Coventry City v Wednesday
Tuesday 6 February
Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay
Following a 1-1 draw at Hillsborough just over a week ago, the Owls and Coventry will meet again for the Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay.
Djeidi Gassama equalised late in the S6 cup-tie, cancelling out Victor Torp’s thunderous hit on the stroke of half time.
It will be the fourth occasion in the space of just six weeks that the two sides have gone head-to-head.
The Sky Blues’ charge for the play-offs has taken a blow since our FA Cup clash ended in stalemate.
A 2-2 draw at home to Bristol City and 2-1 defeat on Saturday at Norwich has seen Coventry drop to seventh spot.
Wednesday: Pierce Charles is set to take his place between the sticks.
The young shot-stopper made his debut in the original tie at Hillsborough and with Cameron Dawson injured and James Beadle cup-tied, the 18-year-old looks set to start his second senior game.
New recruits Kristian Pedersen and Ian Poveda are ineligible to feature.
Marvin Johnson and Josh Windass missed out against Huddersfield through injury.
Coventry: The Sky Blues have been dealt a big blow losing influential midfielder and captain Ben Sheaf (hamstring).
Sheaf, who scored twice against the Owls at Hillsborough in the league meeting, is ruled out for six to eight weeks.
EXTRA TIME AND PENALTIES
The game must be settled on the night and in the event of a draw after 90 minutes, the game will go to extra time and penalties.
Tickets can be purchased from the Megastore and online shop before 1:00pm.
Wednesdayites can buy tickets on the night at the CBS Arena from the away turnstiles (cash only).
Tickets purchased before 1:00pm can be collected at the game this evening from turnstiles 1-10, following the arrival of the SWFC supporter coaches.
Referee: Christopher Kavanagh
Assistant Referee: James Mainwaring
Assistant Referee: Mark Scholes
Fourth Official: Stephen Martin
Live audio coverage of the cup-tie is available for monthly and seasonal iFollow subscribers only.
Live streams and matchday audio passes are unavailable given competition regulations.
The hashtag for the match is #COVSHW
Our X account @swfc will provide real time updates, with team news at 6:45pm.
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Supporters are also urged to stay within EFL Ground Regulations, which can be found HERE