Championship final day - Sheff Wed v Crystal Palace Venue: Hillsborough Date: 2 May Coverage: Live video on BBC 1 and BBC Sport website (1240-1510 BST - kick-off 1300), commentary on 5 live sports extra (coverage starts 1245), updates on BBC Radio 5 live, text commentary on BBC Sport website
Palace and Wednesday drew 0-0 at Selhurst Park earlier in the season
Sheffield Wednesday chairman Lee Strafford says Crystal Palace should have been relegated after entering administration for a second time.
Strafford's side face a relegation fight against Palace at Hillsborough on Sunday knowing that only a win will keep the Owls in the Championship.
"I don't have sympathy for anyone at Palace other than the fans," Strafford told the Yorkshire Post.
"There should be a bigger punishment and I think that should be relegation."
The Eagles were docked 10 points earlier this season as a result of going into administration from which they have still to emerge and also lost manager Neil Warnock to Queens Park Rangers in March.
If you mis-manage a football club to the extent where you end up in massive debt, administration should not be an escape route
The consequences of relegation for Palace, who are still hopeful of being taken over, could be severe, with joint-administrator Brendan Guilfoyle confirming last month that the club is not funded beyond this season.
Strafford continued: "If you mis-manage a football club to the extent where you end up in massive debt, administration should not be an escape route."
The Owls have harboured debts of around £25m for over a decade, and Strafford said some clubs could see administration as an easier option.
"We have suffered longer and harder than most clubs because we did not go down the administration route at a time when it may have been easier to do so," he said.
"You have to feel sorry for the fans. They don't deserve what has happened there. Administration twice is inexcusable."
Palace had the chance to confirm their league survival on Monday, but failed to beat West Brom, instead drawing 1-1, meaning they must now rely on getting a result at Hillsborough.
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