Wednesday v Rovers
28 September 2013
3.00pm kick off
With tickets selling at a steady rate, Hillsborough is aiming to host the highest home attendance so far this season.
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Owls: New loan signing Matty Fryatt is eligible for the Owls’ home clash with Doncaster on Saturday.
Defender Lewis Buxton (knee) is a doubt for the weekend although Wednesday boss Dave Jones has not ruled out a return for the right back.
Chris Maguire will undergo a scan for an injury to his toe.
Anthony Gardner (Achilles) remains sidelined, otherwise the Owls have no further injury or suspension concerns.
Doncaster: Striker Harry Forrester will miss the clash against the Owls this weekend.
The 22-year-old had recovered from an ankle injury but suffered a tear to his quad in Rovers’ reserve fixture with Scunthorpe and will now be sidelined for four to six weeks.
Federico Macheda is likely to line-up in the Rovers attack after making a strong start to his Keepmoat loan spell, scoring twice against Nottingham Forest last weekend.
Head to head
16 Feb 2010
Owls 0-2 Doncaster
(Ward 40, O'Connor 64 og)
One to watch – David Cotterill
The Welsh winger is now into his second season with Rovers having joined the club in June 2012.
Cotterill played a vital role for Doncaster last season in the club's promotion to the Championship, scoring ten goals and provided the most assists in the division.