Owls Vs Robins: Team news & preview
Sheffield Wednesday's slim promotion hopes may have all but ended in the 2-2 draw at league leaders Norwich City on Good Friday but the Owls will be looking to end the season in style in their last 3 games.
Steve Bruce's side are 7 points behind 6th place Middlesbrough going into their final 3 games and while their own chances of making the top 6 may be gone, Monday's game against Bristol City is still an important one in terms of the table. City travel to Hillsborough in 7th place, 1 point behind Middlesbrough but with a game in hand.
Midfielder Adam Reach is unlikely to return from an achilles strain and Wednesday may be without goalkeeper Keiren Westwood who picked up an injury in the warm up at Norwich, Cameron Dawson is likely to continue to deputise. Same Hutchinson picked up an injury during the game at Carrow Road and is unlikely to feature, fellow midfielder Josh Onomah played for the first time in months in Friday's 2-2 draw and Barry Bannan may be available to return to the starting 11 having appeared from the bench last time out due to nursing an injury.
Striker Gary Hooper was rested on Friday and could return to the squad while Wednesday fans will be hoping to see more from Fernando Forestieri who produced his best performance of what has been a frustrating season for him on Friday.
Bristol could be without midfielder Korey Smith as he limped out of Friday's 1-1 draw at home to Reading with an ankle injury. The visitors are unlikely to make too any changes as they continue to chase a play-off spot and their away form has been impressive recently with wins coming at fellow promotion chasers Middlesbrough and Sheffield United.
Wednesday enjoyed a 2-1 win at Ashton Gate when the two teams last met back in October and they haven't lost at home to Bristol City in their last 3 encounters.