Date:Monday April 23 2007
This week's Vital Sheffield Wednesday poll is asking you whether Wednesday can make their superb end of season pay off and reach the play-offs - so have your say now!
Wednesday found themselves looking towards a relatively dull end of season as they sat in mid-table at the start of March following a less than impressive start to 2007.
But a superb run of eleven matches without defeat - and five wins on the spin - have seen Brian Laws steer the Owls to within just two points of a top-six finish this term with just two tough fixtures remaining to decide their fate.
It's still a tough task for the Owls, but we're asking you, the fans, if you believe Wednesday can continue their superb form and squeeze in to the play-off spots in the dying stages of the season.
Wednesday face a huge task to keep their slim hopes alive as they travel to promotion chasing Birmingham City on Saturday for their penultimate fixture of the season at St Andrew's.
Steve Bruce's men could secure their return to the Premiership with a victory against Wednesday should other results go there way, and the Blues will be desperate to grab a win in their final home fixture of the season in front of what's sure to be a bumper crowd in the Midlands.
And should Wednesday still be in with a shout of a top-six spot going in to the final game of the season, Brian Laws men must surely fancy their chances against Norwich City at Hillsborough.
Whatever the outcomes in the final two games of the season, Wednesday will have secured their highest finish since relegation from the Premiership all those seasons ago.
But we want to know whether you think the play-offs are still on - so have your say now by voting in this week's poll, and also having your say on the Vital Sheffield Wednesday forum by CLICKING HERE
Date:Monday April 23 2007
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