This is how Sheffield United’s injury list compares to their opponents for the rest of the season

Sheffield United have entered a crucial period in the race for promotion, but what influence will injuries have on the final Championship league table?

Tuesday, 2nd April 2019, 16:42 pm
Updated Tuesday, 2nd April 2019, 16:49 pm
Bramall Lane. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Here’s a look at how United’s opponents might be affected by injury before the end of the campaign…

Blades

Preston's Alan Browne. (Photo by Harriet Lander/Getty Images)

Injuries: Jack O’Connell, Mark Duffy

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Preston North End

Injuries: Ben Pearson (hamstring), Andrew Hughes (unknown), Tom Barkhuizen (unknown), Brandon Barker (unknown), Tom Clarke (knock) Alan Browne (ankle), Connor Ripley (ankle), Josh Harrop (ACL), Billy Bodin (ACL).

Birmingham City

Ellis Harrison of Ipswich. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Injuries: Charlie Lakin (knock), Omar Bogle (calf).

Millwall

Injuries: Murray Wallace (knee), Tom Bradshaw (knee).

Nottingham Forest

Injuries: Michael Hefele (achilles), Tobias Figueiredo (leg), Michael Dawson (hamstring), Hillal Soundani (knee), Juan Fuentes (knee).

Hull City

Injuries: Reece Burke (back), Stephen Kingsley (thigh), Fraizer Campbell (groin), Ondrej Mazuch (achilles), Angus MacDonald (calf).

Ipswich

Injuries: Matthew Pennington (ankle), James Collins (calf), Freddie Sears (knee), Will Keane (hamstring), Ellis Harrison (ankle ligaments), Grant Ward (knee), Ben Morris (knee), Ben Folami (achilles), Tom Adeyemi (hamstring).

Stoke City

Injuries: Ibrahim Afellay (knee).