FA Cup: Sheffield Wednesday hold Swansea on Carvalhal's return

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Carlos Carvalhal made his first return to his former stomping ground since he was axed by Wednesday on Christmas Eve.

With Swansea fighting relegation from the Premier League and Wednesday also looking over their shoulders in the Championship, Carvalhal has suggested that a replay is not ideal for either side.

The Portuguese only left Hillsborough eight weeks ago by mutual consent but, in a classic twist of fixture fate, found himself back there with new club Swansea in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

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"To come back after five years or 10 years will be great".

A switch-up of the Swansea's frontline after the break did little to spark the game into life, as both team's trudged their way to an eventual 0-0 draw that leaves the tie undecided and in need of a replay.

There were plenty of empty seats at Hillsborough but the home fans who had turned up were in good voice and they nearly had a goal to cheer inside three minutes as captain Adam Reach broke through on the right and his shot across goal was pushed behind by Kristoffer Nordfeldt.

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"But it's the reality and we still have an opportunity to stay in the cup so it's nothing negative". The Swans have gotten the better of Liverpool, Arsenal and Burnley in recent weeks and will be full of confidence as they face Sheffield Wednesday this week.

Swansea looked more potent with the introduction of Nathan Dyer and Jordan Ayew up front, although it was the unlikely figure of Kyle Bartley who got on the end of a Swans attack but failed to test the keeper. "Now we must go to Swansea and I know it's a hard game for us but we must try to go a round further". 'I don't think it's a big problem but let's see if it's a small problem or if it's not a problem'.

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