On paper, Sheffield United vs Wolves is probably tonight’s most competitive Premier League fixture. Both sides have impressed against the odds and find themselves within touching distance of European qualification. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to watch Sheffield United vs Wolves tonight.
Nobody could have predicted how successful Sheffield United have been in their first season back in the Premier League. The Blades have gone from strength to strength under Chris Wilder and prepare to go toe-to-toe with a Wolves side who, similarly, took to the Premier League like ducks to water when they returned to the league in 2018.
Sheffield United vs Wolves kick-off time
The game will get underway at 6pm BST at Bramall Lane. Of course, due to COVID-19 restrictions, no crowds will be in attendance and Sheffield United will be without their reliably vocal supporters.
How to watch Sheffield United vs Wolves in the UK
The game is available to Sky Sports customers on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
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Sheffield United vs Wolves match preview
Wolves have impressed since the restart, but United were shaky in the initial wake of the resumption. The Blades lost 3-0 to both Manchester United and Newcastle United, and were defeated by Arsenal as well, but did impress in defeating Tottenham last Thursday. They also managed draws with Burnley and Aston Villa.
Meanwhile, Wolves won all three of their comeback fixtures in June, before losing to Arsenal on Saturday.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have certainly been the more consistent since the restart, but there is a feeling that Sheffield United have returned to form. Tonight’s fixture is an interestingly timed one as a result.
Both sides are likely to be able to field full-strength teams, though there is a chance Wolves may be without forward, Pedro Neto.