Odds, referee, TV details: Everything you need to know ahead of Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur
Bottom club Sheffield United have finally got a league win to their name after beating Newcastle United at Bramall Lane last night.
Now Chris Wilder’s side will be hoping to make more inroads into the sizeable gap between themselves and the clubs above the Premier League relegation zone when they welcome José Mourinho’s title-chasing Tottenham Hotspur to the Steel City on Sunday afternoon.
Here’s how you can follow the game.
When is the match? What time is kick-off?
The game takes place at Bramall Lane on Sunday, January 17 and kick-off is at 2.05pm.
Is Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur on TV? How can I follow it live?
Yes, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Its coverage begins at 2pm and the game will be screened on the Main Event and Premier League channels.
Fans can sign up to Sky’s Premier League and Football channels HERE, from £18 a month on a rolling month-to-month contract.
Alternatively, NOW TV offers fans the chance to enjoy the complete Sky Sports package without any lengthy contract. The service is streamed through an app found on most smart TVs and portable devices. It can also be accessed through a NOW TV stick.
One-off fees of £9.99 for a day pass or £33.99 for a month pass can be bought HERE.
How else can I follow the game?
As ever, The Star will also be running a comprehensive live blog with team news, live updates, reaction and analysis from Danny Hall and James Shield – who will be among only a handful of people allowed into Bramall Lane. You can follow them on Twitter via @DannyHall04 and @JamesShield1.
Who is the referee?
Andre Marriner is the referee and Richard West and Mark Scholes are his assistants. The fourth official is Robert Jones, with Michael Oliver on VAR duty.
What are the odds?
Sky Bet is offering the following odds on the game:
Sheffield United – 5/1
Draw – 3/1
Tottenham Hotspur – 11/20
Are any tickets available?
No, supporters are not currently allowed into ground to watch matches in England due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions set out by the Government.