The Owls have enjoyed a good run of form across all competitions in recent weeks and took seven points from a possible nine in a busy bundle of league fixtures last week.
Wednesday have rotated their squad for previous matches in the competition and while their injury crisis at the back remains and changes are expected, Moore suggested it won’t be a case of ‘rolling out the kids’ for tonight’s Hillsborough match-up.
We have got 18 players and you will probably see the same group of players go again.
“I don’t envisage anyone coming back from injury. By the time you see people come back in, you have got to give them another seven to 10 days.
This weekend is a scheduled FA Cup weekend, meaning the side effectively have six days away from matches leading into the long trip down to fellow promotion hopefuls Portsmouth next Tuesday.
“We have always wanted to play with that attacking intent,” he said. “We finished with eight attacking players on the pitch today.
“When you have got that many attacking players on the pitch, you are going to get chances.
I thought we looked threatening every time we got the ball. It was definitely a continuation of the performance on Tuesday night.
“As long as we are performing well and creating chances, we will win games. The stats point to that today; we didn’t lose it and that is most important thing.”