Sheff Weds v Leicester preview

Sheffield Wednesday caretaker-manager Stuart Gray will be without Lewis Buxton for Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Leicester at Hillsborough.

Wednesday, who sacked Dave Jones on Sunday, have no other new injury or suspension problems as they chase only their second league win of the season.

On-loan striker Matty Fryatt has returned to parent club Hull, so Gray, who is expected to be assisted by youth-team boss and former skipper Lee Bullen, must decide who to play up front alongside Connor Wickham, with Jermaine Johnson and Atdhe Nuhiu among those in contention.

Winger Michail Antonio is hoping to return to the squad after being left out on Saturday.

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson will have an unchanged squad to choose from, with centre-half Sean St Ledger (groin) and young striker Tom Hopper (shin) the only absentees.

On-loan Arsenal defender Ignasi Miquel, central midfielder Matty James and winger Anthony Knockaert all returned to the starting line up against the Lions, and the manager has plenty of options should he opt to make changes again.

Defender Liam Moore, midfielders Dean Hammond and Andy King and strikers Jeff Schlupp, Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Chris Wood are all vying for recalls.

For the first time, you can see all the Championship goals as they go in on Tuesday night's Soccer Special, with coverage from 7.30pm on Sky Sports News and Sky Sports 1.