Is Sheffield Wednesday vs Plymouth Argyle on TV: date, time and how to watch Championship clash
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Danny Rohl will aim to get his first points as Sheffield Wednesday manager when he takes on fellow Championship new boys Plymouth Argyle at Home Park.
Rohl’s reign as Owls boss began with a narrow 1-0 defeat to Watford at Vicarage Road, although his revamped team did show some signs of improvement as he made eight changes to the lineup which played against Huddersfield a fortnight ago.
The ex-Germany assistant coach is tasked with guiding Sheffield Wednesday to safety in his first ever gig in management and is hoping to overcome a Plymouth team which has won just one their last seven league matches.
The upcoming match is a huge test of Sheffield Wednesday’s Championship credentials as they look to climb off the bottom of the table. But when is Sheffield Wednesday vs Plymouth and how can fans keep up to date with all of the action? We have all the answers below.
When is Sheffield Wednesday vs Plymouth?
Sheffield Wednesday will travel to Plymouth on Wednesday 25 October and the game kicks off at 7.45pm. The Owls came out on top in the last meeting between the two teams back in February with Callum Patterson scoring the decisive goal.
Sheffield Wednesday are the only side in the league without a victory and they will hope to end that barren run after their worst ever start to a league season.
How to watch Sheffield Wednesday vs Plymouth
Sheffield Wednesday’s clash with Plymouth will be shown on Sky Sports Football, but is only accessible via the service’s red button facility. Fans using SkyGo will also have the option to watch the game on mobile or tablet, with the option to watch the fixture normally appearing on the SkyGo home screen once it’s kicked off alongside the other red button fixtures.
Highlights of the clash at Home Park will be shown on ITV4 at 11pm along with all of the other midweek games.
Sheffield Wednesday are without a number of key players for the trip to Devon. Momo Diaby is a long-term absentee with a foot injury and he is joined in the treatment room by Juan Delagado who is unlikely to feature due to recent surgery on a hip related complaint.
Loan signing Ashley Fletcher is expected to return after being ineligible for the clash against his parent club Watford. Plymouth are without the likes of Brendan Galloway, Saxon Earley and Callum Wright. First choice goalkeeper Michael Cooper could make his long awaited return for the first time since his injury in February.