Leeds United v Sheffield United, Sky Sports, Saturday 3 April, 3pm BST
Leeds will be looking to inflict defeat on their Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side went into the international break on a high, having beaten Fulham (opens in new tab) in their last Premier League encounter before the pause for World Cup qualifiers. That was an excellent result following their goalless draw with Chelsea (opens in new tab) the previous week, and Leeds (opens in new tab) will now be looking to make it three games unbeaten against a Sheffield United team without a permanent manager at the helm.
A top-half finish would be a magnificent achievement for Leeds in their first season back in the Premier League. They currently sit 11th but are just two points adrift of the top 10, and victory here may well be enough for them to end the weekend in 10th place. Survival is already guaranteed, with the Whites 13 points clear of the bottom three with nine games remaining. That is a fine accomplishment for Bielsa and his team.
Sheffield United, conversely, have endured a miserable campaign. It is only a matter of time before their time in the top tier comes to an end, and Chris Wilder’s departure last month leaves the Blades looking for a new man to lead them in the Championship next term.
Paul Heckinbottom will take charge of Saturday’s clash at Elland Road, and he could become a contender for the role if United end the season strongly. However, a 14-point gap separating them from 17th means survival is out of the question for the Blades.
Leeds will be unable to call upon the services of Adam Forshaw, while Mateusz Klich requires a late fitness test. Pablo Hernandez, Rodrigo Moreno, Patrick Bamford and Liam Cooper have all been passed fit.
Sheffield United will have to make do without Sander Berge, Chris Basham, Billy Sharp, John Egan, Jack Robinson, Jack O’Connell and Jack Rodwell.
Kick-off is at 3pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League (opens in new tab) in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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