Wednesday v Leicester
Sky Bet Championship
3 December 2013
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Owls: First team coach Stuart Gray will take charge this evening and until a permanent appointment is made.
Defender Glenn Loovens has received international clearance and is available for tonight's game.
Lewis Buxton (groin) will be assessed ahead of the game after being withdrawn from the action at Blackpool with ten minutes left to play, as will Reda Johnson and Michail Antonio who both missed out at Bloomfield Road.
Matty Fryatt has returned to parent club Hull City, while Kamil Zayatte and Martin Taylor (both ankle) remain sidelined.
Leicester: Back to back wins over Ipswich and Millwall has seen the Foxes go three points clear at the top of the Championship.
Ignasi Miquel, Matty James and Anthony Knockaert all returned to the side that eased past Millwall on Saturday 3-0 at King Power stadium.
Sean St. Ledger (groin) and Tom Hopper (shin) are the only absentees.
Latest from Sky Bet
1-1 draw 11/2
Owls to win 2-1 10/1
Leicester winning at half time/ draw at full time 14/1
Owls to win and both teams to score 5/1
Connor Wickham to score first 7/1
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9 March 2013
Leicester 0-1 Owls
Head to head
One to watch – Lloyd Dyer
The pacey wideman is in fine form this season and on the goal trail with three strikes in his previous five games.
The 31-year-old, who signed for the Foxes in July 2008, scored last time out against Millwall in the 3-0 win that sent Nigel Pearson’s side top of the division.