SHEFFIELD United manager Danny Wilson urged his team to exploit home advantage in the second leg of their League One play-off semi-final with Stevenage.
Despite securing a goalless draw during last night’s first leg at The Lamex Stadium, Wilson warned against United allowing complacency to creep into their game.
With a full house expected at Bramall Lane on Monday evening, Wilson said: “We’ve got a great opportunity, we’re at our place and we want to force that home if we can.
“I’m sure our fans will be rocking by the time kick-off comes around and we’ve all seen how that can help in the past. But it’s still finely balanced and we know we can’t take anything for granted.”
Chris Porter spearheaded a new-look attacking formation against Gary Smith’s side and Wilson said: “I thought Chris gave everything.”
United’s Michael Doyle said: “It was a great performance by the lads. We dug deep. We’d had two tough games against them this season and they threw everything at us.
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