During the 1992-93 campaign, Sheffield Wednesday and Manchester United played out two memorable contests. They shared six goals evenly on Boxing Day, while two late goals from Steve Bruce in the return fixture sealed a 2-1 win for United and is often credited as the most crucial result on their run to the title.
It meant that when the two sides lined up against each other the following season at Hillsborough on this very day, much was expected and they didn't disappoint.
However, just two minutes after the restart, hosting Wednesday went in front. A quickly-taken free kick from Andy Sinton found Chris Bart-Williams, who drilled beyond the reach of Schmeichel from 20 yards out.
The Welshman then put the away side in the lead shortly after the hour when he controlled a square pass from Eric Cantona and then fired low into Woods's goal.
The victory kept United, who had lost just one of their first 10 matches, top of the table and they would go on to end the season as champions for the second season in succession, while Trevor Francis's side finished seventh.