This is how Sheffield Wednesday's injury list compares to their opponents for the rest of the season

Sheffield Wednesday have entered a crucial period in the race for the play-offs, but what influence will injuries have on the final Championship league table?

Tuesday, 2nd April 2019, 16:08 pm
Updated Tuesday, 2nd April 2019, 16:13 pm

Here’s a look at how Wednesday’s injury list compares to their next seven opponents before the end of the campaign…

Owls

Injuries: Steven Fletcher (groin), Joost van Aken (ankle), Achraf Lazaar (hamstring), Josh Onomah (elbow), Matt Penney (shoulder), Lucas Joao (knee), Adam Reach (knee), Rolando Aarons (ankle).

Hillsborough.

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Aston Villa

Injuries: Tommy Elphick (ankle), Alan Hutton (knee), Jordan Lyden (muscle), James Chester (knee), Henri Lansbury (hamstring), Ørjan Håskjold Nyland (achilles tendon).

Nottingham Forest

Injuries: Michael Hefele (achilles), Tobias Figueiredo (leg), Michael Dawson (hamstring), Hillal Soundani (knee), Juan Fuentes (knee).

Aston Villa's Tommy Elphick (left) is out with injury. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Leeds United

Injuries: Jamal Blackman (leg), Kemar Roofe (knee).

Norwich City

Injuries: Louis Thompson (knee), Carlton Morris (ankle).

Kemar Roofe. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

Bristol City

Injuries: Callum O’Dowda (knee), Niki Mäenpää (calf), Frank Fielding (finger), Liam Walsh (ligaments).

Preston North End

Injuries: Ben Pearson (hamstring), Andrew Hughes (unknown), Tom Barkhuizen (unknown), Brandon Barker (unknown), Tom Clarke (knock) Alan Browne (ankle), Connor Ripley (ankle), Josh Harrop (ACL), Billy Bodin (ACL).

QPR

Injuries: Grant Hall (groin).