After picking up only six points from their initial 17 league games, Sheffield Wednesday have managed to secure seven points from their last three games.


Rohl will now take his team to Carrow Road to face Wagner’s Norwich City, who have recently turned around their season after a difficult patch.




Wagner stated that he is expecting Sheffield Wednesday to come to Carrow Road and play front-footed, aggressive football against Norwich and stated that his team have to be ruthless to counter the Owls on Wednesday.


The Norwich boss also added that he knows Rohl and pointed out that the Sheffield Wednesday boss has a certain style of play, which he believes is evident in the Owls’ recent performances.



“I expect them to be on the front foot, and be aggressive”, Wagner said at a press conference.


“I know Danny and his assistants well, he has a certain style.



“You can still see his ideas coming through.


“A lot of games depend on how the opponents set up.


“I was slightly surprised with how Preston set up, and you have to be ruthless.


“We have to make sure we can do that. Goals change games.”


Norwich are undefeated in their last five meetings at Carrow Road against Sheffield Wednesday and Rohl’s side have a task on their hands to change the record to continue their winning momentum.