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In focus: Owls v Macclesfield

13 January 2014


Wednesday v Macclesfield
FA Cup third round replay with Budweiser
14 January 2014
7.45pm kick-off

Tickets

Supporters should be advised that the South Stand and North Stand only will be open to home fans for this cup-tie.

Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 concessions (over 65s and under 18s) in all open areas of the ground.

Keep up with the action by..

- Listening live from Hillsborough with full match commentary on Wednesday Player. 
- Visiting swfc.co.uk for all the news, views and reaction from the FA Cup clash. 
- Following the Owls’ official Twitter account @swfc and have your say using the #swfc hashtag! 
- Getting involved on the official SWFC Facebook page at facebook.com/sheffieldwednesday.
- Checking out the latest video additions on the club’s official YouTube channel and it's free to subscribe!
- Listening to the latest audio bulletins on the SWFC Audioboo channel.

Team news

Owls: Strikers Connor Wickham and Caolan Lavery are both unavailable for selection.

Wickham will not feature in the cup clash under the terms of his loan agreement from Sunderland.

As Lavery, who was on loan with League 2 side Plymouth, was unavailable for selection in the original cup-tie at Moss Rose, the 21-year-old is not permitted to feature in the replay.

Stuart Gray has confirmed that Damian Martinez will start between the sticks for Wednesday.

Macclesfield: Manager John Askey should have a full squad to select from with no new injury concerns from the first leg at Moss Rose.

The Silkmen are unbeaten in five games and earned a replay at Hillsborough after drawing 1-1 on home soil, with Steve Williams equalising for Macclesfield after Reda Johnson had given the Owls the lead.

Last time out - Owls 6-0 Leeds


Last meeting
4 January 2014
Macclesfield 1-1 Owls
(Williams 72; R Johnson 25)



Head to head

OwlsDrawsMacclesfield
FA Cup110
Total110

One to watch – Dan Whitaker

The former Oldham and Chesterfield man caught the eye in the clash at Moss Rose nine days ago.

The tricky winger is in his second spell with Macclesfield after leaving the club in 2006, when he left to join Port Vale.

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