It’s another short trip for the Owls on Tuesday evening, as they face their second South Yorkshire derby in as many games.
Wednesday, along with just over 2,500 travelling fans, will head to The New York Stadium for the televised clash against Rotherham.
As always, head coach Carlos Carvalhal says the team will give everything they can to bring the fans happiness.
“The 5,000 fans at Barnsley were magnificent,” he said.
“They trust in us and were in big support of us. These are our fans, it’s our club, it’s Sheffield Wednesday.
“We work hard for them, we are trying to do our best for those guys. When 5,000 fans go to Barnsley, they trust in us and we are doing our best for them.
“It will be the same tomorrow, our tickets are sold out and they will go to the game with trust in us.
“We respect them and we must give everything for them.”
As previously communicated, tickets for Tuesday’s clash with the Millers are sold out to Owls fans.
Supporters are urged not to travel without a valid matchday ticket in the away end of the ground.
Alcohol will be served before the game only and pyrotechnic dogs will be in operation around the stadium.