Liverpool vs Sheffield United: Match preview
The leader has won 18 of the 19 Premier League games played. So what else to expect than another triumph. However, it should be said that they surprised everyone, especially by the excellent games on the away grounds.
Only a few days ago, Sheffield lost outside their stadium for the first time in Manchester against City. Previously, they had celebrated three times in nine previous appearances and had six draws. Most realistically, they suffer a second defeat in a short period, but, if nothing else, at different ages.
Liverpool team news:
Liverpool is marching to their Premier League title in the best possible way. When it comes to home championship matches, we emphasize that Liverpool have not lost in their last fifty games at their stadium.
When it comes to victories, it should be emphasized that Liverpool has won 17/17 of their last league fixtures in front of their fans. That series has being greatly tempted a few days ago when Liverpool defeated Wolverhampton with great difficulty. It can be said that VAR technology helped the home team. It directed the duel towards the new three points of the Premier League leader.
In the last four league games Liverpool has not received a single goal. Liverpool has recorded 18 of 19 victories in the Premier League this season and one of the hardest was against Sheffield. The match was evenly equalized and was only decided in the 70th minute by Wijnaldum’s goal.
Probable lineup: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Keita, Firmino, Mane, Salah.
Sheffield team news:
Until a few days ago, Sheffield was undefeated away during the whole season. For the new first baseman, who didn’t have a great rating at the start of the season, the visiting 3-6-0 ratio looked fantastic.
The invincible series lasted far more than even the most optimistic fans of the club could have guessed. It ended, quite logically, at a visit to Manchester City where Sheffield resisted for almost an hour, but still received two goals (0-2) .
This also marked a positive streak for this club in the Championship, as Sheffield had a 3-1-0 run before Etihad, followed by Etihad following the toughest possible away game at the moment, the one in Liverpool.
Probable lineup: Henderson, Basham, Egan, O’Connell, Baldock, Freeman, Norwood, Fleck, Stevens, McGoldrick, McBurnie.
It is important for Sheffield to secure Premier League status for the coming season as soon as possible. We believe they will succeed. We do not expect a lot of goals in this match. Besides the Liverpool’s win, we suggest you to play on a smaller number of goals as there should be no more than three.
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