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SHEFFIELD UNITED face Man Utd at Bramall Lane tonight looking for their first Premier League win of the campaign.

Dean Henderson starts against the side he impressed for on loan last season, while Edinson Cavani is replaced by Anthony Martial.

  • Kick-off time: 8pm GMT
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  • Sheffield United XI: Ramsdale, Baldock, Basham, Egan, Robinson, Stevens, Ampadu, Berge, Fleck, McGoldrick, Burke.
  • Man Utd XI: Henderson, Lindelof, Maguire, Wan-Bissaka, Telles, Pogba, Matic, Bruno Fernandes, Greenwood, Rashford, Martial.
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Follow the latest build-up and action with our live blog below…

  • Giacomo Pisa

    ALL SMILES

    Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is all smiles as his team look to make it six away wins from six in the Premier League.

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    HEAD TO HEAD

    The two sides haven't played each other very often in recent history, but you have to go all the way back to 1992 for the last Sheffield United victory over this evening's visitors.

     

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    BACK AT BRAMALL LANE

    Dean Henderson is making only his second Premier League start for Manchester United, doing so against former side Sheffield United.

    He kept 20 clean sheets in 41 league games at Bramall Lane for the Blades, conceding just 29 goals.

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    STAGE IS SET

    Bramall Lane is ready to host tonight's clash between Sheffield United and Manchester United.

    The home side are desperate for a win, but the Red Devils are yet to drop points away from home this campaign.

    Kick off is coming up in just over 45 minutes time!

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    MAN UNITED DUGOUT

    And these are the options off the bench for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    17 Fred, 34 Donny van de Beek, 23 Luke Shaw, 1 David de Gea, 21 Daniel James, 39 Scott McTominay, 8 Juan Mata

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    SHEFFIELD UNITED SUBS

    Chris Wilder has these names available to him off the bench.

    10 Billy Sharp, 24 Rhian Brewster, 16 Oliver Norwood, 23 Ben Osborn, 11 Lys Mousset, 15 Phil Jagielka, 21 Michael Verrips

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    MANCHESTER UNITED STARTING XI

    This is how the visitors line up.

    Dean Henderson plays in goal on his return to Bramall Lane, and Paul Pogba keep his placing in the starting side.

    26 Dean Henderson, 27 Alex Telles, 5 Harry Maguire (c), 2 Victor Lindelöf, 29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 9 Anthony Martial, 6 Paul Pogba, 18 Bruno Fernandes, 31 Nemanja Matic, 11 Mason Greenwood, 10 Marcus Rashford

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    SHEFFIELD UNITED STARTING XI

    Three changes for the Blades from the Southampton game.

    Robinson, Burke and McGoldrick are in from the start for the home side.

    1 Aaron Ramsdale, 19 Jack Robinson, 6 Chris Basham, 12 John Egan (c), 3 Enda Stevens, 2 George Baldock, 8 Sander Berge, 22 Ethan Ampadu, 4 John Fleck, 14 Oliver Burke, 17 David McGoldrick

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    FORM GUIDE

    A look at the form guide ahead of tonight's clash.

    Look away now Sheffield United fans.

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    FANTASTIC FERNANDES

    Man Utd’s Bruno Fernandes has either scored or assisted in 11 of his 12 Premier League away games, scoring 11 goals and assisting six in just 985 minutes of action.

    Fernandes has been involved in a goal every 58 minutes in away Premier League games, the best ratio of any player with at least 500 away minutes played.

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    TEAM NEWS APPROACHING

    Team news for this evening's clash is coming up in just over ten minutes time.

    Will Paul Pogba be starting for Manchester United, and will Oli McBurnie be leading the line for the Blades.

    We'll find out at 7pm.

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    COMEBACK KINGS

    Manchester United have won all five of their Premier League away matches this season, despite conceding the first goal each time.

    No side has ever won six away games after conceding first in a single Premier League season.

    Red Devils fans will be hoping it doesn't have to come to that this evening.

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    BLEAK FOR THE BLADES

    And this is how the table shapes up for Sheffield United.

    It doesn't look great, with the Blades registering just one point so far this campaign.

    That was a 1-1 draw with Fulham in October.

     

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    AS IT STANDS

    Here's a look at the Premier League table from a Manchester United point of view.

    A win tonight for the Red Devils would see them go just two points off second place Tottenham, with a game in hand.

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    LAST TIME OUT

    The two sides played out a 3-3 thriller the last time they met at Bramall Lane.

    Sheffield United went two goals up, with Man United pulling back and going 3-2 up, before Oli McBurnie scored a 90th minute equaliser for the Blades.

    Here's a look at United's third goal that day, scored by Marcus Rashford.

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    BLADES IN TOWN

    The Sheffield United players arrive at Bramall Lane ahead of tonight's clash.

    The Blades are still searching for their first win of the campaign.

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    TEN IN A ROW?

    Victory for Manchester United will see them become only the fourth side in top-flight history to win 10 away league games in a row, after Spurs (10 between April & October 1960), Chelsea (11 between April & December 2008) and Man City (11 between May & December 2017).

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    GOOD EVENING

    Welcome to our live blog of Sheffield United against Manchester United in the Premier League. 

    The Red Devils travel to South Yorkshire looking to maintain their 100 per cent away league record, with five wins from five away games this Premier League season. 

    Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side have won just the once at Old Trafford so far this campaign, with fifteen out of their twenty points coming on their travels. 

    Sheffield United meanwhile are desperate for a victory, having not won a league game yet this term. 

    With the Blades’ only point of the season so far coming at home to Fulham, Chris Wilder already finds his side eight points adrift of safety at the bottom of the table. 

    No team in Premier League history has made a worse start to the season than the one the Blades have made this term. 

    Despite a relatively turbulent start to the campaign, Man United find themselves eight points off the top of the table, with two games in hand. 

    Wins in both of those games would take the Red Devils to second in the table.

    In team news, Edison Cavani may return for Manchester United after missing the derby draw with Man City on Sunday. 

    Oli McBurnie is a doubt for the Blades after injuring his shoulder against Southampton last time out. 

    Kick off is at 8pm and team news will follow shortly. 

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