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Sheff Utd vs Arsenal: Gunners look to build on superb six-game winning run



ARSENAL travel to Bramall Lane in phenomenal form – but wouldn’t that just be football for bottom place Sheffield United to do the unthinkable?

The Gunners finally got revenge on Newcastle for their controversial VAR loss earlier this season with a 4-1 thrashing at the Emirates last Saturday.

Sheffield United are in trouble

And it was a result that meant Mikel Arteta’s men have now recorded SIX consecutive Premier League wins since the start of the calendar year.

Furthermore, Jakub Kiwior’s header on the weekend was Arsenal’s 25th strike since returning from their Dubai training camp in January, while the Blades have only scored 22 times all season.

But the Gunners showed signs that they can be got at in Europe and with the support of the home crowd, Sheffield United always stand a chance.


When is Sheffield United vs Arsenal?

  • Sheffield United host Arsenal in a tasty Premier League clash on Monday, March 4.
  • It is scheduled to get underway at 8pm GMT.
  • Bramall Lane is the allocated arena for this fixture and it can host approximately 32,050 fans.
  • Eddie Nketiah’s hattrick humiliated Sheffield United with a 5-0 scoreline when the sides last met earlier this season.

Is Sheffield United vs Arsenal on TV and can it be streamed live?

  • Sheffield United vs Arsenal will be broadcast LIVE on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK.
  • Coverage is expected to commence from 6:30pm GMT on both channels – one hour 30 minutes before kick-off.
  • Fans can stream the live action through NOW TV.
  • Alternatively, head to SunSport’s live blog for complete coverage of the game including pre-match and post-match reaction.

What is the team news?

Chris Wilder could have as many as NINE key players out for their huge encounter against Arsenal.

Max Lowe (ankle), Rhys Norrington-Davies (thigh) and Chris Basham (ankle) are all certainly ruled out.

John Egan (ankle), Ben Bereton Diaz (thigh), Cameron Archer (calf), George Baldock (muscle) and Daniel Jebbison (illness) will need to be assessed.

While Mason Holgate is still suspended after picking up a red card for a reckless challenge on Brighton star Kaoru Mitoma.

Elsewhere, Mikel Arteta will be without Jurrien Timber (knee) and Takehiro Tomiyasu (muscle).

But the Gunners gaffer hinted that the trio of Thomas Partey, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus could all be handed a run out at Bramall Lane.

Thomas Partey has only played a handful of games for Arsenal this season

What are the latest odds?

  • Sheffield United to win 16/1
  • Draw 6/1
  • Arsenal to win 2/11

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes are correct at time of publication

Source: The Sun


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