SHEFFIELD UNITED welcome Arsenal to Bramall Lane for a crunch FA Cup quarter final showdown.
The Blades are set to play their fourth game in ten days and there were signs that fatigue was creeping in as they laboured to a 3-0 defeat against Man Utd in midweek.
Arsenal’s current form is nothing to write home about, although a cup run could give their suffering fans something to finally shout about.
The Gunners last won the FA Cup in 2017, while Chris Wilder’s Blades last lifted the famous trophy way back in 1925.
When is Sheff Utd vs Arsenal?
- With no replays at this stage of the competition, the winner will be decided on Sunday, June 28.
- Kick-off at Bramall Lane is set for 1pm BST.
- When the sides met here earlier in the season, Lys Mousset scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 Blades win.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
- You can catch this game live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate here in the UK.
- Coverage begins at midday.
- If you are a BT Broadband customer or have a BT subscription, download the official app to stream on a number of devices.
How can I watch for free?
EE phone subscribers are in luck.
If you’ve a contract with the telecom giants, you can get a FREE three-month trial to BT Sport mobile.
That means you can watch all the remaining FA Cup and Premier League games shown on the platform this season.
Simply text SPORT to 150 – and casting is available to your TV, too.
What is the team news?
Dean Henderson can return between the sticks after sitting out the clash against parent club Man Utd.
John Egan is back from suspension, while Jack O’Connell is back available and may play some part.
David Luiz has recently signed a new one-year deal and could feature despite a calamitous performance against Man City last week.
While Pablo Mari and Lucas Torreira are definitely out as Mikel Arteta looks to build on the win over Southampton.
- Sheffield United to win – 15/8
- Draw at Bramall Lane – 11/5
- Victory for Arsenal – 3/2
- Over 2.5 goals – 21/20
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.