Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United live stream, Tuesday 17 May, 7.45pm BST
Nottingham Forest will be looking to complete the job after beating Sheffield United in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final on Saturday.
Steve Cooper's side hold a slender advantage as they prepare to welcome the Blades to the City Ground. Forest drew first blood in the first leg, as Jack Colback followed up after Philip Zinckernagel saw his shot saved by Wes Foderingham. Forest doubled their lead in the 71st minute, with Brennan Johnson finishing coolly after a blocked shot from Joe Lolley fell into his path.
Forest, in truth, could have scored more than twice at Bramall Lane - and they were made to pay for their profligacy when Sander Berge halved the deficit in the first minute of second-half stoppage time. Given the quality and quantity of the chances they created, Forest will be slightly disappointed that they only lead by one goal at the midway point of the tie.
Sheffield United still have a tough task in front of them, but a fast start on Tuesday could see the home crowd get nervy. Paul Heckinbottom will no doubt be telling his players that no one is giving United a chance in a bid to inspire them to pull off a second-leg comeback that would live long in the memories of Blades supporters.
Keinan Davis came off the bench on Saturday, but it could be too early for the loanee strike to start after a hamstring issue. Cooper will have been delighted with how his team performed in Yorkshire and it would be a surprise if he made any changes to the team that began the first leg.
Heckingbottom might feel differently given the extent to which United were outplayed last time out. George Baldock is one player who could come into the side if the manager opts to make a change or two, but Billy Sharp, Rhian Brewster, David McGoldrick and Oli McBurnie are out.
Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST on Tuesday 17 May, and the game is being broadcast live by Sky Sports Football (opens in new tab). See below for international broadcast options.
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Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).