The Blades are still looking for Europe but need a win after losing to Leicester City last time. Everton are winless in four games and are now fighting with Southampton to finish 11th in the table.
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60 ‘- Sheffield United 0-1 EvertonThe two best shots of the match. Richarlison plays Calvert-Lewin and he shoots early on his left foot, but between a deflection on the shot and good reactions from Henderson, he stays back.
At the other end, Berge descends on the right side and his low center is intended for McBurnie, but Keane just beats him with the ball and releases.
56 ‘- Sheffield United 0-1 EvertonKeane half-crosses a center and rebounds into a danger zone, but Pickford leaps before it can give United a clear chance.
Enda Stevens almost has a chance to equalize immediately, but after a good initial check he’s closed as he tries to shoot. A cutback then finds McGoldrick, but he is also blocked while getting his shot.
42 ‘- Sheffield United 0-0 EvertonBasham ties a cross to the back post and Pickford claws it as if he senses it is heading for the top corner. At the other end, Richarlison wins a corner – the second ball is suspended towards the far post but Calvert-Lewin can only move against the post for four yards.
Gomes fouls McGoldrick with one arm across the striker. Free kick on the local side, charged down and released at the center line. Summarizes half so far.
It’s very slow, very disjointed. A bit of the end of the season, you might say.
But the Blades have a huge incentive to step it up – they can’t count on the seventh being good enough if they want Europe.
28 ‘- Sheffield United 0-0 EvertonRicharlison takes another smack, this time to the head in an aerial challenge. Again Berge, again nothing intentional. No shooting on target tonight.
Calvert-Lewin tries to make a deep pass to the chest, but he bounces off Henderson. Drink break time.
McGoldrick and Stevens with the main men trying to get the home team moving, but so far it’s been a bit slow and predictable on Wilder’s side.
Everton is just starting to play a little more in the half of Sheffield United, spreading the game across the canals and looking to build in the back when possible.
There’s a lot of talk tonight about being a Guardians of Britain battle. Nick Pope may have something to say about this. Neither has had to do too much yet.
Tom Davies wraps up the early stages by winning a tackle in his own box, returning it to United five seconds later, and then winning another challenge to earn a goal kick. All a bit disjointed for now.
An equal start, with the two teams quick in the challenge and just as quick to give up possession.
Richarlison down with a foot injury in the first minute or two. He has just been caught by Berge during a tackle but it should be fine.
How can I watch it online and on TV?
The match will be streamed live on Amazon Prime Video and streamed live on Twitch.
Sheffield United will likely be without Leon Clarke and Luke Freeman, but otherwise their health is impeccable.
Everton will be without long-term absentees Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Fabian Delph, but Mason Holgate could return. Yerry Mina remains a doubt.