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It’s clear, Manchester United return to Old Trafford for the first time since March 8 when they host Sheffield United at the Theatre of Dreams on Wednesday
And in what could prove to be a crunch fixture in the race to secure Champions League qualification this term.
While the point the home side, Manchester United picked up in North London should prove useful in the medium term
Chelsea’s win at Aston Villa means a gap of five points has been opened up between the 4th placed Blues and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side in 5th
Sheffield United’s re-start stutter continued on Sunday when they were ousted 3-0 by Newcastle at St. James’ Park
The Blades however, remain one of the Premier League’s most tactically and defensively robust outfits under Chris Wilder, especially in away fixtures
Remarkably, few goals were scored in a huge 80% of Sheffield United’s League away assignments since August, and on Wednesday
With a frontline that excels as a counter-punching unit, Solskjaer’s charges could be frustrated for large periods on Wednesday
when they look for holes in the Blades’ water-tight rearguard and that in turn makes the under 2.5 goals market a smart selection to make.
Unbeaten in 11 games now with an impressive six clean sheets in their last seven at home, United should have enough momentum to make home advantage
The Blades have conceded one or fewer goals in 11 out of 15 away matches in 2019/20 however, and should make their hosts work hard for their victory.
Portuguese midfield maestro Bruno Fernandes picked up where he left off before the break last Friday with another virtuoso performance for United at Spurs.
The 25-year-old’s inventive passing and incredibly high-workrate should prove a potent combination again on Wednesday
and Bruno will be aiming to add to his already impressive Premier League numbers, which currently stand at three goals and three assists in six starts.
United battled their way to a well-earned point at Spurs in their first game back after the League’s resumption last week, earning a share of the spoils through a late.
However, substitute Paul Pogba’s second-half introduction was key, and the Frenchman, whose quick feet won United’s penalty, is line to start on Wednesday