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Owls' Baggies Clash Switched

Wednesday's scheduled Championship clash away at West Bromwich Albion has been moved due to the Baggies' success in the FA Cup.

The game was originally penned in for Saturday, February 13.

But West Brom's victory over Newcastle United in the FA Cup fourth round at the weekend has meant Roberto Di Matteo's men will enjoy continued success in the competition on the weekend they were meant to be up against the Owls.

As a result the clash has been switched to Tuesday, March 9, kick-off 7.45pm.

It means Wednesday will now face three away games on the spin.

Away matches at Swansea City and Preston North End both follow, meaning the Owls will have three away games in seven days.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 25 2010

Time: 3:20PM

 

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