Wednesday v Ipswich
5 October 2013
3.00pm kick off
The stage is set for Saturday – the last bout of fixtures before the two-week international break – and tickets are available for all home areas of the ground.
Tickets can be bought in person at the Owls Megastore, by telephone on 0871 900 1867 (subject to £2 booking fee) or online by CLICKING HERE.
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Owls: Wednesday have no further injury or suspension concerns following Saturday’s draw at Brighton in midweek.
Owls loan hitman Matty Fryatt opened his account on Tuesday, netting the opening goal at The Amex and is in line to make his first Hillsborough start this weekend.
Anthony Gardner (Achilles) remains sidelined.
Ipswich: Baring a few minor injury niggles, Mick McCarthy has said his side will be at full strength for Saturday’s trip to Hillsborough.
The Tractor Boys will arrive in S6 on the back of Tuesday’s 4-4 draw with Derby, when the Rams hit back from 4-1 down to claim a point at Pride Park.
Head to head
20 April 2013
Owls 1-1 Ipswich
(Lita 58; Tabb 12)
One to watch – David McGoldrick
Ex-Owls loanee David McGoldrick has kicked off the term in good style, having scored five goals in 11 appearances.
McGoldrick will be out to emulate his prolific campaign last season when the striker scored 21 goals in total for Coventry and his current employers.