Sheffield Wednesday v Norwich preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 4:39pm
Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay could choose from an unchanged squad for his side's home game against Norwich.
Luhukay has no new injury concerns following last week's goalless draw at Wolves, but may make one or two changes. Marco Matias is hoping to make his first start since February following injury and suspension, while Jordan Rhodes and George Boyd are also pushing for recalls.
Jack Hunt (knee), Keiren Westwood (groin), Joost van Aken (ankle), Morgan Fox (hamstring), Sam Hutchinson (hernia) and Gary Hooper (hip) all miss the final game of the season.
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Norwich will be without midfielder Wes Hoolahan, who played his final game for the club last week in the home win against Leeds. Hoolahan brought the curtain down on his 10-year spell at the club in front of the Canaries fans and will not be in contention.
Forward Marley Watkins and defender Christoph Zimmermann (glute) are hoping to feature. Marco Stiepermann (hernia), Tom Trybull (ankle/knee), Matt Jarvis (ankle) and Louis Thompson (Achilles) remain sidelined.
The Owls have lost one of their last 15 home matches against Norwich in all competitions (W10 D4), a 5-0 defeat in December 2001.
Since losing eight consecutive league matches to the Owls between 2005 and 2009, the Canaries have lost just one of their last five (W2 D2).
Sheffield Wednesday have kept three consecutive clean sheets (W2 D1), last going on a longer run in April 2016 (run of four).
Norwich have lost five of their last six away league matches on the final day of a league season (W1), conceding 22 goals in those matches.
Irrespective of their result in this game, Sheffield Wednesday will hit their lowest points tally since the 2013-14 season (53, currently on 54 points).
James Maddison has been directly involved in 46% of Norwich's 48 league goals this campaign (14 goals, eight assists) - no Championship player has been involved in a higher percentage of their sides goals.