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Match preview: Ipswich v Wednesday

10 February 2023

Ipswich v Wednesday
Saturday 11 February
League One
Portman Road


It’s third v first at Portman Road on Saturday as the Owls go head-to-head with promotion rivals Ipswich.

Wednesday moved to the top of the table on goal difference after defeating Plymouth 1-0 last weekend, while the Tractor Boys were held to a 1-1 draw at Cambridge.

As things stand in League One, the Owls are six points ahead of Ipswich with a game in hand.

It promises to be another stern test for Darren Moore’s side in their quest for promotion.


Ipswich have slipped to just one home defeat all season – a 1-0 loss to Lincoln back in October. They have won eight and drawn five at Portman Road this campaign.

The Owls, meanwhile, head to Suffolk on the back of six successive league victories.


Wednesday: Callum Paterson (muscle injury) is set for an extended period on the sidelines.


In terms of a timescale, the gaffer has said any return for Paterson will likely be near the end of the season.

In more positive news, Reece James (ankle) is rated 50-50 for Saturday’s clash with Ipswich.

Ipswich: The Tractor Boys have been dealt a blow with midfielder Lee Evans (knee) ruled out.

Ex-Owls midfielder Massimo Luongo has picked up a knock and is a doubt for the game, while a late decision will be made on Wes Burns.


Players will wear black armbands and a minute's silence will take place ahead of the fixture for those who have lost their lives in the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria.


SOLD OUT. Over 29,000 will be inside Portman Road on Saturday for this top of the table clash.



Referee - Geoff Eltringham
Assistant Referee - Ian Cooper
Assistant Referee - Andrew Aylott
Fourth Official - Richie Watkins

MANAGER'S PREVIEW - as streamed live on our YouTube channel.


Live commentary of the game is available via iFollow HERE.


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Following isolated anti-social behaviour incidents earlier in the 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.

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Match Reports

Report | Ipswich 2-2 Wednesday

11 February 2023

Wednesday let slip a 2-0 lead as Ipswich hit back to share the spoils in this ding-dong promotion encounter.

After Cameron Dawson kept out Conor Chaplin’s penalty, Michael Smith and George Byers gave the visitors a firm foundation.

Town halved the deficit just before half time, though, wiped it out just after the resumption and finished the stronger but without snatching a decisive third goal.


A cagey opening gave no clue to the drama that would follow and more than 10 minutes had gone before the first shot when Smith turned in the box and blazed over.

But the contest burst into life on the 20-minute mark when Town were awarded a penalty in controversial fashion.

Marvin Johnson and Wes Burns tussled in the box and after a flag was raised and consultation between the referee and his assistant, the spot-kick was given.


Chaplin stepped up and Dawson went the right way to save and keep the score goalless.

But that changed on 28 minutes when Wednesday hit the front. A neat four-man move ended with Smith expertly glancing Josh Windass’ cross past the despairing Christian Walton.

And six minutes later, the lead was doubled. Ipswich failed to deal with a Windass knockdown and Byers was in the right place at the right time to slot the loose ball home.


Smith was again at the heart of the action moments after the restart, rounding Walton just outside the area but the striker’s touch proved too heavy and the chance was gone.

Then four minutes before the break, the hosts hauled themselves back into the game. Broadhead lined up a set piece 20 yards out and curled a superb shot right into the top corner and out of the diving Dawson’s reach.

And Ipswich started the second half as they ended the first, levelling three minutes in with another free kick.


Davis thundered a fierce shot on the angle this time that took a slight deflection and flew into the back of the net.

The Tractor Boys’ tails were up and Chaplin might have made amends for his penalty miss with a free header gratefully gathered by Dawson.

The Owls struggled to break from their own half but looked dangerous when they did – Flint powered a rising drive narrowly off target.


Ipswich continued to enjoy more of the possession until the dying embers when Wednesday posed a real threat once more going forward.

But the match stayed level, both sides gain a point in the race for the Championship, with a draw probably the right result.

Wednesday: Dawson, Palmer, Iorfa, Flint, Famewo, Johnson, Vaulks, Bannan (Adeniran 88), Byers, Windass (Dele-Bashiru 74), Smith

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Ipswich v Owls

20 January 2023

The Owls travel to Ipswich on Saturday 11 February (3.00pm) in Sky Bet League One and ticket details have been confirmed.

We have received the full allocation of 2,148 for this all-ticket fixture.

Block E Prices

Adults: £30
65 & over: £22
Under 23: £14
Under 19: £8

Block V1 & V2 Prices

Adults: £27
65 & over: £20
Under 23: £14
Under 19: £7

Block S Lower Tier

Adults: £23
65 & over: £17
Under 23: £13
Under 19: £6

There are eight wheelchair spaces which are priced as above plus a carer free of charge.

Inter City Owl – will depart at 8:00am from Hillsborough and Flat Street, priced adults £40 and children £39.

Ticket sale details:

Monday 23 January (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 920 or more TPP

Monday 23 January (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 870 or more TPP

Tuesday 24 January (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 820 or more TPP

Tuesday 24 January (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 770 or more TPP

Wednesday 25 January (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 720 or more TPP

Wednesday 25 January (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 670 or more TPP

Thursday 26 January (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 620 or more TPP

Thursday 26 January (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 570 or more TPP

Friday 27 January (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 520 or more TPP

Friday 27 January (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 460 or more TPP

Monday 30 January (9:00am): Season Ticket holders

Monday 30 January (2:00pm): Members and Owls Foundation Members

Tuesday 31 January (9:00am): General sale

Online Priority Point sale periods - Please note, when we enter a new sale period where fewer Ticket Priority Points are required, supporters with tickets stored in their online basket from the previous phase of sale will have those removed.

Sale dates are subject to availability.

Tickets can be purchased at the Ticket Office, Sheffield Wednesday Online Shop or by telephone on 03700 20 1867 (option 1 - £2 booking fee per ticket)

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

For certain away games, including this fixture, fans can select the row and seat numbers when booking online. We are unable to group bookings from different sale phases together.

Supporters must log in before purchase and note that the game will only show as available to buy with the relevant amount of Ticket Priority Points.

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