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Match preview: Owls v Plymouth

6 November 2021

Attention turns to the Emirates FA Cup this weekend as we host Plymouth in round one on Sunday.

After a superb 3-0 victory over Sunderland in midweek, Wednesday will aim to build on that display and advance in the competition.

Darren Moore’s side, though, have been handed a tough draw with League One high-flyers Plymouth making the long trip to S6.


The Owls are on a six-game unbeaten run in League One and have just one defeat in 11 games in all competitions

Plymouth haven’t tasted defeat in League One since the opening day (15-game unbeaten run)

The two sides haven’t met in the FA Cup since January 1968


Date: Sunday 7 November
Kick-off: 12.15pm
Emirates FA Cup first round



Referee - Anthony Backhouse
Assistant referee - Chris Isherwood
Assistant referee - Paul Newhouse
Fourth official - Andrew Kitchen


The Ticket Office and Megastore will open at 9.00am until kick off and for 45 minutes after the final whistle. Fans are reminded that the 2021/22 training wear is now available online and in store.


Supporters who opt to collect tickets from the Ticket Office can do so until 10.30am on Sunday.
From 10.45am all North Stand/Kop ticket holders go to Gate 18 and South Stand ticket holders to the South Stand Ticket Office.

Tickets are available to purchase online until 10.30am on Sunday.


There will be cash turnstiles on each home stand; North Stand – Turnstiles 84 and 85, Kop – Turnstiles 61 and 62, South Stand – Turnstiles 27, 28, 36 and 37


Plymouth have sold just over 500 tickets for the long trip north. Visiting supporters can also purchase tickets on the day from Turnstile 19 on the West Stand.


The Foundation Lounge will be closed for this fixture.


The Wednesday Tap will open from 10.30am.


Both teams will observe a minute’s silence before kick-off and wear black armbands displaying a poppy.

Our designated Remembrance league fixture will take place on Saturday week when we host Gillingham. For the Gills clash, our shirts will display a poppy and the game will commence following a bugle rendition of ‘The Last Post.’

Official SWFC poppy pin badges are now available from the Owls Megastore.


The FA Cup-tie against Plymouth will be broadcast live on ITV and is consequently not available to stream via iFollow.

Audio match passes are available and priced £2.50.


The hashtag for our content relative to Sunday’s cup clash is #SHWPLY

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 11.15am.

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: Darren Moore has confirmed he will have a similar squad of players available to that of Tuesday for the win over Sunderland.

Captain Barry Bannan (foot) was withdrawn early in the second half against the Black Cats but is fit and available to play.


George Byers and Massimo Luongo are rated at 50-50. Both are in full training, but the manager may opt to sit the duo out of the cup clash as they build up their volume of work at Middlewood Road.

Sam Hutchinson and Dominic Iorfa will not feature on Sunday.

Plymouth: Defender James Bolton, wing back George Cooper and striker Niall Ennis are nearing recoveries from long-term injuries.

Otherwise, Argyle have no fresh injury concerns.

Jordan Houghton will be available for selection again after serving a one-game suspension last time out.


Plymouth: WWWDW


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
29 Aug 2009 | Plymouth 1-3 Owls | Championship

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 0-0 Plymouth

7 November 2021

Wednesday and Plymouth must go head to head again at Home Park after this first round FA Cup-tie finished goalless.

Chances were as scarce as the score suggests as a low key clash unfolded in cold conditions at Hillsborough.

There was little to warm the fans of both sides nor the watching nation on ITV and a replay will determine who progresses to round two.


The Pilgrims were first to show, on the counter, when Panutche Camara raced in on goal but Bailey Peacock-Farrell stood tall to make the save.

Conor Grant saw a rasping drive deflected wide before Wednesday hit back – first Florian Kamberi was a whisker away from a free header as keeper Michael Cooper just managed to scoop clear before the Plymouth custodian stopped a goalbound Dennis Adeniran effort.

The contest developed into an even affair but Plymouth almost went in front on the half-hour when Joe Edwards was denied by the merest of touches from Theo Corbeanu after pulling the trigger.


The first half fizzled out with no action of note, giving way to a second period that saw a marked improvement.

Barry Bannan tried his luck from distance with a shot that was always rising and Grant did likewise for Plymouth but was much closer as his dipping hit just cleared the crossbar.

The Owls brought on three substitutes on the hour, one of whom – Fisayo Dele-Bashiru – powered through on the angle only to slice wide.


Liam Palmer was on the end of a neat three-man move and shot straight at Cooper before the latter made a smart near post save to thwart Saido Berahino moments later.

The visitors rode the storm to hit Wednesday on the break and Peacock-Farrell stretched every sinew to keep out Jordon Gallick’s dinked chip under the bar.

Lewis Wing blazed over in stoppage time which was as good as it got in terms of incidents in the closing stages and battle will recommence on the south coast on Tuesday week.


Wednesday: Peacock-Farrell, Palmer, Dunkley, Johnson, Paterson (Hunt 59), Bannan, Wing, Adeniran (Dele-Bashiru 59), Corbeanu (Shodipo 76), Berahino (Sow 86), Kamberi (Gregory 59)

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