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MetiNews.Com - The Owls will be aiming to record back-to-back league wins for the first time since December

Yorkshire news Predicted Sheffield Wednesday XI to lock horns with West Brom MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - The Owls will be aiming to record back-to-back league wins for the first time since December

Yorkshire news  Predicted Sheffield Wednesday XI to lock horns with West Brom MetiNews.Com
01 July 2020 - 06:48

Breaking News ! Sheffield Wednesday are in a good place as they put the finishing touches to their preparations for tonight's showdown with West Bromwich Albion. Garry Monk's troops have taken four points from their two matches since the resumption of their Championship season to ease the club's relegation fears. Other than Josh Windass, who is still recovering from a thigh injury, the Owls have a clean bill of health and no suspensions to worry about, giving Monk plenty of options to choose from ahead of their meeting with automatic promotion contenders WBA. Read More Related Articles Some Sheffield Wednesday players wait on wages, according to reports Read More Related Articles Sheffield Wednesday confirm the loan extensions of Wickham, Da Cruz, Murphy and Windass Will Monk stick with the same starting XI who performed so well at Bristol City last Sunday? Or will he make changes with one eye on the club's gruelling, demanding schedule? Here's a look at the potential line-up Wednesday could put out against the second-placed Baggies and some of the selection posers Monk faces. Defence Joe Wildsmith will continue in goal for the third match running and Julian Börner is expected to be passed fit to play, having suffered a dead leg at Ashton Gate. As long as the German has 100 per recent recovered from the knock, it is highly likely Börner will line up alongside Dominic Iorfa and Liam Palmer in their three-man defence. Monk has options at his disposal should he want to freshen things up in the wing-back areas. Moses Odubajo and Adam Reach are waiting patiently for an opportunity to stake their claim. But Wednesday have momentum on their side so I think Monk will resist the temptation to make any changes to his defence or out wide. Read More Related Articles Garry Monk sends stern warning to Sheffield Wednesday players before West Brom test Read More Related Articles Former Sheffield Wednesday man offers prediction ahead of Owls' duel with West Brom Midfield This is where Monk has decisions to make. Barry Bannan is a shoe-in to play following his man of the match display over the weekend. He is their creative spark and dictates the tempo of the team's play. But who will partner Bannan in the middle of the park? In recent weeks, Monk has spoken a lot about the quick turnaround between matches. "We are going to have to be mindful of all the players," he said. "Everyone has to be ready.

. There will be some rotation when we see fit. We will try to manage the group as best as possible." Read More Related Articles Slaven Bilic holds key team meeting as West Brom prepare for crunch Sheffield Wednesday clash Read More Related Articles Full Sheffield Wednesday squad revealed for West Brom showdown as Owls wait on Julian Börner It would be harsh to leave out Massimo Luongo following his key contribution in the Bristol victory. Kieran Lee also produced an industrious display to help Wednesday control the midfield area. But given the shift Lee put in on Sunday and the volume of matches Wednesday have to play in the next month, will Monk opt to give him a breather and protect him for the run-in? With his greater experience and defensive skill set, Joey Pelupessy is probably ahead of Alex Hunt in the queue for a starting berth. WBA are expected to have the lion-share of possession so Pelupessy's energy and ability to break up play could be useful. Attack Connor Wickham is nailed on to lead the line after bagging two goals in his last two starts. He has admirably filled the void left by Steven Fletcher, who declined a contract extension last week. The big question is whether Monk will go with Jordan Rhodes up front or whether he opts to make a change. Rhodes has not scored for Wednesday since December when he notched a superb hat-trick at Nottingham Forest. Alessio Da Cruz has looked lively as an impact sub at home to Forest and away to City. He provided the assist with the corner for Wickham's equaliser against Forest and was a threat when he replaced Rhodes on Sunday. His extra pace and mobility could help Wednesday trouble the Baggies backline. Select your side You can see our predicted side above, but how would your team look? Would you risk Lee? Would you change things up front? Use our interactive prediction widget above to select your team.

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Yorkshire news Predicted Sheffield Wednesday XI to lock horns with West Brom MetiNews.Com


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Yorkshire news Predicted Sheffield Wednesday XI to lock horns with West Brom MetiNews.Com


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