Sheffield Wednesday: Here's how the Owls have got on in their last 15 opening day fixtures

The 2019/20 Championship fixture list will be announced of Thursday morning, and excitement is building as Owls fans look forward to the news season.

Wednesday, 19th June 2019, 12:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 19th June 2019, 12:19 pm
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Here’s how Wednesday have got on in their last 15 opening day fixtures...

A real thriller at the DW Stadium opened last the Owls' campaign, as lost 3-2 to the Latics in a ding dong battle.
Another tricky start for Wednesday, who conceded late on at Deepdale via a Daniel Johnson penalty. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

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Fernando Forestieri was the hero at Hillsborough, scoring in the 85th minute and condemning the Villains to defeat in their first second tier game since 1988.
A comfortable victory at home for the Owls, in Carlos Carvalhal's first game in charge.
A comfortable victory at home for the Owls, in Carlos Carvalhal's first game in charge.
Debutant Atdhe Nuhiu opened the scoring for the Owls, but a quickfire double from the Hoops saw them claim the win.
A dramatic draw at Pride Park kicked off the campaign, as Reda Johnson's last gap winner sealed a points for the visitors.
The Owls got off to a fine start in the campaign that saw them promoted back to the second tier, with David Prutton's belting volley a real highlight.
An easy win for Wednesday on this occasion, who cruised to a 2-0 victory in front of their own fans.
A tough start to this season saw Brian Laws' side throw away a two goal first half lead, as Jason Butterfield and Jon Macken earned their side a point.
A barnstorming start to the campaign saw Wednesday give the Clarets a Hillsborough hiding, with Marcus Tudgay and Akpo Sodje both bagging a brace.
In the words of Brian Laws: it was almost kamikaze stuff, as the Owls were torn apart by a rampant Ipswich Town back in '07.
A bit of a drab one, this. Deepdale played host to a particularly unmemorable game, the most notable moment of which was Owls ace Lee Bullen's red card.
Another goalless start, this time at the Brittania Stadium. Potters defender Gerry Taggart was sent off early on, but Wednesday were unable to grab the winner.
A crazy game to round off with! Out of nowhere, the visitors bagged three goals in the last five minutes, leaving the Owls supporters in disbelief.