Yorkshire news Sheffield Wednesday hold clear advantage over rivals Plymouth and Ipswich PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Darren Moore's side are involved in a three-way battle at the top of League One, with just three points separating the sides as we approach the halfway point of the season
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Sheffield Wednesday have had some pretty hectic schedules to abide to this season. Eight games were played in both August and October, leaving little wiggle room in terms of allowing players sufficient rest or giving boss Darren Moore the chance to work with his players uninterrupted on the training ground. Thankfully, the workload is easing up just as we approach the halfway point of the season. Wednesday have a flurry of blank midweeks, aside from the traditionally busy festive period. On the flipside the two sides directly above Wednesday in the League One promotion chase - Plymouth Argyle and Ipswich Town - are both in action this midweek. Read more : All the players linked with January moves to Hillsborough Both are at home on Tuesday, with the Pilgrims facing Charlton and the Tractor Boys welcoming Portsmouth in EFL Trophy knock-out ties. The fact both teams will be loathe to go out to divisional rivals as well as stringent rules relating to the number of changes that can be made, there is a strong chance each could field strong line-ups this evening.
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. That surely plays into Wednesday's hands, given they are having extended time to work on the training ground. Moore's men are at home to Mansfield in the FA Cup this coming weekend before another blank midweek precedes the league trip to Derby on December 3. He said of the lighter schedule: "It's that time of the season where, with all the travel and cup games that we've had, players are out on their feet. "So to not have a midweek game let's us assess the injuries that have come up. It gives us a full seven-day period to prepare and a break away from the league." READ MORE: History suggests Sheffield Wednesday are right on track to secure promotion to the Championship All the latest Wednesday news Full injury round-up after Windass and Iorfa scares against Shrewsbury Wednesday can't afford to make same Liam Shaw mistake Owls coach lays down gauntlet to club's promising youngsters
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