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Sheffield Wednesday are managed by Carlos Carvalhal who replaced Stuart Gray in June 2015. The Portuguese coach has proved to be a hit to far, leading the Owls to the League Cup quarter-finals, and the play-offs in what was a successful debut campaign.
For the large part of it Sheff Wed have had a troublesome time since they were relegated from the Premier League in 200. The Owls have been stuck in England's second and third tiers, although they have been in the Championship since 2012, and now the focus is very much on returning to the Premier League.
Sheff Wed have won the First Division title on four occasions, however, the last one came way back in 1930. The club also have three FA Cups to their name as well as a League Cup, which was their last major piece of Silverware in the year 1991.
Sheffield Wednesday have reaped 6 wins in the last 10 games, beating Huddersfield Town, Newcastle United, Rotherham United, Barnsley, Preston North End and Wolverhampton Wanderers. 2 draws against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Preston North End and defeats to Middlesbrough and Reading has seen them score 12 at an average of 1.2 goals per game while shipping 7.
|21 Jan||Brighton and Hove Albion||15:00||Sheffield Wednesday|
|28 Jan||Sheffield Wednesday||15:00||Brentford|
|31 Jan||Bristol City||19:45||Sheffield Wednesday|
|04 Feb||Wigan Athletic||15:00||Sheffield Wednesday|
|11 Feb||Sheffield Wednesday||15:00||Birmingham City|
|14 Feb||Sheffield Wednesday||19:45||Blackburn Rovers|
|21 Jan||@ Brighton and Hove Albion||15:00|
|28 Jan||vs Brentford||15:00|
|31 Jan||@ Bristol City||19:45|
|04 Feb||@ Wigan Athletic||15:00|
|11 Feb||vs Birmingham City||15:00|
|14 Feb||vs Blackburn Rovers||19:45|