Jos Luhukay’s Sheffield Wednesday host Tony Pulis’ Middlesbrough after the international break as the Owls look to maintain their spot in the play-off places.
Boro are currently 4th in the Championship after an impressive start to the campaign and are among the favourites for promotion to the Premier League this term.
What time is kick off?
Kick off at Hillsborough is at 7.45pm on Friday 19 October.
Is the match on TV? Can I watch it on a live stream?
The match is being shown on Sky Sports football and Sky Sports main event and should be available to on iFollow Audio.
How can I follow Wednesday v Boro live?
You’ll be able to follow all the latest updates and team news on The Star website.
Who will be in the teams for the match?
Barry Bannan should be fit for the match after playing down a groin injury that forced him off in the Owls’ last match against Bristol City.
Steven Fletcher also went off injured in the match against the Robins with a back injury.
Who is the referee?
Refereeing appointments have not yet been announced.
What are the betting odds?
Sky Bet have an Owls win at 23/10, a draw at 23/10 and a Boro win at 6/5.
What is the form of Wednesday and Boro?
Wednesday’s win over Bristol saw them rise to 6th in the table, having drawn against both Leeds United and West Brom in earlier matches.
Middlesbrough lost their last match against Nottingham Forest but previously won at Ipswich and have been at the top of the table since the start of the season.