Sheffield Wednesday LIVE: Build-up and team news as Owls prepare to face Morgan Fox and Steven Fletcher | Goalfest at Stoke
A frozen Hillsborough pitch put paid to Sheffield Wednesday’s bid to pull away from the Championship drop zone on Saturday when their game with high-flying Swansea City was postponed.
It means attention now turns to tomorrow night’s trip to Stoke City as Neil Thompson’s men look to continue their upturn in form since Christmas.
We’ll have all the build-up to the game at the Bet365 Stadium as well as the latest on Wednesday’s search for a new manager and everything else coming out of S6.
So, make sure you stay with us throughout the day and don’t forget to hit REFRESH for regular updates on our LIVE blog.
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Andy Linington will take charge of his second Wednesday game of the season when he officiates over their clash with Stoke City.
Linington, who has been the man in the middle for 17 Owls games to date, was in charge for the defeat to Barnsley not long ago.
In total, Wednesday have won nine of 17, drawing three and losing five. He’s the man who sent Keiren Westwood off against Reading last season.
Neil Thompson says that Sheffield Wednesday’s season won’t be defined this week, but he knows the importance of picking up a couple of good results in the coming days.