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Match preview - Wednesday v Accrington

9 April 2023

Wednesday v Accrington

Monday 10 April
League One


It's a quickfire turnaround for the Owls as we host Accrington on Easter Monday following the Good Friday draw at Oxford.


Wednesday are seeking a return to winning ways at the top end of League One, while Stanley continue their battle to exit the drop zone.

John Coleman’s side bolstered their chances of survival with a 3-0 home win over Port Vale over the holiday period.


Wednesday: Callum Paterson is set for a return to the squad, while Michael Smith – who missed out at the Kassam Stadium – will be assessed ahead of the game.

The big striker is rated as 50/50 by Darren Moore.


Elsewhere, George Byers, Jack Hunt and Josh Windass remain sidelined.

Accrington: The Lancashire side were boosted by the return of Liam Coyle and Ethan Hamilton for the Vale victory on Friday.

Accrington have no reported fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Hillsborough.


Tickets are available now for the Owls v Accrington HERE



Referee - Neil Hair 
Assistant Referee 1 - Ravel Cheosiaua
Assistant Referee 2 - Paul Newhouse
Fourth Official - Jacob Lehane


As a Bank Holiday fixture, the game is available to live stream via iFollow in the UK and overseas.

Match passes, priced £10, are available HERE



The Fan Zone is open as normal on Bank Holiday Monday.

Both bars start trading from 12 noon, together with Big Al’s Diner.

To celebrate the success of the Fan Zone this season, we are giving away a free 2022/23 official replica shirt to the lucky fan who buys the 20,000th Fan Zone pre-match pint!

We also have our first ever DJ playing from 1:00pm. You can find Shindigs DJ HERE



Our recently revamped Family Zone will also be in full swing on Monday!

From 1.30pm when the turnstiles open, the fun begins up in the Grandstand where young Owls can take part in a range of pre-match activities, with two special guests from the first team squad!



The hashtag for the match is #SHWACR

Our official Twitter account @swfc will provide a blow-by-blow text update, with team news at 2:00pm and all the key updates from Hillsborough.

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

You can also follow us on Facebook and Tik Tok and subscribe and turn on notifications from our YouTube channel, where you’ll find extended match highlights.

12 Nov 2022 | Accrington 0-1 Owls | League One
15 Mar 2022 | Owls 1-1 Accrington| League One
20 Nov 2021 | Accrington 2-3 Owls| League One


Following anti-social behaviour incidents earlier this season, we are reinforcing the importance of all supporters staying within EFL Ground Regulations, which can be found HERE

Under the banner of ‘Love Football. Protect The Game’ the FA, Premier League and EFL have together introduced new measures and stronger sanctions across the game to tackle the increased anti-social, discriminatory and criminal behaviours seen within football grounds.

Find out more HERE

Sheffield Wednesday are committed to fostering a fully inclusive matchday environment for all supporters, home and away. We subscribe absolutely to the EFL Code of Practice for Inclusion and Anti-Discrimination.

Find out more HERE

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Match Reports

Report | Wednesday 3-0 Accrington

10 April 2023

The Owls returned to winning ways and the top of League One, posting a routine 3-0 success at Hillsborough against Accrington.

Dennis Adeniran scored either side of half time and Liam Palmer concluded matters to recharge the drive to promotion.

Right from the start, the Lancashire outfit were overwhelmed and camped in their own half for extended periods.


Accrington’s defence was carved open as early as the second minute when Mallik Wilks picked the pocket of Harvey Rodgers to send Lee Gregory clear but keeper Lukas Jensen darted from his goal to save.

Jensen was helpless, though, on 10 minutes as the Owls took the lead. The visitors failed to deal with Marvin Johnson’s cross and after a tame headed clearance, Adeniran was on hand to volley home.

The pressure kept up and Reece James went close to a maiden Wednesday goal as he glanced a Barry Bannan feed inches past the post.


Stanley had a rare counter when Sean McConville’s set piece rattled the crossbar but overall the Owls were in command.

The only down side to a dominant first half was the loss of James to injury but the hosts went down the tunnel in control.

Wilks also departed at the break, with Callum Paterson returning to duty – and the Scot had an instant impact.


Barely on the pitch for a minute, his header from a Bannan corner ricocheted into the path of Adeniran, who smashed in from close range to double his tally and the lead.

Gregory headed another Johnson cross wide and Tyreeq Bakinson forced a fine save from Jensen as the Owls looked to put the points to bed.

And this they did on 73 minutes – Bannan played a delicious ball to send Palmer racing clear and the latter did the necessaries from six yards to wrap up a welcome win.

Wednesday: Dawson, Palmer, Flint, Famewo, Johnson, Vaulks, Adeniran, James (Bakinson 43), Bannan (Shipston 86), Wilks (Paterson 46), Gregory

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