Sheffield United will be desperate to use the upcoming FA Cup fixtures as a springboard to get back on the road to winning the Premier League.
Winless Blades is the lowest point in Premier League history with just two draws and 15 defeats.
Boss Chris Wilder will demand a confident performance against the League One side Bristol Rovers to start his team’s campaign.
The Rovers started their own season in poor fashion, but have won three of their last four league games to move away from the relegation zone by the 18th of the 24th.
Their last six goals have been scored by different players, proving that their team has match-winners, but can they make it harder for opponents to beat the top two leagues?
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When on Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United TV?
Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United will be held Saturday, January 2021.
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What time is the kick off?
The journey of Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United will begin 3 p.m..
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Which TV channel is Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United?
The game will be shown live on BT Sport Extra 4 from 3pm
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How to stream Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United online
You can watch the match with BT Sport’s monthly pass without signing up for any contract.
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Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United team news
Bristol Rovers: Goalkeeper Ansi Jakkola is missing the Rovers’ only injury before this one.
Josh Grant, on the other hand, is optimistic that he will return after a short spell.
Sheffield United: John Lundstrom’s suspension has only been counted in the league, which means he will be available to start it. He probably is.
Jack O’Connell and Sander Berge are both missing for the Blades, but Wilder has relatively few injuries compared to some Premier League parts.
Our prediction: Bristol Rovers vs. Sheffield United
It feels like they lost to Sheffield United due to the uncertain nature of their Premier League status.
The Blades’ flatlining confidence could not withstand another blow in the form of a defeat to an opponent who had come down so low in the football pyramid. However, a victory will add more fixtures to their already inflated calendar.
Wilder would still be omnipresent in the assurance of this win that any win could inject him with some confidence, but they would not get it in their own way.
Our forecast: Bristol Rovers 1-2 Sheffield United
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