Sheffield Wednesday vs Cheltenham Town: Two major milestones as Owls make two changes
Sheffield Wednesday have made two changes against Cheltenham Town – with Barry Bannan and Sam Hutchinson hitting big milestones.
The Owls skipper and his long-term teammate will play their 300th and 200th games for the Owls this afternoon at Hillsborough as they go up against the Robins, and will be hoping to top off their day with a good home victory.
Darren Moore has made a couple of changes to the XI that he named for the 0-0 draw with Gillingham a week ago, with Chey Dunkley and Callum Paterson making way for Harlee Dean and Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, who are both making their first starts since returning from their respective injuries.
Cheltenham XI: Owen Evans, Charlie Raglan, Mattie Pollock, Will Boyle, Matty Blair, Sean Long, Reece Hutchinson, Elliot Bonds, Callum Wright, Ellis Chapman, Alfie May.
The Owls will go into the Play-Off places this afternoon if they manage to pick up all three points, with neither Sunderland nor Oxford United in action due to the international break.