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Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Two sides battling at either end of the Championship table meet at Hillsborough when in-form Sheffield Wednesday host promotion chasing Leeds United in a crucial Yorkshire derby.

After a shocking first half of the campaign, Sheffield Wednesday have won five of their last six matches under Danny Rohl and the Owls have given themselves every chance of escaping the drop this season.

Leeds are also in excellent form in the closing stages of the season and have won six of their last seven Championship games. The Whites are hunting down Ipswich and Leicester in the automatic places and sit just two points shy of the Tractor Boys in second.

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds

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How to watch Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds and TV channel

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds is available to watch live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds kick-off time, date and venue

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds will be played at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England and kick-off is at 20:00 GMT on Friday 8th March 2024.

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Sheffield Wednesday have the third best form in the Championship over the last five matches, behind Ipswich and visitors Leeds.

Leeds United have won four of their last five away games in the Championship with a clean sheet.

Leeds haven't won at Hillsborough since 2016, they have drawn twice and lost once away at Wednesday since then.

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds head-to-head record (H2H)

Sheffield Wednesday wins

34

Draws

27

Leeds wins

39

Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds team news

Sheffield Wednesday team news

Callum Paterson is expected to be out until April after the forward required surgery on a knee problem.

Defender Kristian Pedersen and forward Juan Delgado both missed the home win over Plymouth and are not expected to be fit for the visit of Leeds.

Josh Windass has been out since the start of February with a muscle injury and is expected to miss out again.

Leeds team news

Midfielder Jamie Shackleton has missed out with illness for the last two games and is a doubt for this fixture.

Leeds will definitely be without Stuart Dallas and Pascal Struijk who are long-term absentees.

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