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Match preview: Morecambe v Wednesday

12 September 2022

Morecambe v Wednesday
Tuesday 13 September
League One
Mazuma Stadium

The EFL resume its fixture schedule this week.

All games over the weekend were postponed as a mark of respect to the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth II.

It was confirmed by the EFL on Monday morning that midweek fixtures will go ahead and for the Owls, that means a trip to the Mazuma Stadium to face Morecambe.

The Shrimps head into Tuesday’s clash still searching for their first league win of the season.

Morecambe sit 23rd in the division, albeit in the early throes of the campaign.

On home soil, Derek Adams’ side have drawn two of their three outings so far (v Shrewsbury 0-0, and v Fleetwood 1-1), and have one defeat on their record against MK Dons (0-4).

The Owls will be aiming to bounce back from defeat against Barnsley at Hillsborough last time out.


Wednesday: Ben Heneghan could come back into contention for the Owls after making good progress from injury.


Fisayo Dele-Bashiru will also be pushing for a recall after a minor hamstring strain.

The likes of Michael Smith, Alex Mighten and Mallik Wilks will all be vying to make their first starts for the club in league competition.

Morecambe: Plenty of transfer speculation surrounded Cole Stockton this summer but as the window slammed shut earlier this month, the striker remained with the Shrimps.

Stockton scored 26 times in 50 appearances across all competitions last season but is yet to get off the mark in 2022/23 and has missed the club’s last four fixtures.


There could also be a familiar face against the Owls on Tuesday night with midfielder Liam Shaw having joined the club on loan from Celtic.

The 21-year-old left Wednesday in June 2021 to head north of the border.


A minute’s silence will be held before the game, with black armbands to be worn, flags flying at half-mast and the National Anthem to be played.


Referee – Andrew Kitchen
Assistant referee – Paul Newhouse
Assistant referee – Graeme Fyvie
Fourth official – Alex Gray


As a designated midweek fixture, Morecambe v Wednesday is available to live stream in the UK and worldwide via iFollow.

Match passes priced £10 are on sale now HERE


The hashtag for the League One contest is #MORSHW

Our official Twitter account @swfc will provide blow-by-blow updates, team news at 6:45pm and all the key moments from Morecambe.

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

Supporters can also follow us on Facebook and TikTok!


1 Feb 2022 | Owls 2-0 Morecambe | League One
28 Aug 2021 | Morecambe 1-0 Owls | League One
13 Nov 2011 | Morecambe 1-2 Owls | FA Cup



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.

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Match Reports

Report: Morecambe 0-3 Wednesday

13 September 2022

Wednesday turned in a thoroughly dominant display at Morecambe and showed real patience to grind the hosts down and take three points.

Time after time the Owls threatened the Shrimps goal and only an inspired performance from goalkeeper Connor Ripley kept Darren Moore’s men at bay.

But with a one-sided contest entering the latter stages, Wednesday made the breakthrough and went on to register a 3-0 return.


Josh Windass set the ball rolling, George Byers added a second and Michael Smith capped a productive night by netting his maiden league goal in the blue and white.

The early pressure came from Wednesday but the first chance fell to Morecambe. Kieran Phillips had a clear sight of goal after bursting into the box and the Owls had David Stockdale to thank for a smart low save.

At the other end, it was Ripley who moved centre stage. Barry Bannan found Windass in space on the angle and the latter’s hit brought out the best of the former Preston keeper, who acrobatically turned the ball wide.


Reece James was next to try his luck, from just inside the penalty area, and again Ripley came out on top, tipping past the upright.

The screw turned tighter on Morecambe, with Wednesday motoring forward from all areas - Michael Ihiekwe ventured upfield to shoot inches off target with Ripley scrambling across his goal.

Bannan offered a similar effort just before half time and again Ripley was beaten but so too the far post.


The second period started as the first had ended, with the Owls in control, albeit without the advantage.

Bannan sought to change that five minutes in, sending a curler just over the bar following good work from Alex Mighten.

Smith forced Ripley into action once more with a shot on the turn before finally, on 70 minutes, the Shrimps shot-stopper was beaten.


Bannan floated an inviting corner right on to the head of the advancing Windass, who glanced into the far corner.

Three minutes later, the lead was so nearly doubled. Substitute Fisayo Dele-Bashiru cut inside from the left and unleashed a fierce goalbound drive that Ripley somehow kept out diving to his right.

But Ripley was powerless on 78 minutes as Wednesday went 2-0 up. The goal was identical in style to the first – only this time Byers took the honours, getting a firm head on another Bannan corner.


With the floodgates open, it was Smith’s turn to strike. With eight minutes to go, Windass feigned to shoot from the edge of the area but instead played in Smith, who crashed emphatically past Ripley to conclude a fine evening’s work for Wednesday.

Wednesday: Stockdale, Palmer, Ihiekwe, McGuiness, James (Dele-Bashiru 64), Byers, Bannan (Vaulks 84), Windass (Iorfa 84), Mighten (Johnson 64), Gregory (Paterson 84), Smith

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Ticket News

Morecambe trip sold out

6 September 2022

The Owls’ trip to Morecambe on Tuesday 13 September has sold out for visiting supporters.

We have an allocation of 1,800 tickets for the League One clash at the Mazuma Stadium.

As a designated midweek fixture, this fixture will be live streamed in the UK and overseas via our iFollow service.

Visit to purchase your match pass, priced £10, from Sunday 11 September.

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