Wednesday v Yeovil
14 August 2013
3.00pm kick off
Saturday’s game is Kids for a Quid but tickets must be purchased via the ticket office or online store before 5.00pm on Friday.
Follow the action live..
Owls fans can listen live this weekend with full match commentary on Wednesday Player.
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Owls: Anthony Gardner is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines having ruptured his Achilles tendon.
Lewis Buxton could be back involved on Saturday having returned to training. The defender missed out at Middlesbrough with a tight hamstring.
Paul Corry (ankle) and Joe Mattock (knee) are unlikely to feature.
Yeovil: Goalkeeper Marek Stech (broken finger) and striker Paddy Madden (knee) are injury concerns for the Glovers, with both set to miss out on Saturday.
Loanee Alan Tate has returned to his parent club Swansea for treatment on a hamstring injury.
Head to head
4 Feb 2012
Owls 2-1 Yeovil
(J Johnson 57, R Johnson 80; Obika 41)
One to watch – Ed Upson
Influential midfielder Ed Upson has become a fans’ favourite at Huish Park since joining the club in July 2010.
Capable of adding goals from midfield, Upson has scored twice this season in his side’s 1-0 Championship win over Millwall and 3-3 Capital One Cup draw with Birmingham.