Huddersfield Town 2 Sheffield Wednesday 0 LIVE: Tony Pulis reaction as poor Owls fall to disappointing defeat
Sheffield Wednesday face Huddersfield Town this evening as they look to protect an impressive record away against the Terriers.
It’s that time again, isn’t it… Matchday. Another chance for Wednesday to pick up some more points.
The Owls are going up against Huddersfield at The John Smith's Stadium as they seek a return to winning ways, and they’ll certainly be buoyed by the fact that they haven’t even conceded a goal since January 2011, and also haven’t lost a league game against them at all since back in 2013.
Our man Alex Miller will be at the stadium bringing you all the news from HD1, while Joe Crann will be right here on the blog to make sure you’re up to date with everything that happens in Tony Pulis’ latest attempt to win his 100th Championship game.
Stay with us on the blog, and fingers crossed for a first Pulis win.
Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: Matchday build-up to Huddersfield Town clash
Last updated: Tuesday, 08 December, 2020, 23:13
- The Owls travel to the John Smiths Stadium to face Huddersfield tonight
- Josh Windass declared himself fit to play
- Wayne Rooney talks Jack Marriott
- HTAFC: Hamer, Pipa, Sarr, Edmonds-Green, Toffolo, Eiting, Hogg (Bacuna 35), O'Brien, Koroma (Brown 62), Campbell (Ward 83), Mbenza (Vallejo 83).
- SWFC XI: Wildsmith, Odubajo, Iorfa, Lees, Börner (Palmer 21), Luongo (Pelupessy 46), Bannan (Brown 85), Harris, Paterson (Kachunga, 80), Reach, Windass (Rhodes, 80).
Young attacker Manuel Hidalgo has revealed he has left Sheffield Wednesday to return home to Argentina.
More on Borner
He’s got a smack on his face… As long as it’s not a fracture or anything like that, he should be ok.
More from Pulis
When we had a look at the goals v Norwich, he looked tired. I wanted to see Dominic because people have been raving about him. If you compare this to Saturday, it’s chalk and cheese. I don’t think anybody put in a performance like they did at the weekend.
We’ve played better than what our points tally shows, but today wasn’t good enough. They really looked tired tonight.
I don’t think we’ve got many real leaders… So you have to use that opportunity as a manager to try and get them going.
More on Luongo
I thought he looked very leggy… We couldn’t get anything going. It was more even in the second half, without really doing anything.
More on the squad
It’s difficult… After that game tonight, I’ll probably say something I shouldn’t say. It’s not easy, we’ll take stock.
Pulis on the squad
We need the transfer window… If you look at the depth, there aren’t the players there that we need to improve the first XI and the group.
Pulis on Luongo and Borner
Julian took a knock to the face… Massimo, I thought he looked a little bit short… We were chasing.
More from Pulis
That’s the worst that we’ve performed in the six games… We’ve really got to try and knuckle something down and keep to it for four or five games.
Pulis on the penalty
It was a penalty, we got away with one there…