Sheffield United news LIVE: Chris Wilder on why his side needs to be more cunning | Former Blades striker tests positive for coronavirus
Most of the Sheffield United players are taking a little break to rest and recuperate at the moment but for some, there are a few key games coming up as they turn out for their countries.
We’ll be hering from some of them today as Scotland face Serbia later this week in a Euro 2020 qualification while the Republic of Ireland take on England.
Stay with us for more on those games and, of course, everything else coming out of Bramall Lane and Shirecliffe.
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Sheffield United news LIVE: Latest updates from Bramall Lane
Last updated: Wednesday, 11 November, 2020, 17:04
- Blades players are in international action this week
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Alan Biggs on the pressure facing United in the coming weeks
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Former Blade to miss international
It has been reported that former Blades striker Callum Robinson is the Republic of Ireland player who has tested psitive for Covid-19.
Robinson will miss the Republic’s match against England this week as a result.
Enda Stevens was forced out of that match through injury but John Egan is expected to play.
‘We can’t be naive'
Sheffield United’s players are set to undergo a crash course in the methods some Premier League clubs employ to win “cheap” free kicks and influence match officials, after Chris Wilder admitted his team must become more streetwise in order to win its battle for survival.
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Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder identifies the biggest challenge facing his players when they return to Premier League action
Sheffield United’s players will find it difficult to draw a line under their defeats to Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool, manager Chris Wilder has admitted, because they continue to believe they can compete with the best in the Premier League.