Sheffield Wednesday is a big favorite in the promotion battle. They achieved their 11th victory in the last 12 matches, winning on a hard away match (0:1) against Portsmouth. At Hillsborough stadium, they are in series of 7 consecutive successes, while at the same time they conceded only 2 goals. Due to injuries or suspensions Byers (24/6), Iorfa (22/0), James (19/0) are out of the squad, while Paterson (19/3) Ihiekwe (18/0), Wilks (12/1) and Heneghan (10/0) are long term absence. Bolton is on a downward trend, completed 3 matches (0-1-2) without a win and didn’t score in the last 2 matches. They dropped to 6th place and have only +3 points from 7nd placed Wycombe with one match more. Coach Ian Evatt ahead of the difficult match can’t count on Böðvarsson (21/3) and Jack Iredale (19/0). Sheffield Wednesday have set their sights on a return to the Championship. They are stable, with defensive commitment and psychology, while in their stadium, they usually dictate the pace, winning 13 from 18 matches.