Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(19) 10 Goals 35 (60)
(13) 9 Assists 35 (46)
(6.4) 6.5 Average Ratings 6.9 (6.7)
28.8 Average Age 30.7
184.1 Average Height (cm) 181.9
(0.7) 0.7 Shots pg 1 (0.9)
(47%) 51% Aerial Duel Success 53% (52%)
(0.6) 0.6 Dribbles pg 0.7 (0.8)
(1.4) 1.3 Tackles pg 0.9 (1.2)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Sheff Utd
West Ham
Player Reason Status Rating
Jack O'Connell Out 6.36
John Egan Doubtful 6.58
Lys Mousset Doubtful 5.94
John Fleck Doubtful 6.51
Enda Stevens Doubtful 6.39
Rhian Brewster Doubtful 6.17
Player Reason Status Rating
Andrii Yarmolenko Out 6.21
Angelo Ogbonna Doubtful 6.73
Michail Antonio Doubtful 7.17
Mark Noble Doubtful 6.17

Team News

Sheff Utd
West Ham
  • Enda Stevens missed the international break with Ireland through injury but could be back in contention, along with compatriot John Egan, who suffered a head injury over a week ago so should be safe to play.
  • Rhian Brewster complained of muscle tightness of England U21 duty and is a doubt for the Blades, though Ethan Ampadu is back available having been ineligible to face parent club Chelsea prior to the break.
  • Sheffield United are waiting to find out whether Sander Berge can play after being caught up in a COVID-19 storm with Norway earlier in the week.
  • John Fleck and Lys Mousset returned to full training during the international break to boost Chris Wilder's options ahead of the weekend.
  • Andriy Yarmolenko tested for COVID-19 during the international break and is ruled out here. Other than that, West Ham could have a full squad to pick from with Angelo Ogbonna, Mark Noble and Michail Antonio on course to recover in time.
  • Said Benrahma is still waiting for his first West Ham start and is pushing Pablo Fornals all the way for a spot on the left.


  • Chris Wilder will hope that his players can return to action rejuvenated in both mind and body after a dismal start to the season and an uncharacteristically meek performance against Chelsea last time out.
  • West Ham have made a stronger start than expected by comparison and any fears of a relegation battle already seem ill-founded as they continue a decent run of fixtures in a comfortable footing in the table.
  • It's been a case of second season syndrome for Sheffield United, whose playing style has been somewhat found out and is currently leaving them short of creativity and therefore goals, so it's difficult to see an improvement against a now established West Ham side.

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