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Darren Moore provides mixed Sheffield Wednesday update following Crewe win



Sheffield Wednesday boss Darren Moore has revealed that Josh Windass and Dennis Adeniran are back involved ahead of the crucial game against Wycombe this weekend, although there was not positive news about Harlee Dean.

The Owls continued their excellent form with a 1-0 win over Crewe at Hillsborough tonight, a result which moved them up to fourth in the table. And, with Rotherham and MK Dons both losing, some may feel Wednesday still have an outside chance of securing a top two finish.

Next up, it’s a trip to Wycombe, and Moore told Yorkshire Live that they could welcome back two important players, but it appears Dean could be out.

Josh Windass and Dennis Adeniran are back in training but they need volume. Harlee Dean has picked up a little strain. He is getting intensive treatment so we will have to see how he is doing.”

Dean, who is on loan from Birmingham City, was forced off in the first half of the recent win at MK Dons.

Meanwhile, caution is likely to be shown with Windass and Adeniran, as they both haven’t featured for the past few months.

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The verdict

Having Adeniran and particularly Windass back involved will be a major boost, but Moore is likely to ease them back in considering they will both be lacking match fitness.

Obviously, not having Dean would be a setback, but they still have enough quality in the defence to cope during the run-in.

So, it’s now down to the players to continue the fine form they’ve shown recently and if they beat Wycombe on Saturday then automatic promotion may still be possible.

Thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

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