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SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY V SWANSEA CITY

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THIS is another intresting game,they play open football,should be a good game,whats your thoughts on this one?

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Don"t know about interesting Basset, boring mid table clash, nothing to play for really..another game for Bruce to get to know his intentions... having said that, 3pts Sat. and 3pts Tuesday and who knows...its not over till the fat lady sings. :hihi:.

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Expect some changes with Thornily and Boyd injured and FF suspended, may be an oppotunity for Iorfa and Aaronns to stake a claim.

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Wednesday too slick against such poorly trained opponents

 

2-0 win

Edited by rogets

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 My stsrting  eleven would be in a 3-5-2 formation.

                                                                       Westwood

                          Lees                                  Hector                              Iorfa

    Palmer                       Reach      Hutchinson           Bannan      Lazaar

                                                       Fletcher         Joao

   

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Swansea did a job on us, but I don't believe they are all that in the slightest. They have a few individual players who are capable of turning up and hurting you if you give them too much respect, however as a team they are remotely average as the league suggests. The manner in which we lost to them was frustrating really because they simply stifled us out of the game by preventing us from playing. 

 

I truthfully believe that this game COULD potentially go either way. I think it has the potential to become a little congested in the middle of the park and I think whichever team breaks out of that will be the one who knicks it. I don't expect a prolific performance from either side based on previous performances. 

 

Swansea did a decent job on Reading away (1-4) and held Brum to a draw at home (3-3) but I don't expect them to bang in this many against Wednesday if they stay disciplined at the back.  If they back off however, it could flaw all of the above and Wednesday may well lose handsomely. 

 

 

 

 

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Today’s line up against Swansea:

Westwood

Palmer

Fletcher        

Bannan

Lees

Joao

Reach

Hutchinson

Hector

Lazaar

Aarons


Subs: 
Dawson, Iorfa, Pudil, Jones, Pelupessy, Matias, Nuhiu,

 

A few changes today.

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As predicted by me Wednesday are already 2-0

 

When you have one team with an average wage bill of £50,000 per week per player playing a team with an average wage bill of £500 per week per player there can only be one outcome

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1 hour ago, rogets said:

As predicted by me Wednesday are already 2-0

 

When you have one team with an average wage bill of £50,000 per week per player playing a team with an average wage bill of £500 per week per player there can only be one outcome

Which team are the 500 quid one ?

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Well a game of 2 halves ,the Owls totaly dominating the game & 3 .0 deservedly. 

Came out second & a bit slugish on our approach but without them causing to much concern at all then a couple substitutes from Bruce with one being Matais who was at fault to them scoring but hey oh very satisfactory result & on to Tuesday., WAWAW .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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37 minutes ago, St Petre said:

Which team are the 500 quid one ?

Swansea

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Excellent performance (the best of the season) 3-0 at half time (could have been more) slowed slightly the 2nd half but still looked comfortable.

 

Lazaar, Aaron's and Palmer the stand outs!

 

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