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Wednesday have not lost since October 2, although their unbeaten streak has been made up of plenty of draws; a 3-0 win over Sunderland last week ended a run of four successive draws in League One.
The Owls’ FA Cup first round tie against Plymouth Argyle last weekend also ended level, meaning they have a replay to prepare for on Tuesday.
It means it is a busy month for Darren Moore, who made 10 changes for the 4-0 win over Harrogate Town in the EFL Trophy in midweek.
Wednesday have only lost one of their seven league matches at Hillsborough this season and have conceded the fewest home goals in League One this season (four).
Now the Yorkshire-based outfit are targeting back-to-back league wins for the first time since August as they aim to break into the top six.
Gregory is a huge boost, Kamberi has flattered to deceive so far this season and Berahino’s performance levels have fallen well below expectations. With Callum Paterson also providing EFL knowhow in the attacking contingent Wednesday will be a real handful for Stanley’s leaky backline.
There is intense competition for places with Josh Windass also returning to fitness over the international break, Stanley typically look to fight fire with fire when it comes to taking on one of the larger clubs and that could produce a very entertaining affair at the Crown Ground.
In such a fierce promotion race in the third tier this season Wednesday cannot afford for another dip in form and Gregory’s return gives them a better chance of ensuring that does not happen
With Sam Lavelle, Ryan Inniss and Adam Matthews all out injured and Famewo suspended for an accumulation of yellow cards the Addicks may have to settle for a makeshift back three with Jason Pearce as the only specialist centre back. With Chris Gunter replacing Famewo after coming back from international duty.
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Conor Washington, returning from his international exertions with Northern Ireland, takes his place up top in Stockley’s absence alongside Josh Davison.
It is a weakened side for sure but with the midfield trio of George Dobson, Alex Gilbey and Elliot Lee clicking the way it has in the last month or so the players will feel like they have every chance.