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Owls ready to go again

7 March 2016


Carlos Carvalhal says he has no concerns over his players heading into Tuesday’s trip to Brighton.

The head coach is happy with the options he has available and could be set to welcome back midfield man Sam Hutchinson.

Fernando Forestieri will remain sidelined through suspension as he serves the final game of his two-match ban.

Carlos said: “Just Fernando is out, Sam is OK. At this moment we don’t have any new problems.



“We trust in all the players in the squad and all the time I say the same.

“Sometimes we understand that one player is better than another to a specific game.
 
“For example, Jack Hunt has played more games but Liam Palmer has played in some hard games and done very well.

“Jack has played in some very hard games and done well also, so this means we have good options.



“But even though we don’t have any big problems, sometimes a player is more tired, or has had a little kick and is not 100%.

“We will make decisions player by player or position by position to choose the best players to fight for the three points with Brighton.”

Wednesday will be out for a quick response having fallen to defeat in the derby on Saturday.

Despite the loss to Rotherham, the Owls held on to sixth spot in the division and Carlos says his players are focused and ready to go again.

“I don’t have any problems whether the players will be ready or not ready, nervous or not nervous.

“They will not be nervous about the situation, they will be focused and ready for the next game.”


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