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Tony Craig concedes a free kick for a foul on Clinton Morrison. Free kick taken by Liam Palmer.
Corner taken right-footed by Marc Laird.
Handball decision goes against Clinton Morrison. Scott Cuthbert takes the indirect free kick.
Jose Vitor Semedo takes a shot. Save made by Ben Alnwick.
Inswinging corner taken by Marc Laird.
The ball is crossed by Jamie Cureton, clearance made by Reda Johnson.
David Prutton comes on in place of Chris O'Grady.
Foul by Scott Cuthbert on Liam Palmer, free kick awarded. Stephen Bywater takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Chris Lines on Tom Clarke. Terrell Forbes takes the free kick.
Matthew Spring takes a shot. Danny Batth gets a block in.
Tony Craig sends in a cross.
Ben Marshall challenges Leon McSweeney unfairly and gives away a free kick. Jamie Cureton is brought on as a substitute for Jimmy Smith. Danny Batth receives a yellow card. Direct free kick taken by Matthew Spring.
Scott Cuthbert challenges Clinton Morrison unfairly and gives away a free kick. Chris Lines takes the free kick.
Clinton Morrison replaces Ryan Lowe.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Tom Clarke on James Tavernier. Ben Marshall takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Tony Craig by Ryan Lowe results in a free kick. Ben Alnwick takes the indirect free kick.
Outswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Ben Marshall.
Centre by Ben Marshall, Chris O'Grady takes a shot. Clearance made by Terrell Forbes.
George Porter comes on in place of Lee Cook.
Tony Craig fouled by Jose Vitor Semedo, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Ben Alnwick.
A cross is delivered by Ryan Lowe, Headed effort from deep inside the area by Miguel Angel Llera misses to the right of the goal.
Ben Marshall takes the inswinging corner, save made by Ben Alnwick.
Chris O'Grady takes a shot. Blocked by Marc Laird.
Shot from just outside the area by Reda Johnson misses to the left of the target.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Jose Vitor Semedo on Leon McSweeney. Direct free kick taken by Matthew Spring.
Lee Cook challenges Liam Palmer unfairly and gives away a free kick. Indirect free kick taken by James Tavernier.
Ryan Lowe is ruled offside. Indirect free kick taken by Ben Alnwick.
James O'Connor goes off and Liam Palmer comes on.
Tony Craig delivers the ball, clearance made by Miguel Angel Llera.
Foul by Kevin Lisbie on James Tavernier, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by James Tavernier.
Outswinging corner taken by Ben Marshall from the right by-line.
Marc Laird is brought on as a substitute for David Mooney.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Chris O'Grady by Scott Cuthbert. Chris Lines takes the direct free kick.
Effort on goal by David Mooney from deep inside the penalty area misses to the right of the target.
Corner taken by Lee Cook from the left by-line played to the near post, Chris Lines makes a clearance.
Reda Johnson concedes a free kick for a foul on David Mooney. Lee Cook restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by James Tavernier on Lee Cook, free kick awarded. Ben Alnwick takes the indirect free kick.
James Tavernier produces a cross.
Ben Marshall delivers the ball, clearance by Ben Alnwick.
The ball is swung over by James O'Connor.
Effort from long distance by James Tavernier goes wide right of the goal.
Chris O'Grady challenges Matthew Spring unfairly and gives away a free kick. Ben Alnwick takes the indirect free kick.
The referee blows for offside against Ryan Lowe. Indirect free kick taken by Ben Alnwick.
Unfair challenge on Ben Marshall by Matthew Spring results in a free kick. Direct strike on goal from the free kick comes in from Chris Lines, comfortable save by Ben Alnwick.
Unfair challenge on Ben Alnwick by Chris O'Grady results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Ben Alnwick.
Ben Marshall takes a shot. Terrell Forbes gets a block in.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Ben Marshall, save made by Ben Alnwick.
Ryan Lowe takes a shot. Ben Alnwick makes a save.
Kevin Lisbie challenges Miguel Angel Llera unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Stephen Bywater.
James Tavernier concedes a free kick for a foul on Kevin Lisbie. Lee Cook takes the direct free kick.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Ben Marshall. Indirect free kick taken by Ben Alnwick.
The ball is swung over by Chris Lines, Reda Johnson scores a headed goal from close in. Sheff Wed 1-0 Leyton Orient.Chris Lines provided the assist for the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Terrell Forbes on Reda Johnson. Ben Marshall takes the free kick.
Handball by Kevin Lisbie. Free kick taken by Danny Batth.
Miguel Angel Llera fouled by Jimmy Smith, the ref awards a free kick. Stephen Bywater takes the free kick.
Chris Lines gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Jimmy Smith. Lee Cook takes the direct free kick.
Ryan Lowe is caught offside. Free kick taken by Ben Alnwick.
Leon McSweeney gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Chris O'Grady. Free kick taken by Miguel Angel Llera.
Leon McSweeney produces a cross, Tom Clarke takes a shot.
The ball is sent over by Matthew Spring.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Matthew Spring by Chris Lines. Ben Alnwick takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Ben Marshall by Tony Craig results in a free kick. Free kick crossed by Ben Marshall, Jimmy Smith manages to make a clearance.
Loan trio wing in for Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday's new loan signings Sanchez Watt, Miguel Llera and James Tavernier will all be included in the squad for the home game with Leyton Orient.
Arsenal striker Watt, Blackpool centre-half Llera and Newcastle right-back Tavernier joined the Owls this week and manager Gary Megson has several selection dilemmas as he now has six players on loan at Hillsborough and only five can be named in the 16-man squad.
The Owls will be without striker Gary Madine, who broke a toe in last week's win at Tranmere, so Ryan Lowe could return to the starting line-up alongside Chris O'Grady.
Skipper Rob Jones is suspended after receiving his fifth booking of the season at Tranmere and Megson could be tempted to hand Llera his debut alongside another loanee, Danny Batth (Wolves), at the heart of defence.
Versatile defender Lewis Buxton remains sidelined with a hamstring injury as the Owls look to close the gap on npower League One leaders Charlton and second-placed Huddersfield, who play each other on Monday, by extending their unbeaten league run to four matches.
Tony Craig and Lee Cook will be added to the Leyton Orient squad.
Defender Craig has joined on loan from Millwall and winger Cook has arrived from QPR.
Craig is set to slot straight into the starting line-up at left-back in the wake of Charlie Daniels' move to Bournemouth on Thursday.
Cook, whose career has been blighted by injuries, will probably start on the bench until he builds up his match fitness.
Boss Russell Slade moved for the former Watford and Fulham wideman after midfielder Dean Cox was ruled out for a month with a knee injury.
Utility man Leon McSweeney returns to the squad after missing last week's goalless draw against Stevenage through suspension.
Walker to the rescue for Saddlers
Goalkeeper Jimmy Walker was the Walsall hero as he twice denied Stevenage`s Luke Freeman to earn the struggling Saddlers a vital point in a 0-0 draw.
Freeman, on-loan from Arsenal, was at the heart of Boro's dominance but failed to find a way past the equally impressive Walker in the Walsall goal.
The 19-year-old striker let fly either side of the break and laid on chances for Chuks Aneke and Scott Laird, but the Saddlers stood firm to escape with a share of the spoils.
Stevenage should have scored from their opening attack but Laird lashed Luke Freeman's corner over the bar, before Arsenal loanee Freeman's 12th-minute strike forced Walker into a fine save.
Boro dominated the first half but, after fellow on-loan Gunner Aneke volleyed narrowly over, Adam Chambers almost punished their wastefulness when he pounced on a loose ball and Chris Day did well to save.
Freeman won a free-kick which Michael Bostwick fired narrowly wide before the young striker again struck the palms of Walker, but it was Walsall who wasted the best chance to win it when Jon Macken blazed over from eight yards.
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