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WEEKEND'S PRESS REVIEW

10 March 2014

Catch up with all the reaction from Saturday's game.

Two-goal hero Ishmael Miller revealed he almost missed the vital win due to injury. The 27-year-old was ruled out of the previous week’s draw at Reading with a hamstring problem. “It was touch and go whether I played,” said Yeovil’s top scorer.
Daily Star

REPORT: Nottingham Forest loanee Ishmael Miller scores twice as Yeovil Town beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0.
Western Gazette

Sheffield Wednesday’s nine-match unbeaten run away from home came to an end at Yeovil on Saturday. In a relatively even Championship contest, the Somerset side had the game’s outstanding player in Ishmael Miller, who ultimately proved the difference. The big frontman was a handful for the Owls’ defence throughout and proved too hot to handle, scoring both goals in the 2-0 win.
Sheffield Wednesday Official Site

Yeovil boosted their chances of Sky Bet Championship survival with a 2-0 home win over Sheffield Wednesday. Miller double gives Yeovil points Striker Ishmael Miller struck either side of half-time to end the Owls' impressive away run and earned the Glovers back-to-back wins at Huish Park for the first time this season.
ClubCall

Yeovil manager Gary Johnson heaped praise on match-winner Ishmael Miller and Spanish debutant Ruben Palazuelos after the Glovers' 2-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday. A brace from striker Miller boosted the Somerset side's Sky Bet Championship survival hopes and earned the hosts their first back-to-back wins at Huish Park this season.
Sporting Life

Midfielder Ruben Palazuelos admits he is living out a dream by playing for Yeovil Town in the Sky Bet Championship. The Spaniard signed a contract with the Glovers last month having impressed manager Gary Johnson during a trial following his release from Finnish outfit FC Honka. He made his debut in last week’s remarkable draw at Reading, coming off the bench to help fill a depleted line-up struck by three red cards.
Western Gazette

Yeovil Town will need less than 50 points to preserve their Sky Bet Championship status, according to manager Gary Johnson. The Glovers beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 on Saturday to ensure they stay two points from safety ahead of Tuesday evening’s clash with Ipswich Town.
Western Gazett

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