Last Saturday’s clash between Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke City at the Bet365 Stadium did carry some disappointment as despite getting the ball in the back of the net in the tight affair, we saw George Boyd’s effort ruled out and ultimately we had to settle for a point on the day.
— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) April 2, 2019
With outside promotion hopes from the Play-Off spots, the two extra points might come back to bite us, but what can’t be a disappointment was the continuation of our form under manager Steve Bruce and the fact we now have a resilence to us.
⛔️ Unbeaten in 1⃣2⃣ including 8⃣ clean sheets on that run
— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) March 31, 2019
Key to the clean sheet was the continued form of Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Keiren Westwood, and this week he saw his own individual efforts recognised by the EFL as they named him in their Team of the Week.
Best keeper in league bar none. Taje a bow @WestwoodKeiren
— Scott Bennett (@s1beno) March 31, 2019
That’s why he’s our number 1 top keeper
— chris hooper (@Hooper1977Chris) April 1, 2019
Stop been mongs and sign him up. There's been too many mistakes the last few years. Don't let Westwood leaving on a free be 1 more to add to the list
— Nik Higgs (@NikkieHiggs) March 31, 2019
We’re only 3 points behind the playoff places but in 12th. With so many on much better goal difference between us we can call it 4 points. With many playoff rivals to play in our last few games it can be done so don’t give up, play to the last whistle & good fortune. UTO
— Bob Atha (@Rob_Atha) March 31, 2019
Sign him up ffs
— Peter Butcher (@PeterBu1981) March 31, 2019
Best keeper in the league
— Danny Southwick (@dannysouthwick1) April 1, 2019
Just another excuse to use this ???????? pic.twitter.com/iNQDDp2aHy
— Matthew Jamieson (@MattyJamo2902) March 31, 2019