Sheffield Wednesday head to Bristol City on Sunday in the Championship.
The fixture was originally set for Saturday but due to Bristol City’s Carabao Cup schedule, and a meeting with Aston Villa on Thursday, the game was put back to Sunday.
The Robins were defeated 3-0 on home soil in that cup clash, with manager Dean Holden naming a much-changed side from their previous Championship win over Stoke.
Prior to the defeat against Villa, City had won four games on the spin, including two wins from two in the Championship.
The Owls also exited the Carabao Cup in midweek against Fulham, but have picked up four points from two league games so far this season (Cardiff 0-2 and Watford 0-0).
The trip to Ashton Gate with be Wednesday’s fifth away game from six fixtures so far in 2020/21.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of the game;
- Date: Sunday 27 September
- Kick-off, 1.00pm
- Ashton Gate
Referee: Tony Harrington
Assistants: Robert Hyde & Adrian Waters
Fourth official: Keith Stroud
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SWFC: Chey Dunkley and Osaze Urhoghide are back in training and pushing closer to a return.
Alex Hunt missed out on the midweek clash at Craven Cottage after picking up a minor knock in training.
Wednesday made 11 changes in the cup clash with Fulham and Monk is likely to revert his matchday squad to a similar one named for the 0-0 draw with Watford last week.
Bristol City: Tomas Kalas is expected to be out for around two months with a shoulder injury.
Callum O’Dowda, Liam Walsh and Joe Morrell all remain sidelined and continue their rehabilitation.
Elsewhere Joe Williams and Jay Dasilva are back in training but unlikely to play any part on Sunday.
Nathan Baker (hamstring) is ruled out.
Owls boss on Bristol City: “We are in a phase where we are facing teams where their remits are definitely to be up there. They have obviously had a really good start. It will be a tough game. We have done well so far and we know we can give them a tough time.”
Bristol City manager Dean Holden said: “It’s now all about the league and a positive response is needed. It’s always about what we do next, recovery is big now and Sheffield Wednesday played on Wednesday so they have an extra day but it’s not too big a deal, as long as we recover properly and attack the game as we did in the previous four.”
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