Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

Mark McGuinness scored a first-half winner as Sheffield Wednesday stored the stress up on the League One pacesetters with a 1-0 victory over Shrewsbury.

McGuinness headed house the one objective of the sport six minutes earlier than the break as Wednesday closed the hole to Plymouth to a few factors, with the leaders being held by Burton.

The objective got here in the direction of the top of what had been a irritating first half for the house aspect, with former Wednesday defender Chey Dunkley blocking most of what got here his method.

Fisayo Dele-Bashiru and Josh Windass had the perfect of the possibilities for the Owls however Shrewsbury held agency till the thirty ninth minute.

The hosts lastly broke the impasse when skipper Barry Bannan whipped in a nook and McGuinness rose highest to go house his first objective for the membership.

Shrewsbury had an opportunity to stage halfway by means of the second half however Taylor Moore noticed his effort go huge of David Stockdale’s objective.

Wednesday’s greatest alternative to double their benefit got here when Bannan was put by means of on objective however visiting keeper Marko Marosi saved and substitute Lee Gregory couldn’t convert his follow-up.

The hosts had been nearly made to pay for not ending the sport off when Matthew Pennington practically grabbed an equaliser with a curling shot that went simply huge, with the Owls having to defend frantically within the dying moments to return away with the victory.

Match report provided by PA Media.

Line-ups

Sheff Wed

Formation 4-3-3

31Stockdale

6Iorfa20Ihiekwe34McGuinness33James

17Dele-Bashiru19Bakinson10Bannan

11Windass24Smith45Mighten

31Stockdale6IorfaSubstituted forPalmerat 83’minutes20Ihiekwe34McGuinness33James17Dele-BashiruSubstituted forVaulksat 83’minutes19Bakinson10Bannan11WindassSubstituted forWilksat 76’minutesBooked at 90mins24Smith45MightenSubstituted forGregoryat 69’minutesSubstitutes2Palmer4Vaulks7Wilks9Gregory13Paterson22Shipston25DawsonShrewsbury

Formation 3-4-1-2

1Marosi

5Pennington22Dunkley33Flanagan

6Moore7Winchester3Leahy26Shipley

20Bayliss

24Saydee14Street

1Marosi5Pennington22Dunkley33Flanagan6Moore7Winchester3Leahy26ShipleySubstituted forPykeat 76’minutesBooked at 82mins20Bayliss24Saydee14StreetSubstituted forBloxhamat 80’minutesSubstitutes9Bowman13Burgoyne15Pyke18Bloxham30Barlow35Bailey36Hutchings

Referee:Andy Woolmer

Attendance:24,271

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Match ends, Sheffield Wednesday 1, Shrewsbury City 0.

Second Half ends, Sheffield Wednesday 1, Shrewsbury City 0.

Try blocked. Tom Bloxham (Shrewsbury City) proper footed shot from outdoors the field is blocked. Assisted by Cheyenne Dunkley.

Try blocked. Tom Bloxham (Shrewsbury City) proper footed shot from outdoors the field is blocked.

Mallik Wilks (Sheffield Wednesday) is proven the yellow card.

Foul by Michael Smith (Sheffield Wednesday).

Matthew Pennington (Shrewsbury City) wins a free kick within the defensive half.

Lee Gregory (Sheffield Wednesday) wins a free kick within the attacking half.

Foul by Carl Winchester (Shrewsbury City).

Nook, Shrewsbury City. Conceded by Michael Ihiekwe.

Liam Palmer (Sheffield Wednesday) wins a free kick within the defensive half.

Foul by Rekeil Pyke (Shrewsbury City).

Try missed. Luke Leahy (Shrewsbury City) header from the centre of the field is shut, however misses to the left. Assisted by Tom Bayliss with a cross following a set piece state of affairs.

Foul by Liam Palmer (Sheffield Wednesday).

Tom Flanagan (Shrewsbury City) wins a free kick on the left wing.

Substitution, Sheffield Wednesday. Will Vaulks replaces Fisayo Dele-Bashiru.

Substitution, Sheffield Wednesday. Liam Palmer replaces Dominic Iorfa.

Rekeil Pyke (Shrewsbury City) is proven the yellow card for a nasty foul.

Michael Ihiekwe (Sheffield Wednesday) wins a free kick within the defensive half.

Foul by Rekeil Pyke (Shrewsbury City).

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