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3 May 2013

 

Wednesday v Middlesbrough
Championship
4 May 2013
12.45pm kick-off


Tickets
Saturday’s season finale against Middlesbrough is now all-ticket.


With the game heading towards a sell-out, fans are advised to purchase their tickets at the earliest opportunity.


The North Stand has completely sold out.


Supporters
SWFC are asking supporters to remain seated at the end of the game and not to enter the playing surface.


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Team news


Owls: Manager Dave Jones is expecting loan ace Jeremy Helan (dead leg) to be available for the crucial clash against Boro.

 


Elsewhere, both Reda Johnson (foot) and Jermaine Johnson (hamstring) will be assessed ahead of the game.

 

The Owls have no fresh injury or suspension concerns.

 
Middlesbrough: Tony Mowbray has revealed that loan trio Sammy Ameobi, Josh McEachran and Ishmael Miller will not feature on Saturday.


The Boro boss is already putting plans in place for next season and for that reason is opting to leave out his loan stars, who are set to return to their parent clubs.


Kieron Dyer will also be absent for Boro after the club have confirmed they will not be renewing his short term contract.

 


George Friend will miss the season finale, as will Stephen McManus, Nicky Bailey, Lukas, Jtkiewicz and Seb Hines. Jonathan Woodgate is rated at 50/50.

 

Head to head

 

OwlsDrawsBoro
League391438
FA Cup212
League Cup110
Total421640

 

Last meeting
9 November 2012
Middlesbrough 3-1 Owls
(Hoyte 13, Miller 60, Jutkiewicz 76; Madine 48)

 


View from the dugout


Dave Jones said: “The most important thing from our perspective is that our fate is in our own hands and you can’t ask for anything more than that.”


Tony Mowbray said: “The dressing room know the standards have got to be higher next year in everything we do. We’ve got to keep way more clean sheets and defend a lot better.”


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