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Sheffield Wednesday picked up their first point of the Tony Pulis era last night as they drew 1-1 with Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.

By Ashley Booker
Thursday, 26th November 2020, 5:42 pm

We’ll have more reaction to that here on our live blog throughout the day after an encouraging performance in south Wales, as well as a look ahead to the weeknd visit of Stoke City and the team news surrounding that clash.

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Sheffield Wednesday's Massimo Luongo in action at Swansea City last night. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: More reaction to draw at Swansea

Last updated: Thursday, 01 January, 1970, 01:00

  • The Owls drew 1-1 at Swansea last night
  • Keiren Westwood came off injured early in the game

Sweary Westwood and a vocal Welshman: SIX takes from Owls' good point at Swansea

Sheffield Wednesday earned their first point under new manager Tony Pulis with a battling display at high-flying Swansea City.

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Swansea City manager Steve Cooper launched an extraordinary attack on referee Andy Woolmer after Sheffield Wednesday battled to a point against his promotion-chasing side.

What Tony Pulis said on Keiren Westwood's injury after Owls' battling 1-1 draw at Swansea City

Sheffield Wednesday boss Tony Pulis fears they may be without number one goalkeeper Keiren Westwood for a ‘few matches’ after the 36-year-old hobbled out of their battling 1-1 draw at Swansea.

So, Tony Pulis picked up his first point at Wednesday boss last night and it wasn’t a bad one on reflection - away to a team who look like they could be challenging for automatic promotion, let alone the play-offs. 

We’ll have more reaction to that here on our live blog throughout the day and also begin a tentative look ahead to Saturday’s match, when Pulis welcomes his old club Stoke to Hillsborough.

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