Sheffield United v Everton Match Preview & Best Odds

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Sheffield United v Everton Match Preview & Best Odds


Sheffield United and Everton are both struggling to get off the mark this season and the pressure will be on when they go head-to-head in South Yorkshire at lunchtime on Saturday.

Sheffield United’s poor run continued when they lost on penalties to Lincoln City in the League Cup on Wednesday evening, the Blades having suffered back-to-back defeats in the Premier League against Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Manchester City.

To be fair, Sheffield United could have snatched a point against the treble winners after levelling the scoreline in the 85th minute, Rodri firing home for Pep Guardiola’s side just two minutes from time. The Blades should have taken a large amount of encouragement from their performance against City but they were somewhat lacklustre against Lincoln City a few days later, the rotated United team failing to find a way through the Imps’ backline and losing on spot kicks despite enjoying 71% of possession throughout the game.

At least the Blades can concentrate on league matters until the third round of the FA Cup but with four defeats from their four competitive games thus far this season, manager Paul Heckingbottom needs to consider his options carefully.

Everton are currently sitting at the foot of the Premier League table on account of their three successive defeats, the Toffees having came off second-best against Fulham (0-1), Aston Villa (4-0) and Wolverhampton (0-1). They edged past Doncaster Rovers to the tune of 2-1 in the League Cup on Wednesday evening but the fact remains that the Merseysiders have experienced their worst ever start to a Premier League campaign.

Having failed to score in their opening three Premier League matches, Everton should consign their scoring woes to the past when they do battle with Sheffield United this weekend, the Blades still reeling from two dismal and demoralising defeats in the space of just four days. United did manage a praiseworthy performance against Manchester City and are more than capable of denying the Toffees their first league win of the campaign, however we envisage this match ending all-square with a goal apiece.


Our Tip: Back a 1-1 draw at best odds of 11/2