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Match preview: Plymouth v Wednesday

10 September 2021

Following last weekend's international break the Owls return to league action against Plymouth at Home Park.

After suffering a 1-0 defeat to Morecambe last time out in the league, Wednesday will be looking to bounce back against the Pilgrims.

The Owls have only conceded one goal from seven competitve fixtures so far and sit fourth in the table going into the weekend.


Managed by former Owl Ryan Lowe, Plymouth sit 14th in the League One table and have only lost one of their opening five league games, a 1-0 defeat on the opening day of the season against Rotherham.

Striker Ryan Hardie tops the goalscoring charts for the home side, with five goals from seven competitive games this campaign.


Date: Saturday 11 September
Kick-off: 3.00pm
League One
Home Park



Referee – Benjamin Speedie
Assistant Referee – Christopher Wade
Assistant Referee – Mark Derrien
Fourth Official – Daniel Flynn


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Owls: Wednesday are in good shape ahead of the long trip to Home Park.

Josh Windass and Massimo Luongo (hamstrings) remain sidelined for Wednesday.

Elsewhere new recruit Saido Berahino is available and could make his Owls debut in Devon.


Sam Hutchinson, Chey Dunkley and Mide Shodipo are all fit and in contention to feature.

Plymouth: Former Owl Danny Mayor is in contention to return for the Pilgrims after suffering a thigh injury in August.

Luke Jephcott, who was forced to pull out of the Wales Under-21 squad, has also returned to training ahead of the clash with the Owls.

James Wilson is back in contention after serving a three-game suspension, whilst striker Niall Ennis is sidelined with a hamstring injury.



Plymouth: DWLDL


5 Mar 2011 | Owls 2-4 Plymouth | League One

18 Sept 2010 | Plymouth 3-2 Owls | League One

30 Jan 2010 | Owls 2-1 Plymouth | Championship

29 Aug 2009 | Plymouth 1-3 Owls | Championship

28 Oct 2008 | Owls 0-1 Plymouth | Championship


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