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Sky Swoop For Owls

A second Wednesday match has been selected for live Sky TV coverage early in the season with the Owls' clash at Norwich City moved to occupy the cameras.

Wednesday have already seen their Carling Cup First Round clash with Rotherham United switched to a Thursday night for the Sky viewers in early August - to the disapproval of some Owls fans and Millers fans alike.

But the majority of Owls fans will have less cause for complaint this time around with the Sky cameras giving Owls fans the chance to see their side in action down at Carrow Road - one of the longest away trips in the league for Brian Laws and his men.

The clash has been moved from a 3pm kick-off on Saturday September 29 back for a 5.20pm start.

And Wednesday could yet have more matches selected for live coverage as Sky continue to release fixture details for their Sky Sports packages.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 25 2007

Time: 12:36PM

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Good, another victory down at carrow road. Another chance for the country to see what a good team we are.
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