Sheffield Wednesday welcome Nottingham Forest to Hillsborough, aiming to stretch their unbeaten run to ten games.
OWLS (4-4-2): Westwood; Hunt, Lees, Loovens, Pudil; Wallace, Lee, Hutchinson or Semedo, Bannan; Forestieri, Joao.
FOREST (4-2-3-1): De Vries, Lichaj, Wilson, Hobbs, Pinillos; Vaughan, Trotter; Mendes, Williams, Ward; Oliveira or O’Grady.
ONE TO WATCH
With Henri Lansbury serving the second of his three-match suspension for his red card against Burnley, all eyes will be on Chris O’Grady. The hard-working striker is still searching for his first goal since arriving on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion but he will give Forest a focal point up front as they look to get back to winning ways.
Since leaving Hillsborough two years ago, O’Grady has represented Barnsley and enjoyed a loan spell at Sheffield United. On his day, the Nottingham-born player can be a real handful.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Jeremy Simpson - The Lancashire official has dished out 44 bookings and two red cards in 12 matches this season. It will be the first time Simpson has taken charge of an Owls match since their 3-0 Hillsborough defeat to Watford in October 2014.
Given their impressive recent record at Hillsborough, Forest, without a win in six matches, will fancy their chances of upsetting the form book tomorrow. They have triumphed on their last three trips to South Yorkshire all by one goal to nil. You have to go back to 2008 for the last time Wednesday beat Forest in their own backyard.
However, the Owls deservedly won the last tussle, claiming a 2-0 victory at the City Ground after strikes either side of half-time by Kieran Lee and Chris Maguire.