Match Preview: Sheffield United v Luton Town

Last updated : 31 October 2005 By @blades_mad1889

The game with the Bluebirds finished 0-0, the visitors created very little chances but it was United who could have won the game with the keeper holding out Nick Montgomery's point blank shot.

Neil Warnock's only injury concern for this match is that of right-back Robert Kozluk, the former Poland U-21 international started the game against City but was substituted 8 minutes into the second half after his hamstring problem flared up again.

The only player who has represented both sides is that of eight goal striker Steven Kabba. Whilst at Crystal Palace he joined the Hatters on loan during April in 2001, he made only three substitute appearances for the club.

Possible Blades Line-Up: Paddy Kenny, Derek Geary, Leigh Bromby, Chris Morgan, David Unsworth, Paul Ifill, Phil Jagielka, Nick Montgomery, Alan Quinn, Neil Shipperley, Steven Kabba.

One-to-Watch: Ahmet Brkovic.
The Hatters go into this game on back of a 1-0 defeat after Dale Adebola handed Coventry City a 47th minute lead at the Ricoh Arena.

Kenilworth Road boss Mike Newell will be without Paul Underwood and Sol Davies for the trip to Bramall Lane this Tuesday night.

Underwood, the former Rushden man is struggling with an hamstring injury whilst full-back Davies has recently been for a scan on his knee and is not quite clear yet how long he will be out.

Meanwhile ex-Chelsea Defender Kevin Nicholls returned to the side that lost to the Sky Blues after recovering from a slight knock but Steve Robinson is a doubt after having problems with fitness during training.

Possible Hatters Line-Up: Marlon Beresford, Chris Coyne, Kevin Nicholls, Markus Heikkinen, Kevin Foley, Ahmet Brkovic, Dean Morgan, Peter Holmes, Carlos Edwards, Steven Howard, Warren Feeney.

:: Championship Fixtures ::

01.11.2005: Brighton & Hove Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers, Burnley v Millwall, Crewe Alexandra v Leeds United, Norwich City v Cardiff City, Plymouth Argyle v Leicester City, Preston North End v Hull City, Reading v Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United v Luton Town, Watford v Queens Park Rangers.

02.11.2005: Coventry City v Stoke City, Derby County v Ipswich Town, Southampton v Crystal Palace.