Sheffield United welcome a break from a difficult league campaign with an FA Cup fixture against League One Plymouth on Saturday.
Bramall Lane plays host to the fourth round tie, which kicks off at 3pm.
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Chris Wilder’s men have been struggling to find form this season. They sit rock bottom of the Premier League with just five points from 19 games. The Blades have picked up just one league win all season.
That victory came against Newcastle earlier this month. And that win followed the club’s FA Cup third round win over Bristol Rovers. Oliver Burke and Jayden Bogle were among the goals in a rare victory for Wilder’s side.
Plymouth meanwhile sit 11th in League One. They have 30 points from their 23 matches. Ryan Lowe’s men also played out a five-goal thriller in their last FA Cup fixture.
The Pilgrims caused a shock when they beat former Premier League Huddersfield 3-2. Ryan Hardie, Panutche Camara and Joe Edwards got the goals at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Sheffield United go into the game with two wins from their last five, with Plymouth boasting three wins from their previous five.
But despite current form, it is unsurprisingly the top-flight side who are favourites to progress.
The Blades can be backed at 4/9 to win the game. Their opponents are currently available at 8/1 to come out on top.
A draw has been given odds of 17/4.
It’s certainly an important stage of the season for Wilder’s outfit. They face tricky fixtures against both Manchester sides in the league later this month, and so a cup run may be the only saving grace for the club.
The Blades have, however, found goals extremely hard to come by in recent months. They are the joint lowest scorers in the division, joining Burnley with just ten goals scored.
Strikers Lys Mousset, Oli McBurnie and Rhian Brewster will, therefore, all be keen to impress in front of goal. The trio can be backed at 4/1 to open the scoring.
Veteran striker Billy Sharp meanwhile has been given odds of 17/4.
But it is Plymouth who could be finding the net more often. Luke Jephcott is the joint-highest scorer in League One this season with 13 goals. He is 8/1 to score the first goal of the game.