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Match preview: Owls v MK Dons

23 November 2021

Wednesday return to S6 this evening for the League One clash with MK Dons.

It’s two sides in solid league form going head-to-head at Hillsborough, with tonight’s visitors having won four of their last five and Wednesday unbeaten in eight and two wins from three.

The Owls will be striving to make it back-to-back wins which would see a jump back into the top six this evening.

PRE-MATCH STATS

- Florian Kamberi’s goal on Saturday at Accrington was the 50th Owls goal under manager Darren Moore
- Only Rotherham can better Wednesday’s current unbeaten run of eight games
- MK Dons’ winning streak of three matches is the current best in League One
- Tonight’s visitors are unbeaten in their last five games v the Owls
- The Owls are unbeaten in the last six home games v MK Dons

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MATCH DETAILS

Date: Tuesday 23 November
Kick-off: 7.45pm
League One
Hillsborough

OFFICIALS

Referee - Robert Madley
Assistant Referee - Wayne Grunnill
Assistant Referee - Lewis Raper
Fourth Official - Garreth Rhodes

CHIRSTMAS LIGHT SWITCH-ON

With the festive period fast approaching, we are switching on the S6 Christmas lights tonight!

Dennis Adeniran and Sam Hutchinson will be joining in the fun, led by stadium announcer Shaun Leigh and club chaplain Baz Gascoigne.

The evening also coincides with Hallam FM and Cash 4 Kids’ Mission Christmas launch, during which a range of drop-off sites for toys and gifts

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MEAL DEAL

Following the Hillsborough light up, a turnstile on each stand will open earlier than usual at 6:00pm to allow supporters inside the ground for refreshments.

The concourses will offer meal deal options for everyone who makes their purchase before 6.45pm.

AWAY FANS

MK Dons have sold just over 300 tickets.

LIVE BROADCAST

The match will be streamed live exclusively on iFollow with match commentary from Rob O’Neill and John Pearson.

As a designated midweek fixture, supporters in the UK and overseas can purchase a live match pass, priced £10.

Match passes are available by CLICKING HERE.

SOCIAL MEDIA

The hashtag for our content relative to Saturday’s game is #SHWMKD

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.

TEAM NEWS

Owls: Wednesday have no fresh injury concerns from the win over Accrington on Saturday.

Lee Gregory made his return from a calf injury at the weekend and came on with just under half an hour remaining.

Likewise, Josh Windass (hamstring) is yet to feature this season but was named on the bench at the Wham Stadium and could well be involved tonight.

Nathaniel Mendez-Laing is eligible to make his debut, Marvin Johnson (hamstring) will be assessed, while Dennis Adeniran, Sam Hutchinson and Dominic Iorfa will miss out.

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MK Dons: The visitors will welcome back Harry Darling from suspension, while striker Charlie Brown is back from injury

Midfielder Ethan Robson picked up a knock in the club’s 2-1 defeat to Stevenage in the FA Cup and will not be risked at Hillsborough.

It remains to be seen whether Troy Parrott (Covid-19 protocols) or Tennai Watson (illness) can return.

LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

Owls: DDWDW
MK Dons: WLWWW

LAST FIVE MEETINGS

19 April 2016 | Owls 0-0 MK Dons | Championship
15 Dec 2015 | MK Dons 2-1 Owls | Championship
15 Jan 2013 | MK Dons 2-0 Owls | FA Cup
5 Jan 2013 | Owls 0-0 MK Dons | FA Cup
31 Jan 2012 | MK Dons 1-1 Owls | League One

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

Hillsborough is an all-seater stadium and supporters are urged to remain seated and keep gangways clear at all times.

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Match Reports

Report: Wednesday 2-1 MK Dons

23 November 2021

Wednesday came from behind in dramatic style to beat MK Dons and banish an unwanted statistic along the way.

Almost two years have passed since the Owls have fought back from a deficit to post three points.

But a ‘Roy of the Rovers’ intervention from Josh Windass ensured his side did exactly that.

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Trailing to a wonder goal from Scott Twine, Wednesday introduced Windass from the bench for his first appearance of the season following a summer injury.

And Windass showed just how much he has missed the action and his team have missed him with an assist followed by a stoppage time winner.

Twine’s world-class strike put the Dons in front completely against the run of play but Lee Gregory levelled with seven minutes to go before the finale from Windass.

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Victory was no more than the Owls deserved as time and again they poured forward in a one-sided contest that took time to find its rhythm but when it did, the hosts had the upper hand.

This despite MK having the first sight of goal when Twine latched on to a long ball from the back but fluffed his lines which prompted waves of pressure at the other end.

Andrew Fisher was twice called into diving action by a Barry Bannan long ranger and Chey Dunkley’s header from the resulting corner which the keeper tipped over the bar.

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Ciaran Brennan had the ball in the net moments later from another set piece but play was pulled back for an infringement in the box to deny the youngster a maiden goal.

The Dons had a rare foray upfield that might have paid dividends as Warren O’Hora dragged wide but back came Wednesday and Florian Kamberi glanced a George Byers cross narrowly off target.

A combination of Fisher and O’Hora on the line kept Dunkley at bay from successive corners as the big defender seemed on a one-man mission to score but he and the Owls had to be content with a goalless scoreline at the break.

That changed, though, just two minutes into the second half – only for the goal to go the way of MK. Little seemed on for the advancing Twine 25 yards out but the visitors’ leading scorer looked up to unleash an unstoppable hit that whistled into the top corner.

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Windass made a welcome return to action from the bench as Wednesday sought an equaliser – and it was a lick of paint away on the hour mark.

O’Hora and Fisher collided on the edge of the box dealing with a long Bailey Peacock-Farrell punt and Jack Hunt nipped in but struck the far post from the tightest of angles.

The ball ricoched into the path of Gregory who tumbled under a challenge from Aden Baldwin but the penalty claims were waved away.

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The traffic was one-way, with the Dons deploying a rigid backline to protect an advantage threatened by that man Dunkley, who was denied at the back stick by Dean Lewington.

Gregory was then inches away from a key connection on Saido Berahino’s low feed and the closing stages were all Wednesday.

A goal was coming and duly arrived on 83 minutes. Windass whipped in a delicious corner and Gregory leapt to send a powerful header beyond Fisher into the roof of the net.

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The Owls were far from satisfied with a point and motored forward in pursuit of the winner. And Windass made sure that one point was turned into three in injury time as the returning hitman buried a rasping drive beyond the flat-footed Fisher at the second attempt to seal victory.

Wednesday: Peacock-Farrell, Palmer, Dunkley, Brennan, Hunt, Bannan, Dele-Bashiru (Berahino 72), Byers (Luongo 54), Corbeanu, Kamberi (Windass 64), Gregory

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Ticket News

Ticket Information: Owls v MK Dons

23 November 2021

The Owls host MK Dons this evening aiming to make it back-to-back wins following our 3-2 success at Accrington on Saturday.

Tickets are priced from £21 for Owls Members and available to purchase from the Ticket Office, which will remain open until kick off (7:45pm).

Tickets can be purchased online until 5:45pm by CLICKING HERE.

PRE-PAID TICKET COLLECTION

Supporters who opt to collect the Ticket Office can do so until 5:45pm.

Thereafter, all North Stand/Kop ticket holders go to Gate 18 (next to the Megastore) and South

Stand/Grandstand to the South Stand ticket office (South Stand Car Park).

CASH TURNSTILES

There will be one cash turnstile on each home stand to pay on the evening.

North Stand – Turnstile 83 | Kop – Turnstile 62 | South Stand – Turnstile 36 | Grandstand – Turnstile 101
MK Dons supporters can pay on the night from Turnstile 20.

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