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Speaking to the media on Friday, Moore gave some detail on the current list of absentees, saying, “Lewis is back on the pitch, going through a variety of exercises. He’s about two weeks away from being considered but he’s back on the grass and we will just keep adding to his workload and watch his progression.

“With Josh, we’ll go week by week with him. He’s doing well with his rehab but we need to make sure he’s not taking on too much, too soon. I’m confident he will still play a part in the season, but we need to get him back to the stage where he’s ready and maybe iron out the things we could have done better when he returned last time.

“Liam is fine and is back training, looking strong. I’m hoping that he joins back up with us after the weekend.”

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Mide Shodipo will return to the Wednesday squad this afternoon against Wimbledon, but looks likely to be the only newly-available player following the win over Cheltenham Town last time out.

Darren Moore says Birmingham City defender Harlee Dean must “get his head down” as he prepares to make the next step of his career. The Sheffield Wednesday manager was speaking ahead of this weekend’s clash with AFC Wimbledon where Dean will come up against fellow Blues’ loanee Sam Cosgrove.

He does so having addressed is future following last Saturday’s 4-1 win over Cheltenham, a match in which Dean started for the first time since February 1 and also produced an assist. The centre back admitted he didn’t see a way back for himself at Blues – comments which were put to Moore who was asked if he would like to sign him permanently in the summer.

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Lewis Gibson, Liam Palmer, Tyreece John-Jules and Dennis Adeniran are all listed as injured for Sheffield Wednesday ahead of the weekend. The Owls have lost just two of their last 13 League One matches and only four clubs have plundered more goals than Darren Moore’s prolific side.


Wimbledon could be without Aaron Cosgrove, Jack Madelin, Cheye Alexander, Aaron Presley and Egli Kaja on Saturday. The Dons have slipped into the relegation zone following a poor run of five straight defeats and Mark Robinson’s toothless outfit have failed to score in six of their last eight tussles in League One

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