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In focus: Macclesfield v Owls

3 January 2014

Macclesfield v Wednesday
FA Cup – third round
4 January 2014 
3.00pm kick-off


Tickets for the Owls’ FA Cup third round clash against Macclesfield Town at Moss Rose have sold out for visiting supporters.

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Team news

Owls: Wednesday will be without Connor Wickham, who is unavailable to feature in the cup competition under the terms of the striker’s loan agreement with Sunderland.

Another enforced change for the Owls at the back is Roger Johnson. 

Stuart Gray has confirmed the Owls are holding talks with Wolves with regard to extending the defender’s loan stay with Wednesday.

Michail Antonio could play a part having returned from injury last time out against Blackpool, where the winger came on as a late substitute at Hillsborough.

Damian Martinez has extended his loan at Hillsborough until the end of the season and can play in the FA Cup on Saturday, if selected.

Macclesfield: The Owls’ FA Cup opponents can welcome back midfielder Danny Whitaker following his one-match suspension.

The Silkmen have no injury or suspension concerns and will be looking to extend their good run of form and enter the cup tie on the back of four straight wins.

Last time out
Owls 2-0 Blackpool

Last meeting

30 January 1976
FA Cup
Owls 3-1 Macclesfield

Head to head

FA Cup100

Official word - Stuart Gray on the FA Cup

One to watch – Scott Boden 

The striker has scored three goals in his last two outings for the Silkmen including a brace on New Year’s Day in Macclesfield’s 3-0 win away at Hyde.

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