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Wolves v Sheffield United: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Wolverhampton Wanderers can continue their impressive campaign under Gary O'Neil with the visit of Sheffield United at Molineux on Sunday.

Candidates for relegation at the start of the season, Wolves are in contention for a top-half finish and O'Neil deserves immense credit for the club's upturn in fortunes.

They take on a Sheffield United side that are desperate for points after they succumbed to yet another 5-0 defeat, this time at the hands of Brighton.

Wolves v Sheffield United

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How to watch Wolves v Sheffield United and TV channel

Wolves v Sheffield United will be shown in the UK on Sky Sports Premier League.

Wolves v Sheffield United kick-off time, date and venue

Wolves v Sheffield United will be played at Molineux in Wolverhampton, England and kick-off is at 13:30 GMT on Sunday 25th February 2024.

Wolves v Sheffield United stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Wolves have lost just two of their last 11 matches in all competitions, a run that includes away victories at Chelsea and Tottenham.

Sheffield United have shipped 65 goals this season, conceding 2.6 goals per game - the worst average in Premier League history.

Of the Blades' three Premier League wins this term, their first came against Wolves in November after Oliver Norwood's penalty in the 101st minute.

Wolves v Sheffield United head-to-head record (H2H)

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Sheffield United wins


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Wolves v Sheffield United team news

Wolves team news

Wolves have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Sunday's clash, with Matheus Cunha the only confirmed absentee after the forward sustained a serious hamstring issue in the defeat to Brentford.

Sheffield United team news

Sheffield United will be without Mason Holgate, with the defender to begin his three-game suspension following his straight red card in the loss to Brighton.

The Blades are sweating on the fitness of Ben Brereton Diaz and Cameron Archer, while George Baldock is nearing his comeback from a muscle issue.

Rhys Norrington-Davies' rotten luck with injuries continued with the Welsh international ruled out for the remainder of the season; he joins Max Lowe, Chris Basham and John Egan on the treatment table.

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