Sheffield United: Is this the best Blades display of the season? Every game of 2018/19 so far, ranked in order of performance

Sheffield United have enjoyed a fine 2018/19 season to date, sitting second in the Championship table with 13 league games remaining.

Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 13:29 pm
Updated Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 13:37 pm
Blades boss Chris Wilder

But which display was their most and least impressive to date? Our man Danny Hall gives his opinions - have your say in the comments below or on Twitter.

United were simply rampant as they hammered Villa 4-1 at Bramall Lane, Chris Wilder later hailing a 'complete performance'
Despite the result, a 3-3 draw after being 3-0 ahead, United were sensational for 85 minutes of the game which shouldn't be forgotten
A 2-2 draw with their promotion rivals, after twice falling behind. A show of United's attitude as well as their ability

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A 3-0 rout of a Bolton side flying high at the time, with United completely dominant throughout the afternoon
Another draw, but a last-minute equaliser for Stoke shouldn't mask the fact that United were excellent - apart from sticking away their chances
After two losses in their two opening games, United went to Loftus Road and went behind again - before hitting back to win 2-1
Another show of United's character, after they went behind and were then pegged back at 2-2 before Leon Clarke's winner
An unlikely hero in Richard Stearman sealed a deserved victory over their top-six rivals, without Chris Basham, Jack O'Connell and George Baldock
A superb result on a bit of a bogey ground for United, David McGoldrick netting an 88th minute winner to send the visiting Blades wild
A New Year's Day masterclass from the Blades with Billy Sharp scoring his record-breaking goal to become the highest-netting marksman of the 21st Century
A Boxing Day cracker at Bramall Lane, helped by a superb atmosphere as the crowd rallied in the face of baffling refereeing decisions. United won 3-1
United ended Blackburn's long unbeaten home record as Sharp scored a superb brace on this midweek night at Ewood Park
United looked to have it all to do when Basham was sent off, but ended up 3-0 winners with Richie Smallwood also seeing red for the visitors
Four goals without reply, including one inside the opening 40 seconds and two for recent signing Gary Madine - his first in United colours
A stunning three-on-one save from Dean Henderson kept United in it before that man Sharp popped up at the death to give the hosts a vital three points
United were well worthy of a point until Henderson's poor back-pass fed Jack Clarke, and Pablo Hernandez was given the easy task of poking home to seal victory
United created opportunities aplenty at Ashton Gate but couldn't put them away, with McGoldrick particularly culpable before Marley Watkins' late winner
United hit back from the blow of going behind within 19 seconds to dominate the first half at Pride Park, equalising through Basham - only for Jack Marriott to hit a winner
United went ahead against their promotion rivals, but Gareth Barry dragged them back on level terms before the Baggies took control of the game and Kieran Gibbs earned them all three points
A comfortable 1-0 victory against Steve McClaren's side, who barely laid a glove on United after McGoldrick headed home Oli Norwood's superb cross
United had two goals disallowed and looked set for another evening of frustration before Sharp and Sam Baldock's own goal gave them all three points
A tough afternoon against the relegation-threatened hosts at Portman Road, who went ahead. United were indebted once again to Sharp for his equaliser and couldn't find a winner
Could have been a different story had McGoldrick scored his penalty, but United couldn't break down the Owls' stubborn defence as they earned the point they came for
A straightforward 2-0 victory against stubborn visitors, who nevertheless couldn't cope with the quality United have. Sharp set up one and scored the other
A superb debut for Norwood until he missed a penalty in United's shootout defeat. United would get their revenge on the Tigers in the league, though
United's opening game started well when Baldock put them ahead, but they couldn't kill off their visitors who hit back to win 2-1
United struggled to break down a stubborn Hull side at Bramall Lane until McGoldrick converted a penalty in the 70th minute
United were two goals ahead before being pushed back to 2-2 by Preston, until McGoldrick netted a crucial 87th-minute winner
United missed the chance to go second after losing 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium. They started strongly but faded before Oli McBurnie's winner
Wilder said United were punished for being "an average side" after being knocked off the top of the Championship following their defeat at the City Ground
Wilder described the performance as 'very, very poor' after Jamie Proctor came off the bench to seal a 2-2 draw for the Millers with an injury-time equaliser
United were blown away by Boro with three goals inside the first 25 minutes, although they did recover to have a few chances in the second half
United were fortunate to escape with a point as the Blues hit the post in both halves, while Henderson foiled Connor Mahoney late on
United were booed off by their fans after a 1-0 FA Cup defeat to the non-league side, and Wilder said the fans didn't boo as loud as they should have done