Preston North end vs Sheffield United
After a 1-1 entertaining draw with Birmingham City last weekend, Preston will be looking to keep their playoffs hopes alive today when they will be hosting Sheffield United in a highly-anticipated and excited Championship match. The Lilywhites have been in a fine form in the recent past, but the midweek clash will be anything but a walk in the park for the home football team. Key players such as Isaiah Brown and Josh Murphy are out of contention with injuries and they will not take any part in this game while Joshua Earl and Ryan Ledson are rated doubtful for the encounter.
The Blades are aiming to bounce back from a 2-0 defeat to Derby County, and seeing that both football clubs are eager to return to winning way tonight in the Championship, we are tempted to put our Stake on both teams to score as ideal bet. O’Connell, Gibbs-White, and John Fleck are out of contention with injuries and they will not play for the visiting football team.
PREDICTIONS both teams to score
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