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Match pack: West Brom v Owls

2 October 2023

Match Previews

Match pack: West Brom v Owls

2 October 2023

West Brom v Wednesday
Tuesday 3 October
The Hawthorns


The Owls are back on the road on Tuesday night in the Championship facing a West Brom side unbeaten in four.

After three successive draws, the Baggies produced a stunning performance away at high-flyers Preston on Saturday and left Deepdale with three points after their 4-0 win.

Carlos Corberan’s side are eighth in the division with just two defeats so far, one at home to Huddersfield (1-2) last month and the other on the opening day away at Blackburn (2-1).

Wednesday will head to the Hawthorns as the underdogs after a poor start to the 2023/24 season which continued Friday night against Sunderland.

The Owls went down 3-0 in S6 in front of the Sky Sports cameras and remain winless after nine games.


Wednesday: Barry Bannan and Josh Windass will be assessed for the trip to the Midlands.

The Owls duo were injury absentees in the defeat to Sunderland and post-match, Xisco said:

“They had injuries in the last part of the week and couldn’t play in the game. We will see if they can recover.


“You know Bannan and you know Windass, they both always try to give their 100% to push themselves to play. We will see but it’s a short time.”

The likes of Liam Palmer, Dominic Iorfa, Tyreeq Bakinson Will Vaulks and Michael Smith will be pushing for a return to the starting line-up.

West Brom: After the outstanding win over Preston, Corberan could stick with the same side on Tuesday night.

Semi Ajayi (ankle) could come back into contention after missing the trip to Deepdale.



Referee: John Busby
Assistant: Richard Wild
Assistant: Shaun Hudson
Fourth Official: Andrew Kitchen


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