Only three points separate the 18th-placed Owls from the bottom three following a six-match winless run.
“We are not blind; we know where we are in the table and the other teams are getting closer to us,” said Wednesday midfielder Joey Pelupessy. “We have put ourselves in this position by losing five of the last six games.
Yesterday, just before Liverpool fans were deliriously celebrating our excellent second-half performance against Watford, the young Welshman fired in a splendid goal for his loan side Derby County v Sheffield Wednesday.
The teams alarming slump in form and slide down the Championship has prompted some supporters to call for a change of manager.
The beleaguered Dutch chief said he “does not know” whether he will be given the time to turn things around.
Only rock-bottom Ipswich Town (0) have won fewer home matches than Wednesday (2) in the 2018/19 season.
But the Owls have the worst defensive record in the division, having shipped in 32 goals in 18 outings.
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