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Late drama then at Hillsborough as Fernando Forestieri's opportunist goal gives Sheffield Wednesday victory over Aston Villa.
Phil Cartwright has been busy working away and, like a pro, has already compiled the full report which you can read below.
So, a victory for The Owls in front of their vociferous home support.
Just the start that manager Carlos Carvalhal would've wanted. Plenty to ponder for Villa and Roberto di Matteo.
Two of Sheffield Wednesday's stalwarts react to that late win on Sky Sports.
Match-winner Fernando Forestieri: "The way we played today, we knew if we kept going, we could get a result.
"Today we did what the manager wanted and got the victory."
Midfielder Kieran Lee: "It was a hard game, we knew it would be, but we kept on pressing for the winner.
"There was some incredible noise in here today and it's great to be back."
And there it is for Sheffield Wednesday.
Three points secured in their first game thanks to Fernando Forestieri's late goal.
Villa feel the pinch of a cruel late defeat. Reaction on the way.
Wednesday force a corner and then a throw deep in Villa's half. Well seen out this.
Barry Bannan takes a speculative effort from distance with his left.
Think the former Villa man wanted a late goal against his old club.
It's wasted some more time successfully.
Three minutes added on...
Shot on the television of a dejected looking new Villa owner Dr Tony Xia.
He'll be finding out right about now just how tough this division can be.
What's Villa's response to that?
There it is at last.
Last season's Wednesday talisman is the man on target - Fernando Forestieri.
Pierluigi Gollini makes an absolute hash of a clearance and it can only find halfway.
Forestieri sprints clear and makes no mistake to slot it home low.
On comes Liam Palmer for the hosts. Jack Hunt makes way for Wednesday's final change.
At the other end meanwhile, Villa showed some promise as Alan Hutton found space on the right, but his pull back into area couldn't find a team-mate's boot.
Still no breakthrough for either side. Who will step forward to be a late hero?
Wednesday's Tom Lees heads straight into the hands of Villa keeper Pierluigi Gollini from a deep corner.
Last 10 minutes approaching. Can someone find a winner?
Jack Grealish (remember him?) is the latest new face on for Villa.
Ross McCormack makes way, probably still wondering how he didn't hit the target with that chance just now.
Great chance for Ross McCormack to find a goal for Villa on debut.
Rudy Gestede with the aerial knock-down.
But, Wednesday get across to deny him when he was about to pull the trigger.
What do you make of this so far Tony?
Villa's new owner Dr Xia from China looks a nervy figure up in the director's box.
Welcome to the Championship.
Change for Villa now as summer signing Aaron Tshibola, a £5m capture from Reading, comes on for Gary Gardner in midfield.
Wednesday meanwhile threaten once more down the left, but a searching low ball goes right across the edge of Villa's six-yard box without a touch.
There is a change for Wednesday as Atdhe Nuhiu replaces Ross Wallace.
He is immediately into the action from the corner with a header which strikes Tommy Elphick on the body. Villa clear.
Wednesday's turn to go close now.
Fernando Forestieri keeps on surging into Villa's penalty area down the left. Goes alone, but Pierluigi Gollini in Villa's goal parries it behind for a corner.
Ashley Westwood again having a go from the edge of the penalty box for Villa.
Strikes a right-footed volley this time from a corner, but it flashes high and wide to the left.
Changes coming off the bench from these two to force a winner?
One has been enforced so far for Wednesday with Steven Fletcher's earlier withdrawal.
Starting to open up a touch as we enter the last period.
Ross McCormack with a dangerous delivery from a Villa corner to the back post.
Tommy Elphick heads over as he times his run just off.
Just past the hour mark in this one.
Half-chances for both sides, but still nothing decisive.
Close from Villa for the first real time in this game.
A corner works its way back to Ashley Westwood to drill one right-footed on the edge of the box.
He fires it just wide, much to the relief of his namesake Keiren in the Wednesday goal.
Jordan Ayew has been one of Villa's main attacking outlets so far.
He tries to chase down and close the space on Wednesday keeper Keiren Westwood before he clears his lines.
Nothing doing on this occasion and the shadows start to lengthen across the Hillsborough pitch.
Sam Hutchinson clatters into a marauding Alan Hutton down Villa's right wing.
Hutchinson saw yellow in the first half and he's a touch fortunate there to escape any more punishment.
Villa free-kick comes to nothing.
Fernando Forestieri still looking Wednesday's most potent threat coming forward.
He's twisting and turning on the edge of the Villa area, trying to find a killer ball.
Villa have the answers for now and get it clear.
New Villa man Ross McCormack is making a debut this afternoon for his seventh different club.
Can he make it one to remember and give Villa a vital goal?
Action straight away for Wednesday as a low shot from Fernando Forestieri tests Pierluigi Gollini in Villa's goal.
Lovely floated cross in from Ross Wallace with the outside of his left foot.
And away we go again with that new-look kick-off.
I'm not a fan of this new law personally...
So, it's all-square in the Community Shield at Wembley, England have just gone 2-1 up in the Test series v Pakistan and Rio 2016 continues at full pelt.
Can Roberto di Matteo point his Villa side in the direction of three points?
Second half from Hillsborough on the way.
Gonzalo Higuain was in London today as his new club Juventus met West Ham in a pre-season friendly.
Sounds like Paul Pogba is set to finally smash the world-record fee for a transfer this week with his move to Manchester United.
Track all the latest signings as they happen in England, Scotland and across the world.
Grant Ward made a name for himself on his Ipswich debut with a hat-trick against Barnsley yesterday.
Read all about that and some of the other action you might have missed the opening day of the EFL right here.
In case you weren't with us earlier on today, Queens Park Rangers made a winning start to their Championship season with a comfortable victory over Leeds United.
Read the full report of how they gave Garry Monk a first game to forget as Leeds boss.
It's been cagey and competitive for sure.
But, not a lot to shout about in terms of clear chances. Half-time at Hillsborough, we'll go again in just under 15 minutes.
Five minutes of first-half time added on comes to an end as Wednesday defender Daniel Pudil can't quite get enough power on a header.
Almen Abdi put the free-kick into the area after Gary Gardner had hauled Fernando Forestieri down.
Another yellow card goes Wednesday's way and Tom Lees joins his centre-back partner Sam Hutchinson in the book.
He was adjudged to have tugged too tightly at Jordan Ayew's shirt down the Villa left.
Best effort of the half so far comes from Owls forward Fernando Forestieri.
He cuts inside on the edge of Villa's area on the Wednesday left and tries to curl one right-footed on target. Just scrapes over the crossbar.
Good tempo from the hosts in the closing minutes of the first period.
Ross Wallace the latest man to see yellow in this one.
He goes down close to Jordan Ayew's attention just inside Villa's box, but the ref is having none of that and books him for simulation.