Sheffield Wednesday take on Huddersfield Town tonight at the John Smith’s Stadium, with Tony Pulis looking for his first victory as Owls boss.
Tonight, the Wednesday boss has opted for just a single change following Saturday’s defeat at Norwich City.
That comes in the form of Massimo Luongo, who returns to the side following suspension. Joost van Aken is the man to drop out of the XI and onto the bench.
Joe Wildsmith continues in goal, with Pulis opting for what looks like a five-man defence.
Dominic Iorfa, Tom Lees and Julian Borner would be at centre-back, with Adam Reach and Moses Odubajo as wing-backs.
Callum Paterson, Luongo and skipper, Barry Bannan could make up a midfield three, with Kadeem Harris and Josh Windass in attack.
Whilst the bulk of Wednesday fans are happy with the selection, they are confused over the system Pulis has opted for.
We dive into that confusion here…
Can you start doing the starting xi in formation please? It'll save me wrecking me head trying to work it out.
— TheLeroy (@theleroy) December 8, 2020
I can’t work out a formation from this lineup. Any help?
— Tom C (@tommycarter10) December 8, 2020
Has to be 442 surely
— dan𓅓 (@__danknight__) December 8, 2020
Same formation as Saturday 5-4-1 👍🏼 van aken was not playing left back Saturday
— Paul Bellwood (@bolsawud) December 8, 2020
3 at the back with reach and odubajo as wingbacks??
— Brendan Jennings (@daddybren) December 8, 2020
352/532. Mo and Reach wing backs, Harris and Windass up top?
— Nathan Blood (@nattasswfc) December 8, 2020
4 4 1 1?
— NEVSTER1867 (@nevillejohnwood) December 8, 2020