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Match Previews

Match Preview: Sheffield Wednesday vs City

31 March 2023

The Imps will return to action on the road when travelling to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday 1 April (3pm KO).

All the key information that you need to know ahead of the game can be found in this match preview.


The trip to Hillsborough has been made all-ticket for travelling supporters, with no tickets available on the day.

More than 2,200 Imps are expected to make the trip to Yorkshire in what’s set to be a bumper crowd.

Ticket sales and collections for this game ended at 3pm on Friday.


The match is available for live streaming internationally for just £10, or the equivalent cost in your local currency.

The feed includes expert commentary from the BBC Radio Lincolnshire sports team, including replays of key moments as well as match statistics and latest scores around the division.

Alternatively, UK-based supporters can listen to live match commentary using an iFollow Imps audio pass - which can be bought HERE.

iFollow Imps subscribers can watch all the reaction, including post-match interviews and match highlights.

City supporters unable to get to Sheffield Wednesday will also be able to follow the action with regular updates on the club’s official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.


Nickname: The Owls

Founded: 1867

Stadium: Hillsborough

Manager: Darren Moore

Top scorer: Josh Windass (15 goals)

League position: 2nd


Fleetwood Town 2-1 Imps

Sky Bet League One

Imps: Wright, Poole, Boyes, Montsma (Diamond 36’), Jackson, Sanders, Bishop (Oakley-Boothe 70’), House (Plange 79’), Mandroiu (Duffy 79’), Sorensen, Virtue. Subs (not used): Long, Makama. 

Cheltenham Town 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday

Sky Bet League One

Wednesday: Stockdale, Hunt (Adeniran 90’), Iorfa (Flint 64’), Palmer, James, Johnson, Vaulks, Bannan, Bakinson (Wilks 73’), Gregory, Smith. Subs (not used): Brown, Famewo, Dele-Bashiru, Dawson.


Wednesday: WDLLD



Hear from the head coach below…


Wednesday: Home

Imps: Away


Referee: Robert Madden

Assistant referee: Thomas Harty

Assistant referee: Darren Williams

Fourth official: Oliver Bickle

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Match Reports

Sheffield Wednesday 1 Imps 1

1 April 2023

Danny Mandroiu’s first-half strike earned City a deserved point after a gritty battling performance at Sheffield Wednesday.

Wednesday enjoyed the most possession in the early stages but it was the Imps who had the first chance of the game from two inswinging corners which dropped dangerously into the area, but were dealt with by the hosts.

Despite these early opportunities for City, it was the Owls who went ahead in the 12th minute as Will Vaulks’ cross into the centre was met by Michael Smith who got in front of an onrushing Carl Rushworth to head home.

Vaulks almost set up a second for the Owls five minutes later in a clever corner routine which saw the midfielder’s lofted ball flicked on by Akin Famewo and just missed by Aden Flint at the back post.

The Imps levelled in the 28th minute as Harry Boyes won the ball brilliantly on the halfway line before driving at goal to unleash a low powerful strike which was parried into Danny Mandroiu’s path to tap in from a few yards out.

Mark Kennedy’s side caused the hosts more trouble shortly afterwards as Ted Bishop’s corner was played out to Max Sanders on the edge of the area whose bending effort almost caught David Stockdale out.

City took confidence from the equaliser and burst forward again just before the break as Bishop and Ben House moved the ball forward together before the latter struck into the side netting from just inside the area.

The two sides enjoyed even spells with the ball at the start of the second half, with Smith’s angled shot following a high ball forwards the closest either side went to going ahead. 

Darren Moore’s side went within a few inches of retaking the lead in the 69th minute as Vaulks’ free-kick from the right was met by Flint who got in front of Rushworth to head narrowly wide of the post.

City continued to battle hard throughout the closing stages and were able to earn a valuable point on the road - with Jackson clearly an effort off the line in the eight minute of time added on to secure a deserved point.

Sheffield Wednesday: David Stockdale, Liam Palmer, Will Vaulks, Dominic Iorfa (Mallik Wilks 61’), Lee Gregory, Barry Bannan ©, Akin Famewo, Marvin Johnson, Michael Smith, Reece James (Dennis Adeniran 82’), Aden Flint. Subs (not used): Cameron Dawson, Jaden Brown, Fisyao Dele-Bashiru, Tyreeq Bakinson, Rio Shipston.

Goals: Smith (12’).

City: Carl Rushworth, Regan Poole ©, Harry Boyes, Adam Jackson, Max Sanders (Ethan Erhahon 73’), Ted Bishop (Mide Shodipo 65’), Ben House, Danny Mandroiu (Luke Plange 70’), Lasse Sorensen, Sean Roughan, Matty Virtue. Subs (not used): Sam Long, Dylan Duffy, Jovon Makama.

Goals: Mandroiu (28’).

Attendance: 27,903 (2,323 away).

Referee: Robert Madden.

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Ticket News

Sheffield Wednesday fixture made all ticket

29 March 2023

City’s trip to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday has been made all-ticket for travelling supporters.

Close to 2,200 Imps are already making the trip to Hillsborough, with just over 200 tickets remaining as of Wednesday morning – with no tickets being made available on the day.

The Owls have advised that no further seats will be given to City fans, meaning the only way to secure a spot at the game is to purchase a ticket before 3pm on Friday - or earlier if the allocation sells out.

Tickets can be purchased in person from the ticket office at the LNER Stadium, by calling 01522 880011 or going to

Click here for full pricing information.

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