The truth of our Savior's last week is critical in our teaching and preaching truth rather than "tradition of men".
In the 1800s, great scholars such as E.W. Bullinger of the Companion Bible published several articles proving the the meal our Messiah took, the night He was betrayed, was not the Passover.
Many famous Bible teachers have also published articles supporting the Wednesday crucifixion and Sabbath evening resurrection.
This blog will present information supporting the Wednesday Crucifixion, and Sabbath resurrection.
Following the "timelines" given in the texts, there is no possibility to arrive at a Friday passover and crucifixion on that day.
The following links are to E. W. Bullinger's articles on this subject, the first will be the following. Six days before the Passover is either Thursday or Friday of the week before, and therefore Passover/crucifixion, cannot fall on Friday:
"Six Days Before The Passover"