SHF Vs LEI Fantasy Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Sheffield United’s form sees them emerge as clear relegation contenders this season.
No one even remembers the period when Sheffield United were torching their way up the points tally to emerge as one of the most progressive outfits in Europe. The period of just four months has had a telling impact on the club’s destiny with the side losing all its aura to see a complete twist in its form.
Where they were winning matches on the spin last season, Sheffield United just can’t buy a win this season. The only club to yet win a match this term, Sheffield United are now on a five match losing spree, a run which has seen them make bottom spot their home in the league.
Their appalling form has prompted manager Chris Wilder to make his aspirations clear this season. He’s said that the club is aiming for only 17th spot this term with him going onto add that staving relegation would be the biggest achievement of his career.
SHF Vs LEI Fantasy Probable Winner
Having gone on a wayward spiral themselves with two defeats on the bounce, for Leicester City, this is the ideal fixture to put the brakes on their abysmal form. And they should manage to wrench out of their impasse today with Sheffield United’s howler of a defence allowing Leicester City to rake up the three points.
Probable Playing 11
- Jack is sidelined with an injury at the moment.
- Leicester City’s Daniel fails to recover from his injury in time for the fixture.
Ramsdale, Basham, Egan, Bryan, Baldock, Berge, Norwood, Fleck, Lowe, McBurnie, Burke
Schmeichel, Fofana, Evans, Fuchs, Justin, Tielemans, Mendy, Barnes, Maddison, Praet, Vardy
Premier League 2020-21
Match: Sheffield United Vs Leicester City
Date And Time: 6th December, Sunday- 7:45pm IST
Venue: Bramall Lane, Sheffield
Television: Star Sports Select 2/HD, Disney+ Hotstar
Top Goal Scorer
- David: 2 Goals
- Vardy: 8 Goals, 2 Assists
Aaron Ramsdale is enduring an abject time in his career. After being relegated with Bournemouth last season, he’s now back in the similar situation with his new employers.
However, its by no means down to him with the goal-keeper emerging as the only ray of daylight in an otherwise jittery defensive setup.
Fullback George Baldock has offered him unbridled support with the player emulating his defensive solidarity this time around as well. Leicester City on the other hand will be represented by an entire trivalent of selection with Sheffield United being extremely frugal in attack.
The hosts have scored on a measly four occasions, the least by any side this term. It’s a side Leicester City can easily clobber and refrain from scoring to see Jonny Evans, James Justin and Wesley Fofana be ingrained in our team.
Despite only coming on as a substitute the last time around, Harvey Barnes still managed to prove his worth with his side’s only goal on the day. The duo of Youri Tielemans and James Maddison are being reigned into our framework as well, two players who are capable of intertwining their expansive skill set and rifling their way the goals and assists.
Sander Berge’s goal and assist see him once again represent us from the home team.
Apart from scoring the last time around, Oliver McBurnie did everything within his repertoire to try and restore parity for his side against West Brom. Jamie Vardy’s assist against Fulham sees the Leicester City striker be retained by us.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Jamie’s 8 goals see him captain our side with Justin our vice-captain for today.
Ramsdale, Justin, Fofana, Baldock, Evans, Youri, Harvey, James, Sander, Jamie, Oliver
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