Will Blades be Out Foxed?

Last updated : 18 March 2011 By @blades_mad1889

Our last game was in Worthington Cup of course where they faced Sunderland at Bramall Lane, United booked there place in round five with a 2-0 victory. Shaun Murphy scored first goal from a Jagielka cross and Wayne 'The Chief' Allison headed home second.

Sheffield United's Wayne Allison (foreground) celebrates his goal against visitors Sunderland with teammate Michael Tonge, during their Worthington Cup 4th Round match at Bramall Lane Ground, Sheffield.

Blades strikers Dean Windass and Steve Kabba both missed the Cup Clash as they where cup tied so both players will be straight into Saturdays team while being 100% match fit.

As far as we know there were no injuries from the Sunderland game, nor was their any from the Palace game. It is expected that Allison and Carl Asaba will both start on the bench.

Likely Line-Up: Paddy Kenny, Phil Jagielka, Shaun Murphy, Robert Page, Jon Harley, Peter Ndlovu, Stuart McCall, Michael Brown, Michael Tonge, Dean Windass, Steve Kabba.

Foxes last game was last Saturday were it ended 2-1 against

Leicester City's Brian Deane celebrates after scoring the winning goal as they beat Coventry City 2-1, during their Nationwide Division One game at Walkers Stadium, Leicester.

Grimsby Town at Blundell Park. James Scowcroft made it 1-0 to City after only two minutes but John Oster equalised on 54 minutes. Turkish International Muzzy Izzett scored the winner with a fantastic over kick from 15 yards out.

Nicky Adams only injury worries is that of Darren Eadie and Matthew Jones, both have been out since beginning of the season. However ex-Blades striker Brian Deane is suspended after receiving a red card after a bad challenge on Dennis Wise the other week.

The Blues star player, Muzzy Izzett is expected to star as is weaks Alan 'The Tank' Rodgers and ex-Blade target Trevor Benjamin.

Likely Line-Up: Ian Walker, Frank Sinclair, Matt Elliott (c), Gerry Taggart, Alan Rogers, Billy McKinlay, Muzzy Izzet, Callum Davidson, Trevor Benjamin, James Scowcroft, Paul Dickov,

Prediction: This game is going to be really tough away from home, but United have two very good strikers who can finish and I would be truly happy with a draw.