The Owls head into the match in desperate need of picking up at least a point, as they currently sit seven points adrift of safety - although they do have a game in-hand over 21st place Birmingham City.
Meanwhile, Wednesday confirmed yesterday afternoon that Celtic have agreed a pre-contract deal with young Owls star Liam Shaw. The youngster broke his silence of the deal, releasing a statement in which he revealed: “First of all, I would like to thank everyone at Sheffield Wednesday - the owner, all the staff, my team-mates and especially the supporters.
“After discussing the options with my family, I have decided to take on a new challenge and so, I've agreed to join Celtic, one of the most famous and prestigious clubs in the world, on July 1.
“Until the last kick of the ball of the final game of this season, I will continue to give my all for Sheffield Wednesday and to help my team-mates.”
The rest of the statement can be found here.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Sheffield Wednesday and the rest of the Championship, as the fall-out and reaction from the weekend's action continues:
5. Villa and Brentford to battle for Henry
Aston Villa could make a move for Brentford's Rico Henry this summer, and rival West Ham United for the highly-rated defender. Villa boss Dean Smith has previously managed him at both Walsall and Brentford. (The Athletic)
Photo: Justin Setterfield
6. Hungbo bags new Hornets deal
Watford's Joseph Hungbo has signed a contract extension with the Hornets, keeping him at the club until at least 2022. The 21-year-old is on the verge of breaking into the first-time, and impressed from the bench against Nottingham Forest last weekend. (Watford Observer)
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7. Owls starlet speaks out on Celtic move
Sheffield Wednesday have confirmed report that their young star Liam Shaw has signed a pre-contract agreement with Celtic. However, they could target the Hoops with legal action over how they chose to reveal details of the deal. (The Star)
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8. Sky Blues seal Ricoh return
Coventry City have confirmed that they will return to the Ricoh Arena next season, after reaching an agreement over a ten-year contract with the stadium's owners. They've been ground-sharing with Birmingham City since 2019. (Club website)
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