Former Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Fletcher is one of several who could return to Sheffield Wednesday’s starting XI on Tuesday.

Sheffield Wednesday’s season is finally up and running after back-to-back Championship victories at Hillsborough.

The Owls, who had only beaten Sunderland in the EFL Cup beforehand, overcame Millwall and Ipswich in the space of four days last week.

But there is no rest for Jos Luhukay’s team, with Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers due in Sheffield 6 later today (Tuesday).

And with another league game to follow at Reading on Saturday, changes are to be expected from the home side.

Luckily, Sheffield Wednesday have plenty of players in reserve, with Joe Wildsmith, Sam Hutchinson, Fernando Forestieri and Steven Fletcher – a former Wolves player – among the more high-profile names expected to feature after playing minor or non-existent roles against Millwall and Ipswich.

Ash Baker, Frederick Nielsen, Daniel Pudil, Morgan Fox, David Jones, George Boyd and Fraser Preston could also come into the side, with Jack Lee and Connor Kirby hoping to make their first starts.

However, while Gary Hooper, Kieran Lee and Almen Abdi are all back in full training, they, along with occasional participant Sam Winnall, are still some way off being deemed match ready, with Joost van Aken also unlikely to be fit.

This is how HITC Sport suspects Sheffield Wednesday could look again Wolves:

Which Wednesday XI would you put out against Wolverhampton Wanderers?

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