Fans are reminded of their conduct during all home and away fixtures HERE.

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Match Reports

Report: Plymouth 3-0 Owls

16 November 2021

Wednesday exited the FA Cup as Plymouth advanced to round two at the second attempt on Tuesday night.

The first contest at Hillsborough ended in a stalemate but the Pilgrims took control on the South Coast in the replay, emerging 3-0 winners.

The bulk of the damage was done in the opening period as Jordon Garrick and Ryan Hardie laid the foundation for victory.

And Garrick extinguished any doubts in the second half to complete his brace and earn his side a route to round two.

After a routine start, the cup-tie sparked into life 10 minutes in, with chances at both ends.

The Owls were first to show when Florian Kamberi, on the half volley, forced a fine save from Michael Cooper.


The Pilgrims motored straight upfield, where Chey Dunkley’s perfectly timed challenge thwarted James Wilson as the defender pulled the trigger on the edge of the area.

Back came Wednesday and the merest of deflections from the head of Dan Scarr was enough to send Jaden Brown’s fierce, goalbound effort off target.

But despite their enterprise, the Owls fell behind on 20 minutes. Following a swift counter, Hardie found Garrick in space 18 yards out and the finish was emphatic into the far corner.

There was a further blow as Dennis Adeniran hobbled out of the action and moments later Joe Wildsmith beat out a rasping drive from Conor Grant.

But Wildsmith could do little 10 minutes before the break as Argyle doubled their lead, Hardie pouncing on a loose ball to charge into the box and plant into the back of the net off the far post.


The busy Owls keeper kept out a rising hit from Grant and likewise Cooper from Kamberi just before the break, after which Wednesday faced an uphill battle.

And Wednesday gave as good as they got, probably shading the early exchanges after the restart.

But that counted for little on 67 minutes as Garrick, taking a long ball into his stride down the left, put the tie to bed.

Wildsmith came out to smother but had his pocket picked right on the edge of the area by the lively Garrick, who curled into the unguarded goal.

Plymouth were still hungry for more and an outstanding Wildsmith save, low to his left from substitute Kieran Agard, denied the hosts a fourth.

That would have been harsh on Wednesday, who did have their moments, but the Pilgrims were clinical overall and good value for the win.

Wednesday: Wildsmith, Adeniran (Sow 28), Paterson, Dunkley, Palmer, Brown, Dele-Bashiru, Bannan (Luongo 74), Wing, Kamberi (Shodipo 74) Berahino (Corbeanu 59)

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Plymouth v Wednesday

10 November 2021

The Owls travel to Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday 16 November (7.45pm) in The Emirates FA Cup First Round replay and ticket details are as follows:

We have an initial allocation of 1,094 tickets. Please note there is no pay on the day option available.

Ticket Prices:

Adults - £10                 

65 & Over - £5

Under 23s - £5

There are seven wheelchair spaces available, priced in line with the relevant category above, plus a carer free of charge.

Inter City Owl

SWFC are running one official travel coach - the pick-up points are from Hillsborough and Flat Street, departing at 11.00am and priced;

Adults: £53

Children: £52

Ticket sale details:

Please note tickets are currently available for online purchase only, supporters will be updated as to when in-person purchases can be made in the Owls Ticket Office.

Now: Season Ticket holders

Thursday 11 November at 12.00pm: Members and Owls Foundation Members

Thursday 11 November at 2.00pm: General sale

Tickets can be purchased via the Sheffield Wednesday Online Shop or by telephone on 03700 201867 (Option 1, £2 booking fee per ticket).

Supporters who attend this game and purchase in advance will receive 10 Ticket Priority Points.

Ticket Priority points accrued for the 2019/20 season remain on supporters' accounts, as well as 2020/21 Season Tickets and Club 1867 Members.

Please note that for certain away games, including this fixture, fans can choose the row and seat numbers when booking online.

We are unable to group seperate bookings from different sale phases together.

Supporters must log in before purchase and note the game will only show as available to buy with the relevant amount of Ticket Priority Points. This can be found under the personal details tab.

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