Our prediction for this League 1 match:
Highbury Stadium will host Tuesday’s Championship game between Fleetwood Town and Sheffield Wednesday. The Cod Army aim to move away from the relegation zone, and we are positive that they will leave their hearts on the field. Wales forward Ellis Harrison limped off with injury in a 1-1 draw with AFC Wimbledon, while Paddy Lane is in the middle of his three-game ban.
The Owls, on the other hand, aim to make amends for a heart-breaking loss to Wycombe Wanderers. Wednesday are eyeing a spot in the playoffs, and seeing that they will go for a win as well, both teams to score betting option should be considered. As for the visiting side, both Josh Windass and Dennis Adeniran remain in the recovery room, while Sam Hutchinson and Harlee Dean are major doubts.
Highlighted Player (Callum Camps):
Callum Camps is yet another product of Rochdale football school. Born in Stockport, England on November 30, 1995, Camps came through Rochdale youth team before making his senior debut on April 13, 2013 in a 2-2 draw with Port Vale.
He has been playing for the Dale ever since and it has to be noted that his most successful season was the 2016/2017 as he scored eight goals in 44 appearances in the League one for the club. Despite being born in England, Callum Caps is eligible to play for Northern Ireland national team through his grandmother, but he has only one cap with the Northern Ireland U21 team.
He made his debut with the U21 team in a 2-1 loss to Macedonia on October 13, 2015. His main position is central midfield, but he is capable of playing as both defensive and attacking midfielder as well.
Highlighted Team (Sheffield Wednesday):
Sheffield Wednesday are one of the two famous clubs from the city of Sheffield (South Yorkshire). The Owls compete in the English second tier (Championship) and they play their home matches at Hillsborough.
The venue was the scene of the Hillsborough disaster which occurred in 1989 when 96 Liverpool supporters were crushed to death in the FA Cup semi-final. It has to be noted that the World Cup (1966) and the Euro (1996) matches were played at Hillsborough.
Sheffield Wednesday have won four First Division trophies (1902/2903, 1903/1904, 1928/1929, 1929/2930) and they finished the 1960/1961 campaign in second place in the standings. The Owls have clinched three FA Cup trophies (1896, 1907, 1935), with the team winning the League Cup in 1991.
Sheffield Wednesday defeated English giants Manchester United (1-0) in the title game. Sheffield United are regarded as the Owls’ main rivals and the two teams face each other in the Steel City derby.