Reading v Wednesday
Sky Bet Championship
8 February 2014
Sheffield Wednesday face a trip to Reading on Saturday and tickets will be available for Owls supporters to pay on the day.
Fans are advised, however, that there will be an increase on ticket prices when purchased on the day.
For more details visit the page: Ticket news – Reading v Owls.
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Owls: Stuart Gray has a number of injury and suspension concerns ahead of the weekend clash with Reading.
Oguchi Onyewu (calf) will be assessed ahead of the game, as will Glenn Loovens (hamstring).
Reda Johnson (hip), Lewis Buxton (groin) and Martin Taylor (knee) have been ruled out while Kamil Zayatte is unlikely to feature again this season, as the defender requires surgery on his ankle injury.
Giles Coke and Jermaine Johnson are suspended but in better news, Michail Antonio could make his return to action having recovered from a medial knee ligament injury.
Reading: Hope Akpan (shin) and Danny Guthrie (calf) have recovered from their injuries and are set to be available for selection on Saturday.
Defender Sean Morrison is ruled out for the clash with the Owls.
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Owls 5-2 Reading
(Fryatt 18, 62, Antonio 25, Morrison og 42, Wickham 57; Pogrebnyak 35, Le Fondre 90 (p))
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One to watch – Adam Le Fondre
The ex-Rotherham man is in hot form with six goals to his name in January.
The striker scored two hat tricks, one in the 7-1 win over Bolton and the second in Reading’s 5-1 thumping of Blackpool.