- Predictions for the FA Cup match between Sheffield Wednesday and Morecambe, which will take place on Friday.
- Hillsborough is the location of the first-round matchup, which is being played there (19:45 GMT)
- Four out of Sheffield Wednesday’s last five home matches have resulted in victories for the club.
- Will the Owls be able to keep their perfect record alive with a victory at home?
- Preview, statistics, and the latest team news
Predictions for the match between Sheffield Wednesday and Morecambe
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The home team, Sheffield Wednesday, has a lot of success, while the away team, Morecambe, struggles. At their home stadium, Hillsborough, the Owls have been dominant and have a chance to advance to the second round of the FA Cup.
Four out of Sheffield Wednesday’s last five home matches have resulted in victories for the club.
Eight of Sheffield Wednesday’s last ten matches at home have resulted in two or more goals being scored.
Two of Morecambe’s last three matches played away from home ended in defeat.
In the four previous meetings between these two teams, Sheffield Wednesday holds a 3-1 advantage over Morecambe.
Form of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club
Following a pair of draws, Sheffield Wednesday won 4-2 at home against Burton Albion to get back on track in the standings. The Owls’ previous matches against Bristol Rovers and Lincoln both ended in a 1-1 draw.
The goals scored by Barry Bannan, Michael Smith, Malik Wilks, and Fisayo Dele-Bashiru gave Wednesday a 4-0 lead before the team allowed two late goals to be scored.
After a promising start to the season, the team managed by Darren Moore currently sits in third place in League One.
Injury updates and team news for Sheffield Wednesday
Barry Bannan, a midfielder, is questionable to play.
It has been determined that defenders Reece James, Akin Famewo, and Ben Heneghan will not return.
Additionally, midfielder Dennis Adeniran will not be available.
Form of the Morecambe
With a 1-1 draw against Derby at home, Morecambe’s winless streak in League One moved to its third consecutive match. The result was the same as the previous two matches: a 1-1 draw at Wycombe and a 1-0 defeat at Cheltenham.
In their match against Derby, Morecambe only managed 10 shots out of a total of 27, and they had 41% of the possession. After Morecambe gave up a goal in the second half to make it 1-1, Jensen Weir scored the game’s first goal in the first period.
The Shrimps are currently in 22nd place in League One after only claiming two victories through their first 17 matches.
Morecambe AFC Match Reports, Injuries, and Team News
Forward Courtney Duffus has been dismissed.
When playing at home, Sheffield Wednesday is able to put up a lot of goals, which should be enough to beat a Morecambe team that is struggling. At Hillsborough, playing with a home handicap can be profitable.
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