City defender to miss Owls clash

Bristol City boss Gary Johnson is set to make just one change to the side that beat Barnsley for Saturday's home game with Sheffield Wednesday.

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Orr: Calf injury

Orr: Calf injury

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Defender Bradley Orr is struggling with the calf injury that ruled him out of the Barnsley win, so Cole Skuse should replace him at right-back.

Defender Liam Fontaine remains sidelined due to an ankle injury which will keep him out for another two weeks, while midfielder Brian Wilson is a long-term absentee with a shin injury.

City face Brian Laws' men defending an 18-game unbeaten record at Ashton Gate, with their last defeat on home soil coming against Burnley on December 20 last year.

Depending on other results, a win could give the Robins a share of the lead in the Championship.

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