Blackburn v Wednesday
Sky Bet Championship
26 December 2013
Sheffield Wednesday are advising supporters that the Boxing Day clash against Blackburn Rovers is pay on the day.
The Owls have already sold over 2,800 tickets for the trip to Ewood Park. For further details read the article Pay on the day at Rovers.
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Team news Owls: Atdhe Nuhiu is a doubt for the Boxing Day trip to Blackburn. The striker picked up a shoulder injury on Saturday during the Owls’ clash with Bournemouth.
Glenn Loovens (back) has returned to full training after missing the game against the Cherries while Wednesday are hopeful that Connor Wickham (hamstring) will be available for selection.
Blackburn: Rovers are in good shape for the festive fixture against Wednesday.
Lee Williamson made his return to action from injury last time out in Rovers’ 1-0 win at Yeovil, while Josh King (dead leg) could feature.
Striker DJ Campbell is also available for selection.
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Owls to win 2-1
Blackburn winning at half time, Owls win the game
Kieran Lee to score the first goal
Connor Wickham to score a brace
14/1 Last meeting
6 April 2013
Owls 3-2 Blackburn
(Jermaine Johnson 20, 78, Lita 35 (p); Rhodes 12 (p), Dann 71)
Jermaine Johnson scored the decisive goal that won the points for Wednesday back in April. Watch his stunning strike against Rovers below!
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Head to head
Owls Draws Blackburn League 49 32 43 FA Cup 3 2 6 League Cup 2 1 4 Total 54 35 53 One to watch – Jordan Rhodes
The Rovers hitman has been lethal in front of goal this term with 13 goals from 24 appearances.
The ex-Huddersfield man has netted three goals from his last four games, including the winning goal last time out against Yeovil.