For our Sheffield Wednesday vs. Accrington prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.
Two sides with contrasting ambitions meet in League One tomorrow as Sheffield Wednesday welcome Accrington Stanley to Hillsborough.
Sheffield Wednesday currently sit 3rd in League One with twenty-three wins, twelve draws and five losses from forty games this season.
The Owls have had a fine season in League One for the most part and have spent the majority of the last two months positioned as favourites for the title, but a poor recent run of form now sees their prospects of automatic promotion significantly under threat.
They enter this game having failed to win any of their last six matches, drawing four and losing two of them.
In their most recent encounter Wednesday were held to a 1-1 draw against a struggling Oxford United side, a result that confirmed a third straight draw for The Owls.
The most concerning thing from a Wednesday perspective is that each of their last four games have been against sides in the bottom half of the table, including the side in 24th place, and they've taken only three points from those matches.
Their home form is still decent, though, having won three and drawn two of their last five games on home soil so they may be able to regain some momentum on their own turf here.
Regardless, they're in desperate need of a win as Plymouth Argyle and Ipswich Town continue to surge above them with the gap in serious risk of widening.
Accrington Stanley currently sit 21st in League One with nine wins, eleven draws and nineteen losses from thirty-nine games this season.
Stanley have had a tough season having spent the majority of it battling to stave off the relegation scrap, but having been dragged into the bottom three in the second half of the season they now find themselves fighting for their lives with just seven games remaining.
They enter this game poor form overall having lost four of their last five matches, but having won their most recent game against Port Vale by a thumping 3-0 scoreline there is hope that John Coleman's side have now turned a corner.
Their away form isn't great, though, having drawn three and lost two of their last five games on the road and having already lost 0-1 to Sheffield Wednesday earlier in the season they have a big job on their hands.
Despite Wednesday's poor form they have to be favourites for this one, and a loss here could be a huge blow to Stanley given they're just one point from safety. A win, though, would be gargantuan for their survival chances and the hope for them lies in the fact that stranger things have happened.