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Wednesday Await JP Trophy Draw

Wednesday will be entered into the hat for the second round draw for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, which takes place tomorrow morning on Sky's Soccer AM.

We say hat, but we understand they're just big cards with the names of the clubs still involved in the competition, which are selected by Soccer AM presenters during tomorrow morning's show.

Still, although it may not be the League Cup or FA Cup draw, and can still provide some entertainment for Owls fans, especially with no match for Wednesday tomorrow (this weekend's game is at Brentford on Sky, on Sunday).

The draw will still be split into north and south sections, limited the sides that Wednesday can come up against.

But they will be favourites to lift the trophy at Wembley now, especially after Southampton were dumped out of the competition by Swindon Town at home in midweek.

The Owls, of course, progressed to the next round thanks to a 2-1 victory against Notts County, with James O'Connor netting both goals.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 3 2010

Time: 3:33PM

Your Comments

anybody know the teams who we can draw in the next round. would like to draw chesterfield away.
Wednesdayforlife
Yeah, living in Chesterfield myself, it would be nice to get them at their new ground. UTO!!!
Hickyowl1977
Chesterfield at home good draw
ecco owl
ye should get through.wish we had drawn them away
Wednesdayforlife
Yes it would have been nice to have been drawn away Wednesdayforlife, but how many Wednesday fans would have got tickets for the game, all Chesterfield fans would have come out of the woodwork knowing that they are playing the biggest club in Yorkshire, and we would have got about 1,000 tickets, this way everybody gets to see the game and John Sheridan back at Hillsborough, it should be a good night, plus Rotherham will be jealous to death that it not them coming to our world cup ground.
ecco owl
I happy with that. Hope it's only a fiver again.
S12 OWL
Id say second biggest after Leeds, After all champions league etc
JoeDH
Champions league? nice to see your not living in the past. now they are simply championship relegation fodder being ran by captain birdseye.
DEZZYP
Im a wednesday fan - just a realistic one
JoeDH
 

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