Sheffield United vs Preston North End: Latest team news, Is there a live stream? What time is kick-off?

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Sheffield United and Preston North End are set to face-off today in the Championship with both sides looking to push on in the Championship under the guidance of their respective managers.

The Blades ought to be brimming with confidence heading into this fixture after securing a superb 6-2 victory over Peterborough United last weekend.

Meanwhile, Preston will be determined to produce another promising performance away from home after recently claiming a point on their travels in their showdown with Bristol City.

Whereas a win for United will see them leapfrog the Lilywhites in the league standings, Frankie McAvoy’s side could close the gap between them and the top-six with a victory at Bramall Lane.

Here, we take a look at the latest team news for the fixture, where you will be able to stream the game and when the match is set to kick-off.

Team News

Sheffield United duo Robin Olsen and Sander Berge are both doubts for this clash.

Whereas Olsen missed the club’s meeting with Peterborough due to the fact that he was forced to quarantine after arriving in England, Berge recently tested positive for Covid after meeting up with his Norway team-mates during the international break.

Meanwhile, David McGoldrick, Lys Mousset and Enda Stevens will all be forced to watch on from the sidelines due to their respective injury issues.

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As for Preston, Ched Evans and Matthew Olosunde are both set to miss out tonight as a result of their injuries.

Whilst Evans could be in line to make his return to action this weekend, Olosunde has only just stepped up his recovery from an issue with his Achilles.

Meanwhile, Preston winger Scott Sinclair is doubtful for this fixture due to illness.

Where can you stream the game?

If you cannot make the trip to Bramall Lane today, there are several ways of watching the match from home.

Sheffield United supporters can stream the game on for £10 whilst Preston fans can pay the same fee to watch the clash on the club’s iFollow service.

The game is also available on the Red Button on Sky Sports if you have a subscription.

What time does the game kick-off?

Tonight’s game is set to kick-off at 19:45.

It could turn out to be an enthralling clash under the lights in Sheffield if both sides show a willingness to attack this evening.

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