EFL: Sheff Wed vs CAFC



After the first leg of the tournament and the success of the promoted Play-Off group, Sheffield Wednesday was no longer himself in the second leg. Even the Hillsborough team is nearly out of hope to compete for a place in the top 6 teams. With the current performance, including facing a struggling Charlton in the relegation battle, the challenge for Sheffield Wednesday is not small.

Despite taking the lead twice, Sheffield Wednesday still could not keep up the results and had to accept a division before Birmingham in the match with 6 goals. At the same time, the draw on the field of Birmingham was the 7th consecutive match they did not know the joy of victory. Specifically, in the period above, they drew 3 and lost up to 4 matches. With those poor results, Sheffield Wednesday has dropped to 12th place in the rankings and is lower than the top 6 to 11 points. With such a big gap, the Hillsborough team seemed to give up the goal of reaching the Play-Off group. In the next round, rookie encounter with Charlton will be an opportunity for teachers and Garry Monk to find the joy of victory. However, against an opponent who is very determined to have points to relegate, it is not easy for Sheffield Wednesday to cut off the listed bowl match.

Only to meet opponent Luton at the bottom of the rankings, Charlton did not miss the opportunity when winning with the score 3-1. Obviously, for a rookie like Charlton, staying in the Championship may have been a success for HKV teachers and students Lee Bowyer this season. At the moment they are having 39 points and are ranked 18th on the chart with 5 points more than the red light group. Despite recent progress, the away record is still very limited, winning only 1 match in the last 13 matches, including 9 defeats. However, in the context of Sheffield Wednesday also playing very bad, Charlton's score is still very bright.

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