This was the team the last time Sheffield United kept seven consecutive clean sheets

Sheffield United are just one clean sheet away from matching a club record of eight consecutive league shut-outs - a record set by Nigel Clough's Blades in 2014.

Monday, 18th March 2019, 2:52 pm
Updated Monday, 18th March 2019, 2:53 pm
Bramall Lane

Fan favourite Dean Henderson is the man between the sticks now, but five years ago the United 'keeper taking all the plaudits was Mark Howard. Here's the full starting team the last time the Blades broke their own clean sheet record...

Now at Blackpool, Howard was the man between the sticks for the record breaking 0-0 draw against Preston North End.
Harris now plays for FC United of Manchester - his fourth club since leaving the Blades in 2016.

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Has since been seen netting headers at the World Cup...
Played for Port Vale after leaving United and has since retired.
Now at Premier League Wolves, Coady played for Huddersfield after his loan spell at Bramall Lane.
Still with the Blades of course - could he be part of the side to match his old record?
Now at St Mirren, Flynn also played for Oldham since leaving United.
Now at strugglers Notts County, Doyle has also turned out for Coventry and Portsmouth since leaving the Blades.
Baxter is now at Oldham Athletic after leaving United in 2017.
Murphy is now playing for Steven Gerrard at Rangers.
Scougall is now with Carlisle United after joining on a free from St Johnstone.
Davies is currently playing for Boston United and played for Grimsby and Portsmouth since leaving United.
The Crewe man has bagged 12 goals so far this season.