MANCHESTER UNITED welcome Chris Wilder's Blades to Old Trafford for an unlikely European tussle.
It's only three years since Sheffield United were playing in League One, but now they stand on the cusp of a place in next season's Europa League.
The Blades sit in seventh place and could overtake United if they end up winning this one.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils drew 1-1 with Tottenham on Friday night and have a chance to close the gap on the top four to just two points with victory at Old Trafford.
When is Man Utd vs Sheffield?
- This Premier League clash kicks off at 6pm (UK time) on Wednesday, June 24.
- For the American viewers that's 1pm (ET)
- The game will be taking place at Old Trafford, with no fans in attendance.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
- The game will be available on Sky PICK for free.
- This is on Sky channel 159 (HD), Freeview channel 11 (SD) and Freesat channel 147 (HD)
- For the remainder of the campaign, EVERY Premier League game is being shown on TV in the UK.
- You can see also this one live on Sky Sports Main Event (crowd noise) or Sky Sports Premier League (no crowd noise).
- If you want to watch but don't have a Sky subscription, grabbing a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 will allow you to stream on a mobile, tablet, PC or games console.
What is the team news?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said there are no fresh injuries in the squad, which will relieve fans as Marcus Rashford was seen hobbling off the pitch against Spurs.
There are still questions over whether Paul Pogba will make the starting XI, as the manager wants to ease him back in following a lengthy injury layoff.
David De Gea, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw may be in the firing line after disappointing performances on Friday night.
Sergio Romero, Eric Bailly and Brandon William are waiting in the wings to take their places.
The Blades have some major players missing with United loanee Dean Henderson ineligible against his parent club.
John Egan was given a red card against Newcastle United over the weekend and defender Jack O'Connell is ruled out due to an injury.
- Man Utd to win – 4/9
- Draw – 16/5
- Sheffield Utd victory – 7/1
- Both teams to score – 23/20
- Rashford to net from outside the box – 5/1
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
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