The Owls went into the international break high on confidence after a good away win against Barnsley, but on paper it’ll be a far bigger challenge against a Hornets side gunning for automatic promotion back into the Premier League.
Alex Miller’s going to be at the ground bringing you all the updates from there, and Joe Crann’s watching from the sofa with everybody else to keep this live blog ticking over with all the news.
Watford v Sheffield Wednesday LIVE: A huge task awaits for Darren Moore’s Owls outfit
Last updated: Friday, 02 April, 2021, 17:45
- Wednesday haven’t won back-to-back Championship away games since 2019
- Watford are on a fine run of form
- The last visit to Vicarage Road was a memorable one
That’s a wrap...
Stay tuned for more from Alex and Joe.
Smith on Paterson at RWB
There’s a few players in the squad that we feel can play different positions. It’s been like that since we came in. Pato played RB a lot in his career, so it wasn’t a problem for him.
Smith on Cardiff
They’re a top team in this division, but it’s a game we relish.
Smith on Lees and Wildsmith
It’s a tightness in his calf, and we’ll check on him.
Keiren is still having a problem with his ribs. We’re working daily with him.
Smith on moving forward
We’ll go over the game, reflect on it, build on it and move on.
It’s crucial that we win on Monday, but I don’t think it’s ‘must-win’. We’re very confident that we can stay up.
I hope you can see the improvements, we can. Their work ethic, desire, and eagerness to take things on board.
I’m enjoying it personally, I’d just like a few more points on the board.
Smith on Moore
We found out yesterday that he wouldn’t be here... He stayed behind in Sheffield, but he’s ok. He was watching the game and kept contact during the game over the phone.
We don’t know when he’ll be back.
Smith on the result and goal
I’m disappointed for them... I thought we did enough to get something out of it.
It’s good that we’re creating opportunities, and hopefully things will fall for us soon.
I’ve had a brief look at it, but it looks offside to me. The first pass to Sarr looks offside.
They said that the cross that came across, because it was an own goal it wasn’t offside.
It’s the first pass we looked at, and that looked offside to me. I need to look at it a bit more closely.
Jamie Smith is here...
Lets see what he’s got to say.
Our first priority is to make the Play-Offs, the second priority is second place, and if possible then we’d like to win the league. We’re very ambitious, everybody is working very hard for that.
Xisco on the goal
I think the referee was good, it was a normal goal... We think about the next game now.
I think he was right to give it, there was nothing special. 100% it’s an own goal, and that’s finished.