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Sheffield Wednesday v Blackburn Rovers

Published on: 16 January 2020

Tony Mowbray's Blackburn Rovers are 13th in the Championship and five points off the play-off placesFollow live text coverage from 12:15 GMT on Saturday

Sheffield Wednesday could have captain Tom Lees back when they welcome Blackburn Rovers in the Championship on Saturday.

Lees missed the Owls' win against second-placed Leeds United because of injury but has returned this week.

Blackburn will be without Corry Evans after he suffered a fractured skull and shattered eye socket against Preston.

Ryan Nyambe could return to the side after he limped off against Preston with a hamstring problem.

Match facts

    Sheffield Wednesday have won their last three home league games against Blackburn since losing 2-1 in March 2015. Blackburn are looking to complete a league double over Sheffield Wednesday for the first time since the 1994-95 season, when they won the Premier League title. Sheffield Wednesday haven't won three consecutive games in all competitions since April 2018 under Jos Luhukay. Blackburn Rovers have lost seven of their last 10 away games in all competitions (W2 D1 L7), losing each of their last three in a row. Sheffield Wednesday winger Kadeem Harris has created 28 chances following a ball carry in the Championship this season - seven more than any other player. Blackburn have won just one of their five league games not to feature Bradley Dack this season (20%), compared to 41% with him in the team (9 of 22).


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