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15 October 2022 Venue Abbey Stadium Attendance

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Match preview: Cambridge v Owls

14 October 2022

Cambridge United v Wednesday

Saturday 15 October
League One
Abbey Stadium


Wednesday are back on the road this weekend heading south to Cambridge.

The Owls travel to Abbey Stadium in strong form with three wins from the last four League One outings.

A convincing 3-0 win over Cheltenham last weekend saw us bounce back immediately after the midweek defeat at Plymouth.


In terms of the league standings, Wednesday are third in League One, four points behind Ipswich and five from leaders Plymouth.

Cambridge have endured a tough run of late and are looking to avoid a fourth successive defeat on Saturday as the Owls come to town.

Mark Bonner’s side sit 14th in the table.


Wednesday: Dominic Iorfa is a doubt after sustaining an impact injury in training this week.


Reece James remains sidelined after picking up an injury during our 2-1 defeat at Plymouth.

George Byers and Mallik Wilks have continued their recovery on the training ground this week at Middlewood Road.


Akin Famewo and Dennis Adeniran continue with their respective rehabilitation programmes.

Cambridge: Midfielder Adam May picked up a knee injury last time out and is a doubt for the weekend.



Referee: Carl Boyeson
Assistant referee 1: James Vallance
Assistant referee 2: Joseph Stokes
Fourth official: Michael George


Live match commentary will be provided by iFollow, while the game will also be streamed live overseas.

Audio match passes in the UK are available HERE.


Please arrive early at the match as seating in the away end at Abbey Stadium is unreserved.



Following isolated anti-social behaviour incidents 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 and criminal behaviours recently seen within football grounds. Find out more HERE.


The hashtag for the game is #CAMSHW

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

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

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12 Mar 2022 | Owls 6-0 Cambridge | League One
19 Oct 2021 | Cambridge 1-1 Owls | League One
9 Aug 2016 | Cambridge 2-1 Owls | League Cup
22 Sept 1998 | Cambridge 1-1 Owls | League Cup
16 Sept 1998 | Owls 0-1 Cambridge | League Cup


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Match Reports

Report: Cambridge 0-2 Wednesday

15 October 2022

Lee Gregory returned to his sharpshooting best and steered Wednesday to victory at Cambridge.

Gregory had one strike to his name this season, prompting Darren Moore to insist pre-match that the goals would come to match the impressive form.

And Gregory duly obliged, netting either side of half time as the Owls continue to chip away at the League One table.

Moore’s men are now within touching distance of the top two having turned in a thoroughly professional performance at the Abbey Stadium.


It was an ideal start as Wednesday hit the front on six minutes.

Tyreeq Bakinson played Gregory through with a delicious defence-splitting pass and the veteran forward advanced to cleverly dink over Dimitar Mitov.

That gave the Owls a solid foundation they were in no mood to relinquish.

The visitors controlled much of the first half, limiting the U’s to hopeful punts from range and only one real opening.


Sam Smith did well down the right flank to wriggle free of Ben Heneghan and cut inside to shoot but David Stockdale swiftly stopped the danger.

Bakinson fashioned a second super through-ball at the other end, this time for Michael Smith, who forced Mitov into a save at his near post.

The Cambridge keeper came out on top again moments later, keeping out Smith’s close range header from a hanging Josh Windass cross.

The Owls’ backline was solid and well-drilled, which presented problems for the hosts going forward as they sought a way back into the game.


To their credit, the U’s enjoyed much of the possession after the break, albeit without troubling Stockdale.

Danger loomed too as Wednesday threatened on the counter, evidenced on the hour when Mitov needed two attempts to keep out a fierce Marvin Johnson shot.

The Cambridge shot-stopper then did well to deny Gregory a second from a fizzing Windass feed as the Owls looked to put the points to bed.

And they did exactly that with 13 minutes to go. Liam Palmer darted down the right, looked up to find Gregory, and his cute volley wrong-footed Mitov, who could only watch the ball loop into the top corner.                                                           

Wednesday: Stockdale, Palmer, Ihiekwe, Heneghan, Vaulks (Dele-Bashiru 90), Johnson, Bannan, Bakinson (Byers 69), Windass, Gregory, Smith (McGuinness 69)

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Ticket News

Cambridge tickets sold out!

28 September 2022

The Owls’ League One trip to Cambridge on Saturday 15 October has sold out to Wednesdayites.

We were allocated 1,473 tickets for the trip to Abbey Stadium.

Please note this fixture is all ticket for Wednesdayites.

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