Sheffield Wednesday will be looking to deliver a response to their recent defeat to Oxford United in League One when they host Bolton Wanderers at Hillsborough tomorrow.
The Owls conceded a last-minute goal in their showdown with the Yellows last weekend as James Henry scored for Karl Robinson’s side.
Currently 12th in the League One standings, Wednesday know that they will have to be at their very best on Saturday in order to secure a positive result against a Bolton outfit who are currently thriving under the guidance of manager Ian Evatt.
The Owls are set to be without Bailey Peacock-Farrell for this particular fixture due to the fact that the goalkeeper is currently on international duty whilst Josh Windass will once again be forced to watch on from the sidelines as he continues to recover from a serious hamstring injury.
Here, we take a look at how Wednesday could line up for tomorrow’s showdown with Bolton…
When you consider that Wednesday manager Darren Moore has used the 4-2-3-1 formation on numerous occasions this season, he is likely to stick with this particular set up against Bolton.
Wildsmith is set to replace Peacock-Farrell in goal and will be determined to deliver an eye-catching display at Hillsborough.
Dominic Iorfa will be partnered in the heart of the defence by Chey Dunkley whilst Liam Palmer and Marvin Johnson will occupy the full-back positions.
Lewis Wing is set to feature in central midfield alongside Dennis Adeniran who has scored two league goals for the Owls during the current campaign.
Olamide Shodipo is likely to start on the left-hand side of midfield whilst Barry Bannan will play in the hole behind the striker.
Saido Berahino could be drafted in as a replacement for Lee Gregory if Moore wants to use Callum Paterson as a centre-forward in tomorrow’s meeting with Bolton.
By producing a positive display against Bolton, Berahino could help his side seal a much-needed win in-front of the club’s supporters.
Paterson meanwhile will be hoping to find the back of the net for the third game in a row after scoring against Oxford and Wigan Athletic.