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EFL: Stoke vs SWFC

Stoke City is the most disappointing name in the first half of the English Premier League 2019/20 season, when this promotion candidate is even standing at the bottom of the rankings, meaning relegation rate at the end of the season. Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday is sluggish in the leading group and full of hope to step into the promotion group at the end of the season. With impressive performance recently, despite having to march away from home, but the grave is putting great faith in Sheffield Wednesday in the next match.

Stoke had just received a rather unfortunate 1-2 defeat at Middlesbrough's yard, despite Clucas's early opening goal early in the second half but The Potters could not maintain the pressure as the first half and began to lose their breath. As a result, they received 2 consecutive goals from the host and had to leave with nothing. This was the 15th defeat that Stoke had to receive after 23 rounds. Obviously, this season is going to be extremely difficult for The Potters when they are even standing in the rankings with 18 points after 23 rounds. Certainly, the Christmas period and the beginning of the new year will be a huge decision to the final position of O'Neil teachers and teachers this season. Because currently with a distance of 2 points from the safety group, the opportunity for Stoke City to improve rankings is huge. The problem is that they have been in a bad shape recently, losing 3 and winning only 1 in the last 5 rounds.

Sheffield Wednesday just beat their direct competitor, Bristol City, with a minimum score, before that they created a big shock when they defeated Nottingham Forest 4 goals in the first 45 minutes. The brightest was Rhodes when the player got a Hattrick after 37 minutes. With 3 points, it is the 3rd win in a series of 5 unbeaten matches of this team. With 39 points, they are ranked 3rd in the rankings and full of opportunities for the first time to attend the Premier League. If West Brom or Leed continue to slip, one might even think of the prospect of Sheffield Wednesday being able to go straight to England's No. 1 league. Therefore, on the trip to Bet365 Stadium here, 3 points is still the goal of Sheffield Wednesday.