Wednesday v Leeds
Sky Bet Championship
11 January 2014
Supporters should be aware that South Yorkshire Police intend to deploy the CBRN crowd segregation barriers on Leppings Lane apron at the end of the match on Saturday.
This means that home supporters in the South Stand and Kop will not be able to exit the stadium via Leppings Lane, and should leave via Penistone Road or over the bridge on to Parkside Road/Catchbar Lane.
The club can confirm that there will be no pay on the day facility at the turnstiles.
Due to conditions imposed by South Yorkshire Police, the Owls will not be permitted to sell match tickets on the day of the game from the turnstiles.
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Owls: Wednesday will be without Michail Antonio (medial knee ligament) for the Leeds clash.
Giles Coke (hamstring), Lewis Buxton (groin), David Prutton (ankle), Kamil Zayatte (ankle) and Martin Taylor (ankle) are all set to miss the Yorkshire Derby.
Connor Wickham can come back into contention having missed the Macclesfield FA Cup-tie under the terms of his loan move from Sunderland.
Leeds: New signing Jimmy Kebe and Cameron Stewart are likely to make their United debuts at Hillsborough on Saturday.
Kebe has joined the Elland Road side on loan from Crystal Palace until the end of the season, while Stewart has penned a three-month loan deal from Hull.
Ross McCormack, Luke Murphy and Jason Pearce all picked up minor knocks in the 2-0 defeat to Rochdale and will have late fitness tests.
Jamie Ashdown and David Norris remain on the sidelines through injury.
He played for both - Stephen McPhail
Latest from Sky Bet
Owls to win 2-1 10/1
Chris Maguire to score first and Owls win 2-0 60/1
Owls win 1-0 13/2
Connor Wickham to score first 5/1
17 August 2013
Leeds 1-1 Owls
(McCormack 58; Zayatte 36)
Head to head
One to watch – Ross McCormack
The striker has been scoring freely this season with 18 goals to his name.
Ex-Cardiff striker McCormack struck against Wednesday in the Elland Road fixture and is sure to be in the hunt to add to his tally at Hillsborough.
The striker’s highlights of the season came in United’s trip to The Valley where Leeds claimed a 4-2 win – all four goals scored by McCormack.