Here is how Ricky Charlesworth rated the Owls' players.
KEIREN WESTWOODÂ Â Â Â 7
Another composed, confident display from the Ireland stopper. Only had to make one save of note early on but was an assured presence in goal throughout.Â
LIAM PALMERÂ Â Â Â Â Â 7
Got forward when he could but also had enough about him to track his runners. Impressive showing and Ash Baker will have a job on his hands to depose Palmer of the shirt. Booked.
MICHAEL HECTORÂ Â Â Â 8
Another commanding performance following his goal at the weekend. The loanee foiled Britt Assombalonga on a number of occasions and is growing in stature.
TOM LEESÂ Â Â Â Â Â 7
Skipper, along with Hector, played his part in marshalling the defence superbly and helping maintain a second successive shut-out. Looked like the Tom Lees of two seasons ago.Â
MORGAN FOXÂ Â Â Â Â 7
Made a superb, last-ditch tackle in the first half and arguably his best game in a Wednesday shirt. Performance will go some way to dishing the boo boys. Booked.
BARRY BANNANÂ Â Â Â Â 9
The Scot was back to his mercurial self, with plenty of string-pulling and intricate passes - none more so than the assist for Reach's goal. Terrific.
SAM HUTCHINSONÂ Â Â Â Â 7
First start in four months but you wouldn't have known it. Bossed the middle of the park and provided some much-needed bite in the engine room.
ADAM REACHÂ Â Â Â 8
Scored his seventh of the season with a clever finish. Impressed throughout on his return to the Riverside and consistent as always.Â
LUCAS JOAOÂ Â Â 6Â
The Portuguese was involved in an early, flowing move but went down injured early on and couldn't continue.Â
MARCO MATIASÂ Â Â Â Â 7
The Portuguese made a series of darting runs and linked up well with Fletcher and particularly Reach. His pace cause the home backline constant problems.
STEVEN FLETCHERÂ Â Â Â Â 7
The centre-forward did a great job, up against three strapping centre-halves. Had a few half-chances but did more in terms of holding the ball up for teammates.
JOSH ONOMAHÂ Â (For Joao, 14)Â Â Â Â 7
Introduced early and put in a terrific shift. Looked confident on the ball and did his bit defensively. Was to suffer the same fate as Joao and went off after the hour mark.Â
GEORGE BOYDÂ Â (For Onomah, 66)Â Â Â Â 6
Slowly being re-integrated into the first team and chipped in when introduced. Linked well with Fox down the left flank.Â Â
JOEY PELUPESSYÂ Â (For Hutchinson, 73)Â Â Â Â 7
Dutch midfielder built on the fine work that Hutchinson had started. Got stuck in and won his fair share of tackles to preserve the lead.