Date: 31st March 2008 at 5:46pm
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A game in hand on the rest of the relegation candidates for both of these teams and they will be looking for three points to ease their fears of the drop.

Both sides are in decent form at present with City unbeaten in three games and Wednesday in five.

Wednesday named too many loan players in their squad for Saturday’s game but are set to receive a fine rather than a points deduction.

Vital Quotes: Michael Doyle

‘Every result is massive between now and the end of the season. If we keep doing what we doing we will be okay,’ the midfielder told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire.

‘We don’t really care who scores, three points is the main thing.’

Sheffield Wednesday Team News:

Richard Hinds picked up an ankle injury in the 1-1 draw against Stoke and may miss out.

Player to watch: Ben Sahar

The on-loan Chelsea man has come to the fore in recent games.

Coventry City Team News:

The Sky Blues are likely to make few changes with Leon Best serving the second game of his two-match ban.

Player to watch: Julian Gray

The weak link in an otherwise excellent display on Saturday, Gray needs to deliver quality balls into the box when he gets the chance.

Match Facts & Stats

City have lost on their last four visits to Hillsborough

Ref Watch:

Graham Laws of Tyne & Wear takes charge.

Next Fixtures:

Away games for both sides, Watford for the Sky Blues and Scunthorpe for the Owls.

 

3 Replies to “Owls Preview”

  • To be fair as a Pompey fan we have no favourites here, other than wanting our dear neighbours Southampton to get relegated. So whatever happens tonight, we wish that both of you stay up.

  • Wednesday not going down my friend. After tonights 2-0 win we will be in 18th place and we will be moving upwards from then on!!

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