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    Sheffield Wednesday to beat Stoke on Tuesday

    Sheffield Wednesday vs Stoke City Preview 22/10/2019

    21 October 2019 | Championship | Preview
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    Sheffield Wednesday to beat Stoke on Tuesday

    Sheffield Wednesday’s steady progress under new manager, Garry Monk, continued on Friday night with a point away from home in the televised 1-1 draw away at Cardiff City which means that Monk’s new side have suffered just 1 defeat out of their last 6 matches overall in the Championship.

    Wednesday’s one defeat during this recent 6-match sequence was a narrow 1-0 loss away at Hull City but wins over Huddersfield Town, Middlesbrough and Wigan Athletic have helped maintain The Owls’ challenge for a possible play-off spot later in the season.

    Sheffield Wednesday sit in 8th place and are just 1 point adrift of 6th placed Preston North End, so all three points against visitors, Stoke City, at Hillsborough on Tuesday night could see Sheffield Wednesday move into the top six.

    The hosts have lost just 1 of their opening 5 matches at Hillsborough so far in this new campaign which was a 2-1 loss to QPR, but having dealt out defeats to Barnsley, Luton Town and Wigan Athletic, The Owls will be confident they can grab all three points in this clash.

    After literally months of frustration and disappointment, finally Stoke City’s fans have had something to cheer about in manager, Nathan Jones’s tenure at The Potters as the visitors have registered back-to-back wins either side of the international break.

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    Wins recorded against 3rd placed Swansea City and Fulham seemed highly unlikely given Stoke’s woeful 16-match sequence without a win in the Championship, but the owners have stuck by Jones far longer than previous managers, and they now seem to have been rewarded for their endless patience in the Welsh manager.

    It will no doubt be interesting to see if Stoke City really have turned the corner in terms of an upturn in fortunes and form, and this trip to face an in-form and solid outfit in the shape of Sheffield Wednesday will be a good yardstick for Jones and his squad to measure against on Tuesday night.

    The fact remains though, that Stoke have managed to register just 1 win out of their first 5 away matches of this new Championship season (at Swansea City), and having suffered defeats at Charlton Athletic, Preston North End and Birmingham City, Stoke still look to have their work cut out ahead of this clash.

    Sheffield Wednesday could therefore just nick the points in this one.

    Home team - Away team Probability in% Forebet Correct score Avg. goals Weather conditions Odds Kelly Criterion Score
    1 X 2
    Championship | Round 13, Regular Season
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    Sheffield WednesdayStoke City
    22/10/2019 20:45 GMT
    473221 1 2 - 0 2.18 2.37 0.08
    FT
    1 - 0
    (1 - 0)

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    OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
    1. West Bromwich 33 16 9 6 1 29 17 12
    2. Preston North End 31 16 9 4 3 31 17 14
    3. Leeds United 31 16 9 4 3 21 9 12
    4. Swansea City 29 16 8 5 3 22 16 6
    5. Nottingham Forest 28 15 8 4 3 20 13 7
    6. Bristol City 28 16 7 7 2 25 21 4
    7. Fulham 26 16 7 5 4 24 17 7
    8. Sheffield Wednesday 25 16 7 4 5 21 14 7
    9. Brentford 24 16 7 3 6 21 13 8
    10. QPR 24 16 7 3 6 26 30 -4
    11. Charlton Athletic 22 16 6 4 6 22 19 3
    12. Hull City 22 16 6 4 6 23 21 2
    13. Birmingham City 22 16 7 1 8 16 21 -5
    14. Cardiff City 21 16 5 6 5 23 23 0
    15. Millwall 21 16 5 6 5 19 22 -3
    16. Derby County 21 16 5 6 5 18 21 -3
    17. Reading 18 15 5 3 7 19 20 -1
    18. Blackburn Rovers 18 16 5 3 8 20 24 -4
    19. Huddersfield 16 16 4 4 8 18 24 -6
    20. Wigan Athletic 15 16 4 3 9 13 24 -11
    21. Luton Town 14 16 4 2 10 22 30 -8
    22. Middlesbrough 13 16 2 7 7 13 21 -8
    23. Stoke City 11 16 3 2 11 17 29 -12
    24. Barnsley 9 16 1 6 9 16 33 -17

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