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SUFC vs SWFC 0-0 : Fabulous atmosphere at Bramall Lane last night for the DerbyDay  
The Steel City Derby tonight. This is what happened last time the teams met!
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First Team
Goalkeeper
1Simon Moore
IN ON LOAN
27 Jamal Blackman
31 Jake Eastwood
Defender
2 George Baldock
3 Enda Stevens
5 Jack O'Connell
6 Chris Basham
13 Jake Maxwell Wright
IN ON LOAN
16 Cameron Carter-Vickers
18 Kieron Freeman
19 Richard Stearman
23 Ben Heneghan
24 Daniel Lafferty
Midfielder
4 John Fleck
7 John Lundstram
8 Nathan Thomas
15 Paul Coutts
20 Lee Evans
21 Mark Duffy
34 Regan Slater
36 David Brooks
44 Samir Carruthers
Ryan Leonard
Forward
9 Leon Clarke
CAPTAIN
10 Billy Sharp
12 James Wilson
11Clayton Donaldson
22 Caolan Lavery
32 Ched Evans

Sheffield Wednesday FC
First Team 2017/18
Goalkeeper
1 Keiren Westwood
25 Cameron Dawson
28 Joe Wildsmith
OUT ON LOAN
34 Jake Kean
Defender
2 Jack Hunt
4 Joost van Aken
6 Morgan Fox
CAPTAIN
12 Glenn Loovens
15 Tom Lees
16 Liam Palmer
23 Sam Hutchinson
24 Ashley Baker
36 Daniel Pudil
46 Frederico André Ferrão Venâncio
Midfielder
3 David Jones
5 Kieran Lee
8 Jacob Butterfield
10 Barry Bannan
20 Adam Reach
21 George Boyd
33 Ross Wallace
38 Sean Clare
41 Almen Abdi
42 Matt Penney
44 Jack Stobbs
Forward
7 Jordan Rhodes
9 Steven Fletcher
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11 Sam Winnall
14 Gary Hooper
17 Atdhe Nuhiu
18 Lucas Eduardo Santos João
19 Marco André Silva Lopes Matias
45 Fernando Forestieri
Forged in red & white
forged in battle


Ten-man Sheffield Wednesday held off city rivals United to draw their first game under new manager Jos Luhukay.

Owls defender Glenn Loovens was sent off after 64 minutes for a second bookable offence but the Blades, who won 4-2 at Hillsborough in September, could not make the breakthrough.

Visiting goalkeeper Joe Wildsmith made a fine save to tip Clayton Donaldson's glancing header over the crossbar.

Daniel Pudil had the Owls' best effort but his 20-yard volley fizzed wide.

They could have sneaked a victory in stoppage time, but Blades goalkeeper Simon Moore made excellent saves to keep out long-range shots from Adam Reach and Ross Wallace.

Relive Friday's Steel City derby
Dutchman Luhukay, appointed as the successor to Carlos Carvalhal on 4 January, switched to a three-man defence for his first match as a manager in English football.
Despite Loovens' dismissal for two fouls on United striker Donaldson, his side registered only their sixth Championship clean sheet of the season.
The Blades moved up to sixth in the table with their point, above Leeds on goals scored.
But they could not secure a first Steel City derby double since 2005-06 and have now won only one of their past 10 league games.
Donaldson's header in the 50th minute was the first effort on target that either side had managed, and although United dominated the latter stages, Wildsmith was largely untroubled.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder:
"It shows how far we have come, to take four points from six from the other side of the city. We played OK-to-well, but that doesn't win you games.
"A draw was a fair result and I congratulate the opposition because they ran around and competed. But that is a given for my side. I think Carlos [Carvalhal, now Swansea manager] might be a little disappointed watching that from south Wales because they are a good football club with good players.
"If we win a few games we can go far. I don't want to be on the beach in May. I want to be the ones that take second or gets in the play-offs. I don't want to be finishing eighth or ninth."
Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay:
"I enjoyed it, I am very happy to be here. The game was very hard but I must give my team a compliment and I have respect for the fight they gave me for 90 minutes.
"The last 25 minutes was not so easy but the team were good after the red card, they did a very good job. At the end we had two good chances and we could have won it - the goalkeeper had fantastic reflexes.
"It was the first match for me as manager of Wednesday and I am happy we can get a draw, it's the first step to get to a better situation for the team." 

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