Wednesday v Wigan
Sky Bet Championship
11 February 2014
Wednesdayites are reminded that discounted prices have been held for this game.
The original clash in December was abandoned after half time due to torrential rain after the club had earlier slashed ticket prices given the financial demands on supporters over the Christmas period.
Those prices of just £10 for adults and £5 concessions (over 65 and under 18) in all home areas will remain in place.
Should there be any problems with adverse weather later in the day that affects the pitch, this will be reported via swfc.co.uk and on the club’s official twitter feed @swfc
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Owls: Giles Coke and Jermaine Johnson remain suspended for picking up red cards against Millwall and Barnsley respectively.
Glenn Loovens was back in full training on Monday and head coach Stuart Gray is hopeful the defender will be available for selection against Wigan.
Oguchi Onyewu and Reda Johnson have been ruled out for the visit of the Latics, while the Owls await international clearance for Cardiff loanee Adedaji Oshilaja.
Wigan: Striker Nick Powell is the Latics’ biggest concern. The club’s top scorer is a doubt with a hamstring injury.
Long term absentees Gary Caldwell and Shaun Maloney remain sidelined
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18 December 2013
Owls (A-A) Wigan
Watch the events that led to referee Keith Stroud abandoning the game at Hillsborough last time out.
Head to head
One to watch – Marc-Antoine Fortune
The ex-West Brom and Celtic striker has scored three goals in his last seven appearances and is likely to lead the line this evening with strike partner Nick Powell an injury doubt.
The forward’s last goal came against Charlton at the DW when the Addicks led 1-0 until the 88th minute when Fortune scored the equaliser before Jordi Gomez sealed a dramatic comeback.