1997–98 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. Season - Results - FA Premier League

FA Premier League

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
9 August 1997 Newcastle United A 1–2 36,711 Carbone
13 August 1997 Leeds United H 1–3 31,520 Hyde
23 August 1997 Wimbledon A 1–1 11,503 Di Canio
27 August 1997 Blackburn Rovers A 2–7 19,618 Carbone (2)
30 August 1997 Leicester City H 1–0 24,851 Carbone (pen)
13 September 1997 Liverpool A 1–2 34,705 Collins
20 September 1997 Coventry City H 0–0 21,087
24 September 1997 Derby County H 2–5 22,391 Di Canio, Carbone (pen)
27 September 1997 Aston Villa A 2–2 32,044 Collins, Whittingham
4 October 1997 Everton H 3–1 24,486 Carbone (2, 1 pen), Di Canio
19 October 1997 Tottenham Hotspur A 2–3 25,097 Collins, Di Canio
25 October 1997 Crystal Palace H 1–3 22,072 Collins
1 November 1997 Manchester United A 1–6 55,259 Whittingham
8 November 1997 Bolton Wanderers H 5–0 25,027 Di Canio, Whittingham, Booth (3)
22 November 1997 Arsenal H 2–0 34,373 Booth, Whittingham
29 November 1997 Southampton A 3–2 15,244 Atherton, Collins, Di Canio
8 December 1997 Barnsley H 2–1 29,086 Stefanović, Di Canio
13 December 1997 West Ham United A 0–1 24,344
20 December 1997 Chelsea H 1–4 28,334 Pembridge
26 December 1997 Blackburn Rovers H 0–0 33,502
28 December 1997 Leicester City A 1–1 20,800 Booth
10 January 1998 Newcastle United H 2–1 29,446 Di Canio, Newsome
17 January 1998 Leeds United A 2–1 33,166 Newsome, Booth
31 January 1998 Wimbledon H 1–1 22,655 Mark Pembridge
7 February 1998 Coventry City A 0–1 18,375
14 February 1998 Liverpool H 3–3 35,405 Carbone, Di Canio, Hinchcliffe
21 February 1998 Tottenham Hotspur H 1–0 29,871 Di Canio
28 February 1998 Derby County A 0–3 30,203
7 March 1998 Manchester United H 2–0 39,427 Atherton, Di Canio
14 March 1998 Bolton Wanderers A 2–3 24,847 Booth, Atherton
28 March 1998 Arsenal A 0–1 38,087
4 April 1998 Southampton H 1–0 29,677 Carbone
11 April 1998 Barnsley A 1–2 18,692 Stefanović
13 April 1998 West Ham United H 1–1 28,036 Magilton
19 April 1998 Chelsea A 0–1 29,075
25 April 1998 Everton A 3–1 35,497 Pembridge (2), Di Canio
2 May 1998 Aston Villa H 1–3 34,177 Sanetti
10 May 1998 Crystal Palace A 0–1 16,876

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