Wednesday will be looking to go ten games unbeaten in the Sky Bet Championship this evening with a trip to Bolton.
The Owls have lost just one in 14 league games and found a new resilience under manager Steve Bruce.
His side head to the University of Bolton Stadium unbeaten in nine, a run which includes four wins, five draws and six clean sheets.
Bolton, meanwhile, are fighting for Championship survival and gave their hopes of avoiding the drop a lift on Saturday with a 2-1 win over relegation rivals Millwall.
But the Trotters have lost seven of their last ten league outings and are five points adrift of safety.
Phil Parkinson’s side have won four of their 18 home league games this season.
Sheffield Wednesday haven't completed a league double over Bolton since the 1982/83 season.
Here is swfc.co.uk’s match preview:
Owls: Steven Fletcher (foot) is an injury doubt for Wednesday after picking up a knock against Derby on Saturday.
The striker was replaced by Atdhe Nuhiu after 52 minutes at Pride Park.
Fernando Forestieri and Achraf Lazaar will remain sidelined with hamstring injuries.
Bolton: Jason Lowe, Craig Noone and David Wheater all return to contention after serving suspensions.
Supporters are advised that tickets are available to purchase on the night.
Visiting supporters should head to the turnstiles at Block F of the Franking Sense South Stand from 7.00pm.
Follow the game live
The Owls head to Bolton on Tuesday evening in the Sky Bet Championship for the 8.00pm kick-off and the game will be streamed live on iFollow.
BOTH UK and overseas subscribers can watch live via iFollow.
The service is priced at £10 for UK match passes and here’s what is included;
- Enhanced four-camera coverage
- Replays of all the key incidents
- Commentary from Rob O’Neill and John Pearson
- Match graphics
Supporters are, as always, reminded of their conduct while following the Owls home and away.
This includes behaviour inside and outside of the stadium, the launching of missiles, pyrotechnics, coins or bottles.
Anyone found to be in breach of ground regulations and/or the law, will be met with potential club and legal action.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Last five v Bolton
Owls 1-0 Bolton | 27 November 2018 | Championship
Owls 1-1 Bolton | 10 March 2018 | Championship
Bolton 2-1 Owls | 14 October 2017 | Championship
Bolton 3-2 Owls | 22 August 2017 | League Cup
Owls 3-2 Derby | 12 January 2016 | Championship
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