Our match prediction:
Legendary Hillsborough Stadium will host the match between Sheffield Wednesdays and Bristol City. The Owls put an end to their four-game winless run at the weekend, with the team beating Wigan Athletic in front of home fans. Sheffield Wednesday aim to climb to the top half of the standings, but Tuesday’s football match against Bristol City will be anything but a walk in the park for the hosts. The Robins did well to beat Aston Villa in their last home game in the Championship and they head into the game following a 2-2 draw with Rotherham United. Seeing that Tuesday’s match will be played at Hillsborough Stadium, there is every chance we will see a close encounter on Matchday 7. Taking everything into account, we predict that the two teams are going to share the spoils this time out, but we would not be surprised if fans see a high-scoring affair.
Highligted Player (Sam Hutchinson):
Sam Hutchinson is a defender who is capable of playing as both right and centre back. The English footballer, who was born on 3 August, 1989 is capable of playing as a defensive midfielder as well, but he doesn’t score too many goals. Hutchinson was born in Windsor, Berkshire and he began his youth career at Chelsea. The defender made just five appearances for Chelsea and it has to be noted that he played on loan at Nottingham Forest, Vitesse and Sheffield Wednesday. On 23 May 2014 Chelsea released him, meaning that he was available for free transfer. Hutchinson signed a permanent deal with the Owls on 8 July, 2014. The 182-cm-tall defender played 25 games for Sheffield Wednesday in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign, but he did not find the net for the Hillsborough outfit. Sam Hutchinson is married to Jennifer, who gave birth to their daughter. His father Eddie Hutchinson had a career in non-League football.
Highlighted Team (Bristol City):
Bristol City are one of the two famous clubs from the city of Bristol. Formed in 1894 the Robins mostly participated in English lower leagues and they have never played in the Premier League. Bristol City’s bitterest rivals are Bristol Rovers and it has to be noted that two teams first met in 1897. Bristol City have outplayed their local rivals on 43 occasions in the Bristol Derby. Cardiff City are regarded as Bristol City’s bitter rivals as well. The Robins play their home games at Ashton Gate, the stadium that was opened in 1887. Bristol City were semi-finalists of the League Cup two times (1970/1971, 1988/1989), with the team making it to the FA Cup final in 1909. The Robins faced Manchester United in the title game, but they failed to upset the English giants in the Crystal Palace clash. It is well known that Bristol City footballers wear red shirts and blue shorts.