Date:Tuesday May 1 2007
Wednesday go in to their final match of the season with only pride to play for - should Laws give some of the fringe players a chance or play a full-strength side?
Back in early March when the Owls were looking towards a mid-table finish the Owls boss insisted he would give some of the fringe and young players a chance once the play-offs were mathematically out of reach.
It's been a long time coming, unfortunately some might say, but Wednesday now have their final match of the season with nothing to play for - so we're asking you whether Laws should go out on a high by fielding a full-strength side or whether he should give other players a chance to prove themselves and give others a rest.
Defender John Hills has already shown his frustration at not being able to prove himself to his gaffer after returning from injury, and will be hoping to be involved in the final match of the season at home to Norwich City on Sunday.
And Laws also revealed that he would be looking to give some of the younger players such as Rocky Lekaj and Mark Beevers another chance before the end of the campaign after the young duo broke in to the first team earlier in the season.
Leon Clarke will also be looking towards the clash as a platform to continue his progression in the blue and white shirt and hopefully show the Hillsborough faithful just what he's capable of.
Midfielder Yoann Folly will also be keen to get a game after being down the pecking order behind Glenn Whelan, Kenny Lunt and Steve Watson in the last few weeks, while Marcus Tudgay will fancy his chances back in the Owls attack in light of Jermaine Johnson's return to full training.
So what do you think? Vote now on the Vital Sheffield Wednesday main page and also have your say on the official VSWFC forum by CLICKING HERE
Date:Tuesday May 1 2007
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