Derby v Wednesday
9 November 2013
The Owls will be backed by their biggest away following of the season so far on Saturday with an expected 4,000 Wednesdayites making the short hop to Derby.
Tickets can still be purchased in advance from the Ticket Office, until 3.00pm on Friday subject to availability.
A further allocation of tickets will also be made available for Owls fans to pay on the day (cash only) although this option carries a price increase. CLICK HERE for more details.
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Owls fans can listen live this weekend with full match commentary on Wednesday Player.
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Owls: Wednesday have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Pride Park.
Jose Semedo serves the final game of his three-match ban.
The Owls will be out to build on their maiden victory of the campaign, after overcoming Reading 5-2 at Hillsborough last weekend. Watch the highlights below..
Derby: Following two draws and two wins in October, boss Steve McClaren was shortlisted for the Manager of the Month award on Thursday.
Midfielder James Bailey (knee) and goalkeeper Adam Legzdins (ankle) are injury doubts for the Rams.
Long-term injury absentee Shaun Barker (dislocated kneecap) continues his rehab in the United States.
Latest from Sky Bet
Owls to win 1-0 10/1
2-2 draw 14/1
Connor Wickham to score first goal 8/1
Matty Fryatt to score first goal 7/1
First goal to be scored between 41-50 minutes 7/1
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9 February 2013
Owls 2-2 Derby
(Antonio 51, Llera 57; Hendrick 23, Ward 48 (p))
Head to head
One to watch – Will Hughes
The talented midfielder has been selected in the latest England Under-21 squad.
Hughes, who is 18, has made 17 appearances for the Rams this season and scored three goals.