Laws Relishing Easter Clashes
Wednesday may still be huge outsiders for a place in the play-offs - but boss Brian Laws still can't wait to get the exciting Easter period under way at Cardiff tomorrow.
The Owls will travel down to Ninian Park on a seven game unbeaten run and still with talk of a possible play-off place up for grabs - and the Owls boss insists his side can't wait for the games to come thick and fast.
'Whenever you're in good form you always want the games to come thick and fast and here we go we've got them coming thick and fast,' he told the official SWFC site.
'We're playing Cardiff on Saturday and then straight away we have the Monday game, so it gives us a good platform. Seven games undefeated will certainly give us a great opportunity going to the likes of Cardiff and then come home and show the supporters what we've been doing away from home because they've not seen us for a wee while. I'm looking forward to it; the Easter programme always seems to be exciting for one thing or another.'
But the Owls boss has insisted that the trip to Wales will be as tough as anything they've encountered recently with the Bluebirds still hot in the chase for the play-offs under boss Dave Jones.
'Looking at the way things are panning out, they (Cardiff) have to beat us Saturday so they're going to be coming out all guns blazing and that in itself makes us feel more comfortable the fact that they're going to leave gaps. Gaps that we can exploit; they're not going to be wanting to defend they will come out and attack.' he continued.
'I think it will be an attractive game, we're certainly a team that goes out there and tries to play - tries to make it an attractive game for all supporters. We don't deliberately go out and do that because you're plan is to win games, but the fact that we've got good footballers and the way we want to play seems to combine really well. We're getting the attractive football and the results with it.'