Thank you all for joining us in this intense duel with an exciting ending, it has been a pleasure to be with all of you. See you all again!
Five minutes of added time;
Byers’ shot goes wide
Final stretch of the match and the score is still tied at one, both looking for their first win in the EFL Championship this season
Bakinson’s shot from outside the area does not find the goalkeeper;
The locals exhaust the changes with the entry of Palmer and Bakinson to replace Delgado and Buckley.
Coburn’s shot at the far post goes wide;
Double change for Sheffield Wednesday, Gregory and Byers come in for Fletcher and Hendrick
Matt Crooks scores, but the goal has been disallowed for offside;
MIDDLESBROUGH EQUALIZED. Lenihan’s corner kick was headed in by Lenihan to bring the score back to level.
Silveira’s long shot is saved by goalkeeper Vásquez;
The second half starts with a change for Middlesbrough as Isaiah Jones enters the fray
The first half ended with an advantage for Sheffield Wednesday;
Valentin’s ball to Fletcher, but goalkeeper Dieng appeared to get enough of a touch to prevent the attacker from shooting;
Six minutes added to this first part;
Sheffield Wednesday takes the lead after Valent n and Bernard connect with Bernard, who gives way to Musaba, who scores with only three minutes on the pitch.
Forced change at Sheffield Wednesday and Musaba comes in instead of Windass
First arrival with danger for Middlesbrough with Silvera’s shot, which was saved by goalkeeper Famewo
Bannan’s aerial cross fell to Fletcher, but goalkeeper Dieng came out to clear the danger
Bannan’s shot goes over the goal
Bannan’s free-kick touched a defender and was almost caught by Fletcher, who was at the far post.
Delgado arrives from the left, who crosses it and finishes it from Valentín, but it is saved by goalkeeper Dieng.
The 22 players are already on the field ready for the match to start in a few moments.
The match between Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough will be officiated by English referee David Webb. This will be his sixth EFL Championship match this season;
Both teams are looking for their first EFL Championship win of the season to help them climb out of the relegation places.
In a few minutes we will start with the match between Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough, both the preview and the minute by minute of the match can be followed here on VAVEL.
Middlesbrough, who have yet to win this season in the EFL Championship, are not much better. A team that came close to promotion to the Premier League last season, but was eliminated in the semifinals of the Playoffs. In their last match they lost against Blackburn. The only victory they have achieved this season was in the Carabao Cup where they eliminated Bolton 1-3. Right now they are bottom of the English silver division with only one point.
They are still unbeaten so far in the 2023/24 season with only one point scored. In their last match they were defeated at home against Ipswich by the minimum. In addition, they have already been eliminated from the Carabao Cup. They are second last in the EFL Championship standings with only one point.
The balance of the head-to-head record between these two teams is very even. Sheffield Wednesday have won 48 times, while Middlesbrough have won 46 times. While 17 times the clash has ended in a draw. They have not met since April 2021 in a duel that Middlesbrough won at home by 3-1.
Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough will face each other in the EFL Championship matchday 7 fixture.
My name is Manuel Carmona Hidalgo and I will be your antifrion for this match. We will offer you the pre-match analysis and news here on VAVEL.