Sheffield United travel to Goodison Park on Sunday evening to take on Everton, with Paul Heckingbottom’s side only having pride to play for, whilst the hosts are still within a shout of European football for next season.
The Blades fell to a disappointing 2-0 defeat against Crystal Palace in their last game, whilst Carlo Ancelotti’s side played out a stalemate with Aston Villa.
Heckingbottom’s side will have to put in a seriously improved display if they are to avoid leaving Goodison Park with nothing, although the hosts have struggled against bottom-half teams at home this season, so could be vulnerable if the Blades are at their best.
Here’s how Football FanCast expects the 43-year-old to line his side up on Sunday evening, with three changes from the side that started against Crystal Palace last time out…
Aaron Ramsdale keeps his place in goal, as there was very little he could do about either Crystal Palace goal last time out.
There are two changes in defence, as Jayden Bogle comes in at right wing-back, with George Baldock moving into a more central role, whilst Max Lowe comes in at left wing-back, with Enda Stevens replacing the £1.8m-rated Kean Bryan at centre-back.
The midfield stays the same, with Sander Berge still regaining match fitness ahead of a likely summer departure and he is supported by John Fleck and Oliver Norwood.
There is one change in attack as, after a less than impressive display against Crystal Palace, Oliver Burke drops to the bench and is replaced by 17-year-old wonderkid Daniel Jebbison. He made his debut against the Eagles as a substitute, and he supports David McGoldrick in attack.