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Match Pack: Owls v Millwall

10 November 2023

Wednesday v Millwall
Saturday 11 November


The Owls are back at Hillsborough on Saturday!

Millwall are next up for Danny Röhl’s side in S6, who are looking to build on a win at home last time out against Rotherham.

The aim for the Owls now is to turn these vastly improved performances into points.

A first win of the season against the Millers provided a much-needed boost and one more on Saturday would lift spirits further ahead of the international break.


For Millwall, it’s been all change recently and the Lions will head to Hillsborough under new manager Joe Edwards.


Gary Rowett left his post as Millwall boss last month after a four-year stint in the hotseat.

Last weekend the Lions suffered a late, late home defeat against Southampton under the caretaker charge of Adam Barrett. Ryan Fraser struck in the 93rd minute to seal the points and leave Millwall 18th in the table.


This is our designated Remembrance league fixture. Our shirts will display a poppy and the game will commence following a bugle rendition of ‘The Last Post’ and a minute’s silence.


The match-worn shirts will be made available to purchase in a live auction straight from kick-off, with proceeds going to the Royal British Legion.

Each shirt will be individually signed by the respective player to make a unique piece of sporting history.

The auction is live from kick-off on Saturday and runs until Sunday 26 November at 1:00pm.

Key timings ahead of the game;

2:54pm – Army personnel lay wreaths in the centre circle
2.56pm – PA tribute and rendition of the Last Post
2.58pm – Minute’s silence – please note at this time, all turnstiles will close
2.59pm – Turnstiles reopen


As always, we remind supporters to arrive early to avoid unnecessary queues, particularly given the Remembrance tributes on Saturday.

Please scan the barcode on entry, not the QR code on your Season Card.



Please note supporters can enter any turnstile in the stand for which the ticket is valid.

As outlined above, turnstiles will be closed during the minute’s silence.


Wednesday: Josh Windass returned to training on Thursday after missing out last weekend at Bristol City.


The manager says a decision will be made on the forward following Friday’s training session.

Barry Bannan is available after his red card at Bristol City and subsequent one-match suspension was overturned in midweek.

Djeidi Gassama posed a serious threat last weekend at Ashton Gate in his first start for the club and will be pushing for more minutes.


Millwall: Shaun Hutchinson and Ryan Leonard both made their return to the matchday squad against Southampton and could play a part at Hillsborough.

Duncan Watmore has returned to training after a period on the sidelines through injury.

Goalkeeper Matija Sarkic and Joe Bryan remain sidelined.



Referee – Gavin Ward
Assistant Referee 1 - Lee Venamore
Assistant Referee 2 - Greg Read
Fourth Official - Adam Herczeg


Our Fan Zone is open from midday until 2:45pm for supporters to enjoy pre-match refreshments.

Our friends at Bun DMC burgers will be on site in the Fan Zone – come and grab an early bite before the game!


Our Grandstand Family Zone is open from 1:30pm for youngsters to enjoy gaming, face painting and the chance to meet some special guests!


Live audio commentary is available HERE on iFollow, with regular duo Rob O’Neill and John Pearson set to call the action!

The game is available for live stream via iFollow for overseas supporters, and match commentary in the UK can be booked HERE


The hashtag for the match is #SHWMIL

Our X account @swfc will provide real time updates, with team news at 2:00pm.

Follow us on Instagram for matchday content and subscribe and turn on notifications for our YouTube channel, where you can view extended match highlights.


The EFL, Premier League, FA, FSA, PGMOL, LMA and PFA have come together this season to implement a series of measures to address behaviour across the game.

This includes new policies, procedures, and regulations to eradicate unacceptable conduct on the pitch, on the sidelines and in the stands.

The new measures build on the work launched last season to combat dangerous and illegal fan behaviour, supported by the ‘Love Football. Protect the Game’ football-wide campaign.

CLICK HERE for full details.

We are also reinforcing the importance of all supporters staying within EFL Ground Regulations, which can be found HERE

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Match Reports

Report | Wednesday 0-4 Millwall

11 November 2023

The Owls were undone by two goals in each half by a rampant Millwall at Hillsborough.

Wednesday were actually the better side before Murray Wallace struck the first blow. But when George Saville doubled the lead, the signs were ominous.

And Wes Harding added a third after the break before Brooke Norton-Cuffy gave the scoreline another coating of gloss.

Yet Danny Röhl's side were straight out on the front foot, forcing the Lions deep into their own half from kick-off.

Time and again the Owls pressed but had to wait patiently for a clear sight of goal.


It came just before the half hour from a swift counter led by Barry Bannan and proved a turning point in the contest.

Bannan advanced down the middle, slipped in Anthony Musaba, whose unchallenged shot blazed over the bar.

Wednesday were swiftly made to pay from the Londoners’ next attack a minute later. George Honeyman swung a corner deep into the danger zone, where Wallace thumped his header home.

And it got worse for the Owls three minutes before the interval. Norton-Cuffy’s cross was cleared only as far as Saville, who smashed a sweet half volley into the far corner from the edge of the area.

It gave the hosts a huge task in the second period, for which Wednesday made a triple change.


Bailey Cadamarteri was handed his league debut, while Jeff Hendrick and Josh Windass also entered the fray.

Again the Owls started well - only to concede when Millwall broke forward seven minutes in. Saville delivered a low feed that saw Cameron Dawson and Honeyman challenge, the loose ball fell to Harding and the defender slammed in from close range.

Wednesday poured numbers forward and Windass had a fierce hit charged down, so too Cadamarteri, before Bartosz Bialkowski saved well from Callum Paterson.

But there was to be no breakthrough and on 72 minutes Millwall rounded off the victory, Norton-Cuffy bursting into the box from the right channel and picking his spot to complete a grim afternoon for the Owls.

Wednesday: Dawson, Iorfa, Diaby, Bernard, Johnson (James 76), Byers (Hendrick 46), Bannan, Gassama, Musaba (Buckley 76), (Windass 46), Fletcher (Cadamarteri 46)

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