Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City (October 17)
Hull City are doing well in the Championship at the moment and are currently in the top six in the table.
The Tigers will want to return to league action after the international with a win, and Sheffield Wednesday will probably lose at Hillsborough on Saturday afternoon.
Sheffield Wednesday 1-3 Hull City
Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday (October 20)
Wednesday will head into the match at Loftus Road next week with confidence and belief that they can win.
Queens Park Rangers, though, should prove to be too much to handle for the Owls and will have the home crowd to cheer them on to a win.
Queens Park Rangers 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Rotherham United v Sheffield Wednesday (October 23)
On paper, Wednesday should win this match with ease, but this is a South Yorkshire derby and the form book will go out of the window.
Rotherham United will certainly step up their game against the Owls at the AESSEAL New York Stadium, but Carlos Carvalhal’s side should just about edge it.
Rotherham United 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday v Nottingham Forest (October 31)
Wednesday have a newfound belief about themselves, and the players will be determined to win against Nottingham Forest at home and maintain their chances of a top-six finish in the Championship this campaign.
Winning at Hillsborough is not easy for any opposition team, and the Reds may have to settle for a share of the spoils.
Sheffield Wednesday 2-2 Nottingham Forest