Yorkshire news David Prutton sends stark warning to Sheffield Wednesday as Brentford test looms PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Neil Thompson's troops are firmly entrenched in the Championship relegation scrap after a rollercoaster 2020/21 season. The Owls are second-from-bottom, having taken just three points from their last four matches
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Ex-Sheffield Wednesday midfielder David Prutton fears his old club could be cut adrift in the Championship relegation battle unless their results quickly improve. The Owls go to automatic promotion candidates Brentford tomorrow night on the back of 1-0 defeats at the hands of Stoke City and Birmingham City. Despite winning five of their nine league matches under caretaker manager Neil Thompson, Wednesday remain deep in relegation trouble. Thompson's side are currently second-from-bottom in the Championship, three points adrift of safety with 16 fixtures left to play. Predicting a 1-1 draw in his Sky Sports prediction column, Prutton, who spent three years at Hillsborough: "That long unbeaten run had to come to an end at some point for Brentford, although I didn't think for a minute that three defeats would follow. Read More Related Articles 'Seemed unstoppable' - Brentford insider's view on their form ahead of Sheffield Wednesday visit Read More Related Articles 'Pressure on them' - Neil Thompson begins mind games as Sheffield Wednesday prepare for Brentford challenge "They were second-best all afternoon against Coventry at the weekend and need to steady themselves quickly to remain in with a shot of automatic promotion.
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. They are still within touching distance of safety at the moment but could soon be cut adrift if things don't improve. I'm going to stick my neck out here and say they'll pick up a draw in west London." Thompson will have to make one enforced change in midfield, with Liam Shaw to begin a two-match ban following his dismissal last weekend. Joey Pelupessy, Fisayo Dele-Bashiru and Izzy Brown are pushing for recalls.
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