Over 2.5 Goals has been chalked up as the [2.42] market outsider but with 52% of Championship play-off semi-final second legs beating the two-goal line since 1992/93 and with 13/23 (57%) of Hillsborough games following suit, there's value in backing a goal-heavy game.
Both teams are similar, I thought we were the better side, but we just couldnt get that goal.
Suddenly though, both Wednesday and Huddersfield find themselves within touching distance of the Premier League and all the riches and prestige that comes with it.
The match will kick off at 7.45pm.
And he also shares his mentor's larger-than-life personality, wildly celebrating every Terriers goal.
To have come so close to a Premier League return last season is all the motivation Wednesday need this time around, according to right-back Jack Hunt.
The Owls have unfinished business in the playoffs after Wednesday fans journeyed down to Wembley in their tens of thousands only to see a half empty Hull section celebrating a 1-0 win.
Sky Bet have got Sheffield Wednesday at 7/5 favourites.
"For me it was always a dream to one time play in the Premier League". The Owls' risk-averse tactics helped them record a 0-0 draw in a dour stalemate on Sunday, during which the visitors failed to muster a single shot on-target.
"I also went with Paderborn to the first league but the Premier League is a little bit different, maybe a little bit bigger than the Bundesliga".
But the capitulation of Leeds meant they secured their spot in the top six with a game to spare.
Congolese worldwide Elias Kachunga enjoyed an exceptional first-half and caused problems for the Owls all over the pitch before fading whilst Aaron Mooy's control in midfield ensured the Terriers were rarely threatened by their pragmatic guests.
The semifinal game on May 14, was the first meeting between these teams in the last 5 matches, in which Huddersfield managed to avoid defeat.
Ward aside, Town boss David Wagner will probably name with the same team.
Carlos Carvalhal has continued his dominance over Wagner this season, with a 1-0 away win and 2-0 home win.
Sunday's 0-0 draw at the John Smith's Stadium means the semi-final tie is finely poised ahead of Wednesday's return leg at Hillsborough when one of the two Yorkshire clubs will book a trip to Wembley.