'Can anyone see where a goal might come from?' - Sheffield Wednesday fans' verdict on team to play Reading

Sheffield Wednesday manager Tony Pulis has named an unchanged side for tonight’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Reading at Hillsborough.

Wednesday, 2nd December 2020, 7:11 pm

Defender Dominic Iorfa returns from injury to take his place on the bench, with striker Jordan Rhodes – who was hauled off towards the end of Saturday’s drab draw with Stoke City after coming on as a half-time substitute – also named among the nine-man substitutes.

The Owls go into the game with the Royals – who have in-form ex-Wednesday man Lucas Joao in their line-up – four points adrift of safety in 23rd place.

Here’s how Wednesday fans on Twitter have reacted to tonight’s team news from S6.

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@_hazzy A point probably isn't a bad result against a Reading team having a decent season, but reality is we need to start winning games, especially at home, or we're gonna get left behind! #swfc

@nattasswfc Fun fact, we’ve accumulated more points from our last six games than Reading #swfc

@Majortarantino Pulis going for consistency. I like it #swfc

@Daniel186710m What’s @izzyjaybrown got to do to get a game @swfc? Surely in a midfield three, we can afford for one of them to be attack-minded? Seven goals in 14 games speaks for itself!

Sheffield Wednesday manager Tony Pulis. Photo: Steve Ellis.

@johnada75157425 If Monk put that defensive starting 11 out he would have got hammered on here #swfc

@MarcWilcox81 Gotta wonder just how bad Dunkley’s injury was at the time of signing him #swfc

@Chris_swfc Big Dom with a last minute winner please

@sreith31 Can anyone see where a goal might come from? Granted he’s inherited this disaster but is a real worry. Got to hope for a penalty but I suppose that means we get into other team’s box.

@Foxy1405 I do love the sight of Dom Iorfa even if it’s on the bench

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