"We created (the expectations) ourselves by doing so well past year and everyone expected us to do the same, maybe better but pressure comes with football and you have to deal with it".
We had a similar game to this here in the season.
You have to give 100 per cent and then just hope the quality will shine through.
"The pressure is on all four teams and all four teams want the same thing so pressure is there but that comes with playing this kind of game". We didn't get enough details right and we lost, and this is why it's so important to be focused on ourselves and not too much on the opponent.
Although Wednesday are in the driving seat after chalking up their seventeenth clean sheet of the season, Wells does not believe that home advantage will count in their favour.
For all Town's dominance, Wednesday, who conceded just 45 league goals in 46 games, managed to limit their meaningful first half chances to Brown's effort.
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He said it "shows we're a divided, mixed-up, not unified country" and is "a very, very negative thing". Burr, chairman of the Senate panel, said of Flynn and his refusal to comply, "We'll figure out on Gen.
Huddersfield's Tommy Smith fired over before Wells had another chance when a loose ball fell to him eight yards from goal but Westwood was out quickly to deflect it wide.
It wont be easy going to Hillsboroug.
Not ex-Huddersfield Town marksman Jordan Rhodes, but a mercurial Latino talent from the Argentine city of Rosario, who had taken a particular liking to this quarter of West Yorkshire in the past, most recently in October when he proved the matchwinner.
"It depends on the performance and how the game goes on", Wagner told reporters.
They are a side who are really strong defensively and collectively.
"'I used it in my final meeting before we met Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday", Wagner revealed.
Misbah ul Haq's achievements in his cricket career
I tried my level best with this team. "People say to me, you should've done more captaincy", he said. Younis is one of the few players to have ammassed 10,000 runs in Test cricket.
Nonetheless, the Leeds fans were clearly backing Wednesday during the match as they were critical of the Terriers for not selling out their home tickets.
"If you saw what we have achieved at Hillsborough and the results we have got, we win a lot more games at home than away". Let us know below...
Im not anxious about what they will do.
"I didn't use Leicester as an inspiration where I say to my players, 'Look, they've done it".
The Terriers, who haven't played top-flight football since 1972, will find themselves 90 minutes away from Premier League if they win their semi-final against Sheffield Wednesday tonight.
Reading secured a 1-1 draw against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon as both play-off encounters are in the balance.
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