Sheffield United vs Liverpool: Match Details

Sheffield United vs Liverpool: How To Watch/Match Buildup

When- 2:30 PM EST on Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Where- Bramall Lane

Watch- Peacock

Listen- TalkSPORT


Liverpool Win: 81%
Sheffield United Win: 7%
Draw: 12%

Injuries/Missing Players-

Liverpool- Andy Robertson, Thiago Alcantara, Stefan Bajcetic, Alisson, Diogo Jota, Joel Matip

Sheffield United- Chris Basham, Rhys Norrington-Davies, John Egan, Tom Davies, Daniel Jebbison, Oliver McBurnie, Rhian Brewster, George Baldock

Last 5 Results-

Liverpool- WDWDW

Sheffield United- LLDWL

Match Notes-

Sheffield United welcome Liverpool to Bramall Lane at the start of the busy festive period. The Blades are coming off the back of a 5-0 thrashing against Burnley, where they went down to 10-men right before half-time. Manager Paul Heckingbotom has been sacked, replaced by a familiar face Chris Wilder. With Sheffield United sitting bottom of the table with just 1 win from 14, he’s got his work cut out for him. They will hope to benefit from a new manager bounce, and a bouncing Bramall Lane won’t make it easy for Liverpool.

Klopp’s men made a meal out of their weekend clash with Fulham, taking all 3 points in a 7 goal thriller. They left it late, and showed lots of defensive frailties. Substitute Wataru Endo made a massive impact off the bench, scoring the equalizer and making a few crucial tackles in the closing minutes. Cody Gakpo was also electric off the bench, leading the charge toward a winning goal. I think that Jurgen Klopp’s team selection will have a big impact on the outcome of the match. Wataru Endo’s recent run of good form means he has to start for me. With a true number 6 in midfield, Liverpool will have more protection against counter attacks from the Blades, which is how they will look to exploit Liverpool. Festive fixtures always bring about crazy results, and although I think the Reds will win, it’ll be tight.

Score Prediction

Sheffield United 1-2 Liverpool

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