SOU vs SHF Fantasy Prediction: Bottom of the table Sheffield United fast taking on shape as certain relegation contenders.
Chris Wilder can indulge in all the hue and cry he wants but even the Sheffield United manager will know that things will continue to remain hanky panky for him until he doesn’t get his house in order. Directing blame on external facets will do little to help his side’s plight with Sheffield United further sinking with each passing gameweek.
On a five game losing spree, Sheffield United find themselves as the only club in the 2020-21 season of the Premier League to yet record a win in the competition. The side is nosediving in form with every defeat as it manages to hit a new low every time it takes to the middle.
In bottom spot in the league, Sheffield United look ascertained to finish in that slot as things are going for them. Where the goals have as ever been difficult for them to come about, the side’s defensive resillinace has unravelled to see the side emerge as an appalling setup this term.
A Southampton side with wind in its sails will have little qualms in registering the three points today.
The visiting team’s Jack is currently ruled out with an injury.
Probable Playing XI
McCarthy, Walker-Peters, Bednarek, Vestergaard, Bertrand, Armstrong, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Djenepo, Adams, Ings.
Ramsdale, Basham, Egan, Bryan, Baldock, Lundstram, Berge, Fleck, Lowe, McBurnie, Burke.
Ings: 6 Goals.
David: 2 Goals.
SOU vs SHF Fantasy Prediction
If there’s one player who has managed to remain clear of any kind of blame at the club, its Aaron Ramsdale. He’s taken to the side like a fish takes to water, a player who is filling his shoes with saves this season.
They have failed to pull off cleansheets despite their terrific form this season but Southampton should finally manage to iron out that area as well come today. The club is taking on a club which has a sorry five goals to show for its abysmal brand of attacking football.
Without a goal in three of their last matches, the visitors will be left dry in that column today as well. It’s a narrative which sees us opt for three goal man Jannik Vestergaard, Jan Bednarek who has the one goal and Kyle Walker-Peters who pulled off an assist against Brighton.
In the form of his life at the moment, Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse is tearing the league up this term. He’s already pulled off four goals and three assists, a player whose pinch perfect crossing and passing is helping guide the side to consummate success.
Stuart Armstrong will be his partner while the one goal and assist for Sander Berge see him as ever be our customary pick from the visiting team. The versatile John Lundstram is as ever making his presence felt all across the park to see him close out the set of picks from the side.
After helping himself to his first goal of the season, Oliver McBurnie was finally rewarded for his assiduous efforts up the park.
Southampton saw Danny Ings score on his return from injury as his penalty helped the club to a 2-1 win. Che Adams who did well in his absence with the three goals and three assist will be his partner for the event.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Ings’ six goals will see him be our captain while James is the vice-captain.
Aaron, Jannik, Jan, Kyle, James, Sander, John, Stuart, Ings, Adams, Oliver.
Note: For Updated teams after the lineup announcement, join The SportsRush Premium on our mobile app.
Fantasy Team Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.