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Preview: Sheffield Wednesday v Bolton Wanderers

26 November 2018

Bolton Wanderers take on Sheffield Wednesday in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday 27 November. With that said, bwfc.co.uk have produced five things to take into this midweek evening clash.

1. Squad Update

During Monday’s press conference in preview on the Sheffield Wednesday away clash, manager Phil Parkinson spoke to bwfc.co.uk and gave an update on the squad.

Parkinson said: “We have picked up a few bumps and bruises from the last game.”

“Will Buckley and Josh Magennis in particular picked up knocks but fortunately we took them off at the right times.

“We will take a big squad with us tomorrow afternoon and pick the team accordingly.”

2. A Game to Remember

In March 2018, Wanderers visited Hillsborough as Phil Parkinson’s men took on Wednesday and on 78 minutes, George Boyd looked to have won it for Jos Luhukay’s side.

However in stoppage time, step forward Aaron Wilbraham to earn a point for the Whites!

To watch the highlights of this game, click the link below!

3. The Boss

Jos Luhukay took over the role as Wednesday boss in January 2018, replacing Carlos Carvalhal and becoming the Owls’ 33rd manager in the entire club’s history.

Following a ten-year playing career in Germany and his native Holland, Luhukay took over as SV Straelen boss just a month after retiring.

It wasn’t until 2007, when he was managing Borussia Monchengladbach, that he earned his first managerial honour by with the 2. Bundesliga.

He then finished runners-up with FC Ausburg in 2010/11 in the same division, followed by becoming champions again with Hertha BSC in 2012/13.

Following a short spell at VfB Stuttgart, Luhukay joined Wednesday in his first managerial role in English football.

4. New Faces at Hillsborough

In the summer transfer window brought in a couple of new names to Hillsborough to bolster their squad.

Josh Onomah signed a loan deal from Tottenham Hotspur on deadline day in August.

Onomah has international honours to go with his impressive resume, by winning the UEFA Under-17 European Championship in 2014, followed by triumphing at Under-20 level by winning the U20 World Cup in 2017.

Another loan signing brought in was Michael Hector from Chelsea.

The defender has had various loan spells throughout his nine year professional career, including a spell in Germany at Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Jamaican international was involved in the Reggae Boyz CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign in 2015, where they finished as runners-up to Mexico.

5. Pay on the Day

Wanderers supporters will be able to buy tickets from the turnstiles, at Hillsborough, tomorrow night. Prices do not increase on the night, however under 5’s are not available.

Advanced sales from Bolton Wanderers are still available via the phone lines & in person at Bolton Central until 12 noon tomorrow, after which time, no sales or refunds can be processed.

Ticket Prices:

Adults: £30
Over-65s: £20
Under-21s:£20
Under-17s: £15
Under-11s: £10
Under-5s: £5

How To Buy

Phone – 0844 871 2932 (option 2 then option 1)
In Person – Visit Bolton Central

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Match Reports

Report: Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Bolton Wanderers

27 November 2018

Wanderers suffered a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday evening, with a Tom Lees header in the second half the difference maker in this clash.

Team News

Phil Parkinson made two changes from the starting eleven that lined up against MIillwall.

Jack Hobbs replaced David Wheater at the back, with Will Buckley dropping out for Yanic Wlidschut.

First Half

Adam Reach played in Marco Matias just after the tenth minute, but his effort was blocked by a diving Marc Wilson before Mark Beevers cleared the danger.

Sammy Ameobi reacted with a chance for Wanderers on 16 minutes, with a 25 yard powerful drive at goal that saw Cameron Dawson produce a diving save to his left.

Reach wormed his way down that right flank shortly after, creating space to put a cross into the area to find Steven Fletcher.

Wednesday’s number nine couldn’t get the ball out of his feet and thus put his effort wide.

Barry Bannan had a speculative effort from all of 30 yards deflected for a corner, which was then resolutely defended by the Wanderers defence.

Ameobi was at it again with four minutes to go, as a deflected left-footed effort had Dawson scrambling to turn it behind his goal.

Second Half

Following the restart and Reach went close for the home side, as his looping effort sailed just wide of Alnwick’s post.

Owls’ captain Tom Lees put the home side in the lead on 57 minutes.

A drilled corner into the Whites penalty area from Joey Pelupessy found Tom Lees who nodded home from close distance.

Just past the hour mark and shouts went up from Phil Parkinson’s men as Yanic Wildschut went down in the box seemingly being impeded, however the referee waved away the protests.

Ameobi flew a shot in from distance shortly after, with his powerfully struck effort flying inches over the crossbar.

Just over 15 minutes to go and Wednesday had another effort as Nuhiu won back possession on the right flank to find former Wanderers midfielder Barry Bannan on the edge of the box.

The Scotsman tried to curl his shot into the far left corner but couldn’t produce as the result flew wide of the mark.

Wanderers responded with a chance of their own with 12 minutes to play.

Link-up play between second half substitutes Christian Doidge and Clayton Donaldson saw the latter through on goal.

Unfortunately for the Jamaican international, he miscued his effort as it went wide of Dawson’s net.

Joe Williams nearly had Wanderers equaliser with seven minutes to play, as the ball ricocheted to the Everton loanee on the 18-yard-box.

He set himself and fired goalward but put too much on it, as the effort was sent wide of Wednesday’s goal.

Second half sub Lucas Joao nearly had the Owls’ second shortly after entering the game as Reach played in the Portuguese winger, but pressure from Will Buckley saw him send his effort far over the bar.

With two minutes of regular time to play and Wednesday pressed for their second.

A free-kick rebounded out to Reach for the home side, but his effort could only find Wanderers side netting.

Full Time

Wanderers XI: Alnwick (C), Taylor, Lowe, Beevers, Ameobi, Hobbs, Olkowski (Donaldson 68), Wilson (Buckley 83), J. Williams, Magennis (Doidge 68), Wildschut.

Unused substitutes: Matthews, Vela, Grounds, Wheater.

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Ticket News

Pay on the day confirmed for Sheffield Wednesday

26 November 2018

Wanderers supporters will be able to buy tickets from the turnstiles, at Hillsborough, tomorrow night. Prices do not increase on the night, however under 5’s are not available.

Advanced sales from Bolton Wanderers are still available via the phone lines & in person at Bolton Central until 12 noon tomorrow, after which time, no sales or refunds can be processed.

Ticket Prices:

Adults: £30
Over-65s: £20
Under-21s:£20
Under-17s: £15
Under-11s: £10
Under-5s: £5

How To Buy

Phone – 0844 871 2932 (option 2 then option 1)
In Person – Visit Bolton Central

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