The latest update on injuries for Sheffield Wednesday amid Watford clash…

In the lead-up to their Championship clash, here’s the latest update on injuries for Sheffield Wednesday and Watford.

Sheffield Wednesday is gearing up to face Watford as the international break draws to a close. The Owls have had a challenging season, currently holding the bottom position in the Championship with just three points, seven points away from safety.

However, there’s still time to turn things around, especially with their new manager, Danny Rohl, taking the helm this weekend in an away match against Watford.

Sheffield Wednesday is seeking their first win of the season, while Watford has only managed two wins. Meanwhile, here’s the rundown of the most recent injury updates for both teams:

  1. Ken Sema – Unavailable Ken Sema is sidelined due to a muscular injury and is not expected to return until late October.
  2. Juan Delgado – Unavailable Juan Delgado sustained an injury during international duty, leading to an early return to Hillsborough. He is unavailable after undergoing surgery.
  3. Momo Diaby – Unavailable Momo Diaby is expected to be out of action until late October due to a leg injury.
  4. Barry Bannan – Unavailable Barry Bannan is likely to be sidelined until later this month because of a muscular injury, though he has resumed training. However, this match might come too soon for his return.
  5. Josh Windass – Questionable Josh Windass is in a similar situation to Bannan, having returned to training, but his availability for the upcoming match is uncertain.
  6. Bambo Diaby – Questionable Bambo Diaby has returned to training, but his participation remains uncertain following a recent injury.
  7. Akin Famewo – Questionable Akin Famewo has resumed training and may be in contention for the upcoming match.

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A seldom-seen 27-year-old recently made an appearance in his training as he intensifies his recovery process…

A seldom-seen Sheffield Wednesday player, 27-year-old Momo Diaby, has recently made an appearance in his training gear, marking his return to the practice field as he intensifies his recovery process.

Back in August, he had an impressive performance against Preston but was forced to leave the pitch after 65 minutes due to an undisclosed injury.

At the time, the team’s manager, Xisco Munoz, provided no specific information about his condition, other than indicating that Diaby would face an extended period of absence and would not be included in the 25-man squad.

Diaby joined Sheffield Wednesday during the summer on a season-long loan from Portimonense, a Portuguese club, and is now commencing his rehabilitation at Middlewood Road. Observers have noted that he had been seen wearing a protective boot around Hillsborough, possibly suggesting a fracture or serious injury.

According to reports by Joe Crann in The Star, Diaby was engaged in a conversation with a coach and appeared to be on the verge of embarking on some fitness routines.

It’s clear that Diaby has a challenging journey ahead in terms of regaining his fitness. While he is back on the training field, it should be emphasized that this is just the initial phase of a lengthy rehabilitation process. Unfortunately, there is no precise timeline for his recovery, making it uncertain when he will be ready to return to competitive play.

For Wednesday fans, it’s crucial to exercise caution and not assume that Diaby will immediately rejoin his teammates just because he’s shed the protective boot and is engaged in running drills on the field. He will need to rebuild his overall fitness, and this marks the initial step in that direction.

Furthermore, the player might not be eligible to participate in Wednesday matches until January, contingent upon whether Danny Rohl designates Marvin Johnson as the 25th and final player in the squad, in which case Diaby will need to await registration.

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