Our latest Sheffield Wednesday podcast episode – talking QPR, Huddersfield, Lees, Windass, goalkeepers and Fulham

From the highs of the demolition of Queens Park Rangers to the serene nature of the goalless draw with Huddersfield Town, it's been a pretty positive week for Sheffield Wednesday.

Thursday, 16th July 2020, 3:42 pm

Assessing it all, The Star's Wednesday writers Alex Miller and Joe Crann join Liam Hoden to talk the victory in West London and the stalemate in the Yorkshire derby for the latest episode of our Owls podcast.

There is praise for the impact of Josh Windass and the resurrection of Tom Lees, wing back talk and a discussion on the goalkeeping situation at Hillsborough as Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson prepare to scrap it out for the number one shirt.

And the panel look ahead to the weekend's trip to Fulham in the penultimate game of the longest season of all time.

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