By Dominic Toner
Sheffield Wednesday have made two changes to their starting XI for the home match against Brentford on Tuesday night
The Owls host Brentford in the Championship and will be looking to continue their recent good form.
They have tasted victory in their last four consecutive league matches and have won the last two games by 2-1 score lines.
Carlos Carvalhal has decided to make two alterations to his team from the side that won away at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Liam Palmer and Ross Wallace have been recalled to the staring XI, meaning Jack Hunt and Daniel Pudil have dropped out of the side.
Wednesday have announced their starting line-up on their official Twitter account.
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Wednesday are currently sixth-placed in the league table and will be hoping to tighten their grip on the play-off positions.
The Yorkshire club are seven points behind closest challengers Norwich in seventh and could pull even further away if they can beat mid-table side Brentford.
The two teams played out a 1-1 draw in the previous meeting this season back in September, when Sam Hutchinson scored a 93rd minute equaliser in a game when each team picked up a red card.
Carvalhal will be hoping his side can gain the three points this time around and they are currently the in-form team in the division.
Wednesday could end the night in third-placed if results go their way Tuesday night, but they are unlikely to reach the automatic places this season.
In other Sheffield Wednesday team news, Hutchinson has delivered his verdict on Leeds’ promotion hopes.