Jones urges Owls not to blow it

Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones is urging his side to focus on beating Wycombe and not "blow" their promotion hopes.

Last Updated: 03/05/12 at 17:12

Jones: Not celebrating yet

Jones: Not celebrating yet

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With Wednesday now in pole position for second spot in League One, 37,000 fans are turning up at Hillsborough on Saturday expecting a promotion party.

While the Owls are unbeaten in their last 13 games and the Chairboys are already relegated, Jones is remaining cautious.

"We still have to win the football match," he said. "Everything else we can all wait for until 10 to five.

"We anticipate a really hard game and we will not put all our eggs in one basket but we know what we have to do. We're going to have to earn it and it's what we do that matters."

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